Claremore Progress. And Rogers County Democrat (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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Cl jA R EM ofiE PK OUR twas
AND ROGERS COUNTY lUUO.
CLAREMORE. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY,VebR[Mrv m
|p mm m m mmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmmmmmu
I SAUNDERS STORE
Will continue rheir sale all next week
: on Embroideries and White Goods,
r also continue their sale on Ladies' and
j Children's Shoes.
' n The Special reduced prices on Skirts. Coats and
Dresses should appeal strongly to the interested buyer
see our stock in our new Store, we will save you money.'
mi winter millinery ai fieiow cost.!
the advanced styles in New Sprine Mlllinerv =
New Dress Goods, New Ginghams. :
BOOSI>.R MKKTING A SI'CCESS
Wh'ch had «**" -ive,.
tUedf* Fnd.y night. f„r the purpo,e
of Betting more en-husiasm in the Wolk
of he Commercial Club. .. |at(fe,y
of it. il- J """ lhe U'*«"<• meeting
U h ki?d.tver held in Claremore
m.rTT " °Ur ^°p,e "re
interested in the building 0f . city.
t.\\ u ''!'H<'"Ck' of the He
tail Merchant. Association. called the
imo ting to orJer, stated the purp,,*. „f
the call, and introduce < Mr Geo i
Dunn. a practical Commercial Clul,
man, who ha. devoted the greater par.
of the past tin year* to the active
management of commercial bodies
Mr. Dunn made a .plendid talk to
those present, outlining hi. views of
the beat methods to pursue to get
everybody interested, and a more busi-
ne.s like adm.nlstratlon of the affairs
or our commercial body.
Air Dunn gave an excellent address
on the needs of a live commercial b.alv
ami the natural advantages of Clare-
more and Rogers county, wljjch. if
«h"wn io the world would make our
city and county one of the b.-.t in the
Several of our citizens were called
upon and gave their views of the
proper methods to pursue in „nt r to
jet * thorough organisation of the
bus,ness interests into a Commercial
Club that would be in a position to do
aomelh.ng in the future for Claremore.
It WflM siitrcvitui.. I U.. ti t.
SriLL AT WORK
Robb^s are .till.t work in our little
in *", ^ hav,n* "«• trouble
urrell s Grocery were entered Sat
roiu", Tjleved th?tlhe -"-P-rties;
the ti,^ """" °f bu8in'M
bt thieves went .bout their work
m the same way .t both p|aces. I, I
thi 1 T re*r window *>i the route '
through which the thieve, traveled in
ab£tM*M , At
the B C""h w" tsken while at
No .J the ■nMMJnt 15.90.
register at thtt tim, Thi h
ter. seem to have h.«.„ ,
The attorneys for John W u.ch
"W ""it in the district
court to try the right, of j£ W
'•ea< h and J. W Hunter to the office i
of city marshal in Claremore; l«aeh'a
attorneys also a*ed for an injuncu" „
any .Vir.a'n ^ Hunter
Yours tor Square Dealing We give you your monys' worth
£: yul yaiu *V Wi w^iupiUiJllUtt UU. 3
WMMWMWWWWWW WW WW WUMM W WUlllJi
The members of the Retail Merchants
Mrs. Flavius Barrett, mother of John
meeting Tuesday I c
'i>v. Vi uunn
uesnay j — Barrett of our city died Sunday
"Good morning at the home of her daughter
,> nti.U ifi Kurt ana Pifu tk «<>•<■„ _ m j ...
The Hall & Gilkeson Drug Company
nd organ i*ea what they call a
in<, A i omp'inv
Incorporated the latest business firm
Kansas City, the cause of death be
- — the ohj -ct of the club ' -
being to all get together on the propo- '"K typholH pneumonia.
aition of giving premiums to their cus-1 Thi remaina were brought to Vinita
tomera. Arrangements were completed ! *or burial which took place Monday
(OP th* latln^hinrr nf «,.... i . • i u#larn/>rv. M D .. J
" "nure 'or Ua re more.
i h r'" by r- Dunn that.' . "V paying Hunter
the Comm.Tcial Club be incorporated I y "Ury M c>tir marshal un'il the
I f"r with shares at *£,. the I decided; the mju 'c.ion
| Stock to be Paul for jn flve years at ! J*-"" . K^n,e^ I.each ha. .^ored
t the rate of *10 yer year, paymenta h"t ftrrt Po>nt in the now famous case
\ 7.7,ZZ1.,,y- --kin« <2-5°: The JNJUNCTION ST,CKS.
; mA was made and carried that «K in U^up'Tw^mU"6 h""
Mr. Dunn be employed for one month attorneys f„r the rifv ■ * "
: £r; "r A.,..w. Zrr.:°<1
[ de..riug to members of the -rday. diaaoiv^j -S '
new orgamz ition. Judee m n «
A committee of live was appointed made the tem^ |Wl't'°n
, by the chair to meet with Mr. Dunn order permanent ^ re,tr«'n'"ir
Our Business is
Furnfsnino (tie Home
are prepared to otter you tbe
Greatest Values Ever Presented
°°™e„and look over our com-
plete line and get prices
We sell the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet
and Free Sewing Machine
Rv'lic..^ <*viv v« ii• jficiCU ae «
for the launching of a contest in which I afternoon. Mrs. Barrett was one of
'the oldust citizen, of the Cherokee
- ™.. inauu. i lie secomi pr 1 kT"*' '—* ' '
will be something like $liw in tra le «
be divided among the different mem
ber. of the club.
Full details of the plan will b« an-
nounced in a fe* days, and a complete
list of the prizes made known
r .„ ,„c ousin
to enter the field in Claremore.
r. Hall, who was formerly a mem- *«n fsign.
•WhL'i* firl" °f Hm" 4 has , The committee of five appointed at
decided to re-enter business in our ejly 'a«t fr.day nignfs ma=s meeting to
*1"' b cHJnto the same busineaa f"rrnuUte w«rki,.g plans for increasing
and firm which he quit a few month. the ^mbership of the t laremoreCom
K lhe hrm hus taken out incorpor- merc, J ^ub and arousing a new inter.
n* o .a --.J e t towaH.MiUA ...u.:." , .
— t "i a vuiursi in wriicn : .ur
they propose to give away .. first prize I the oldest citi „ . . ,
a handsome piano. The stcond prize Nation but has made her home in airo tL^; l. qU,11 * fe""n""ths the mtm^rbhipof the < laremoreCom-
will be something like lion ist. to Kansas Citv with her daughter for the I at ion oat« r "" i"8 °Ut ,,1,;orPor- m**nal C'",J and arousing a new inter-
e.n- P"^t several years. been *"? ^ "ew caP't«l has j esl to*«rd active publicity of the city
J John Barrett attended the funeral Messrs HaM anH r il ^"'"e^ but ■ d met in the offices of 1W-
at Vinita Mondav ! he ael.le . Wi" C°r,inue r \ *,°nd"y •f'-rnoon.
i . u ,, | tie active management of th< business To P,ace the membership within I
t . C" He,bert transacted business in I J"®' ■" thc>' did U-f, re Mr. Hall sold re«ch of everyone interested in I
1 ulsa Tuesday. j out his interests to Mr. Gilkeson. advancement of the city, and to *
j — young men have a host of frw„,u everybody a Voice in its innnui>uin.
— . mai 31141
M Tvter"rfWi,,nCt tetried ""til the
PUNS PERFECTED. Unf. K.^ *'ter both COI,te -
to the offi r ret,rtd from their claim
Commercial Cluk Coamiit,, ,D<| (>.(■ will beheld y " neW elt'c4k>n which
line PI... lor Mrmhrrihip t sm.".n I when . " T of Auril,
The^committee of five appointed at ( « .erm of Two y^rs' ^ fur
NOTKf TO TAX PAVERS
- pretty home wedding was «>l.' ti. , LATEST JOKE.
emnized at high noon Saturday at the ' tPIU C *te,t ^°ke of the «eaaon (and a
l home of Mr. and Mra. K F. Johnaton iinent07!hWa*the0neUl"Vedon" urom
■n this city, when Mr. Henry O Jones I T f raert'h nt ot «r city.
m"yJ°to^ l^C. F^;°ReT a"
r. .1-™-... aii.1 aJi
h™ > ■ -it ot cloth-
"If I he genial merchant thinking he
"" f°inK t" make a aate to .
Z Z" ^ P*rt'cuUr P-i"« to get
the proper fit and several .uits were
tried on the bov before either the
mwchant or Udy were Mti.fied. Fin-
tned "hi^ Proved to be
• remarkably good fit and the merchant,
the boy and the lady seemed pleaaed.
The lady then aaked the merchan* if
m 'u!1 Wi* for • three or four year
old child. When .he wa. informed that
't wa. supposed to fit a three year old
ah> heaved a sigh of relief and aaid .hi
would trouble the merchant no longer.
obe astH fku .l. i l . . .•
• i • ro/" nev. A.
n ,1-!°!; f'Hatur ot the BaPt'st church
n this Hty performed the eeremon,.
rin* ceremony being uaei.
lhe bride was handsomely gowned in
a tan traveling dress with hat and
gloves to match.
Immediately fter the ceremony wa.
perform* the Uric, p.rty repaid to
the Sequoyh HoUl where a ,p|e„did
"e(**"g d""ier was .erved by Mr. and
Mra. E. D. Myers.
Mr. Jones is a prominent young law-
yer of Americua. Georgia, and Mias
r oye has been engaged during the pa.t
year a* a teacher in the Univeraity
School of this city, where she has made
ft hnst fci..n.i.. T• >
Soul Kiss Soul Kias
Perfume Toilet Water
Hot House Violet Toilet Water
Imperial Complexion Face Powder
Janice Complexion Face Powder
Parma Wood Violet Cold Cream
Rose Perfumed Cold Cream
Divine Violet Toilet Soap
Amorilas Toilet Soap
and many others of the most
SELECT TOILET NECESSITIES
The price is within the reach of all.
McCl ure's Drug: Store
Tla wr- (iiikeaon. ——01 me city, and to irive
These young men have a host of friend* everybody a Voice in us management
in h ^ ^ u*Ve thP co, fitfe"ee of nd ff 'rs. it was decided to sell indi-1
all who know them, and will no doubt v,du«' "iber.hips at fifty ($501 dol- i
coi.tinue to enjoy the trade which ha. ! ,a« payanle in flvt annual'
V. VJ ,
, it ^
to Memphis and Naahville, Tennewee i She "nd ^r huaband had
- ... r„r„ |afler which they will be at home at I to T U,t th"1 t^ we« going
Notice is hereby given that all delin-1 A!"er,CU8- Georgia kLw^K I!" 4 Roebock- but did
quent sewer tax will h- reafter be .ub-I following gueata attended the three or f l° order one ' ra
We now have in our house
one of the best lines of
Ever shown in Rogers County. Everyone
of them is worto the money we are ask-
ing for them. If you are in the market
see us before purchasing as we know we
can please you in style as well as price.
coi.tinue to enjoy the
always been theirs.
I Cord Hall ha. been in the drug huai-
^n"ilere.U? ma"y 8nd hi* friends
will be glad to learn that he ha. decided
homotUr" t0 C1'rtm,,re to make his
THE KOYAL NEIGHBORS OF
...... 7 * ' ,cK"i r session
•'id had an interestinir meetinjr; two
|*W candidate, were taken through
the initiatory work. al«> one transfer
member and two cards ballotted on
favorably. The camp had quite a .ur-
priae and a pleasure in having with
L' Arka'""" State Deputy.
Neighbor I-..u„e Mumford; .he occupied
the Oracles' chair and presided at the
meeting and did credit to the urd.r in
Lh. ?"UKifUJ thur°UBh mnnn"' >
Which she delivered her work. The
eamp w,H be fortunate enough to keep
Neighbor Mumford with them at ev-
* meeting, now, also the district
deputy for thi. district. Neighbor
Ramsey, so those who fail to attend
theae meeting, will mis. much good
srrs #fiern°°" -t
-.90 all Neighbor, are reque.ted to be
prenent at an adjourned meeting. All
member, living in Claremore and pay
inff Hum in a ' •
, 1(1 nvt .
installmants of ten ($i0> dollars, ihia
la-ter turn will be called in quarterly
payment, of two (*2.30) dollars and V
fifty cenu each, and inatead of issuing 1 £*
share, of stock a. first intended, cou- V
'K,n< 7" nd be called in a.
due. It is proposed to operate under
1 he present charter of the Commercial
Club, but, as soon as H auft.cient nun
K. U. Bayleia. ; ™,reu tbe frankness of the
I Jhen«v*r even got mad.
° NEW SPRING GOODS
will r Q TT TTA11 i
..K„ 19 ui.-jniseu or a
meeting will be called, at whfch time
all present officer, will resign and an
entirely new directorate will be voted
on. It is further propoae^ to elect all
By this plan it i. to insure .efficient
fundi for maintenance and an element
of |"erman«nCy. To provide a fund
for advertising purp.iaea. eliciting,
conventions, interesting manufactur-1
ing coneern., etc . and also with whi. h '
to o(wn and equip suitable offices and
qua-tors it is proposed to crea e within
the Commercial Hub an "IncLustrjil
and Publicity Bureau" t« wh.eh the
member, will be anie^l to make annual
.ub.cri.ptwn. eonsi.tant with ,h..ir
buamea. aiKl their expected benefit.
f7VL h* exPlo,t*tion of the reaource.
of the city and county.
There i, no question but what thia
plan will mwi with univeraal approval
un.l thit (Km . .
Jtt will pay you to visit our store and see
daily. neW g°°d3 whioh we are receiving
ng due. in other town., .re requited ,h ^ u",ver.al approval
to drop a card with your street number tZltnth C0",rnlt,w K'ving their
to Jennie Uam^y, Claremore, Okla- J™ , ' "k W°rk °\ orK«> «tion will
boma. and .he will call on you. 11 h *nd co-opera-
member the dat^'saturliay, Feb^'l" ' Clarei"or?'i PMbiictty and .dvertiz.
Monday *v,wwl bo*ri1 °n wch ' found.tion it
of*tK UMU" oCh0Ul d,!,trict '> «* west r,TV ' VER\ CHANfiCS
ofthe Mo -Pac. railroad, ea.t of O.* , H,r*m 8tej hena and W. E. Shipley
Creek ,„a „orth of Panther Creek. have P^hwed Geo. F. Wyv.ll'. |iv'
aaking to lie attached to the t laremore e,y bU8'n*«« and hereafter will M
cty acbool diatrict. Ur^0re | duct ttie businea. ZtTL Ti' n,y
h« h" wC'?. ^tin* °f the hoard will | Li^ery- *
^fl!i .^on^'y •"ernoon. Eeb. 13. Both Meaaar. Stephen, and Shipley
at four o clock when „ hearing will he ' hor.emen and know exactlj
given on tke matter. , how to take care of hor*-. Z
ANUKHStiM | ,Hvsjk trying public. No better men could
Kid Anderson, t laremore'. only | hl l" ? ^ oounty for the livery
repreaentative of the pugili.tir world uk ? Me,"r" Stephen, and
loet the decision to Kid Bruno at *a ah,P,*y •"«* they will enjoy 4 Urge
PulDa Tuesdav ni< k. ... _ - . . patronage from the public generally
O 1000 New Shirt Waists
— am ^USt receiv«l and now on Salt
A I New Spring Models inbo.h Taioml and
Prices, aoc, $100 ri.50 and up.
New Spring Dresses
We have just received about 150 New
P.nn^ Dresses of all kinds, Pretty Silk Mes-
^hnes and VoiJe. White French Batiste,
beautifully trimmed in Lace and Embroid-
ery. rme French Gingham and a large
assortment of House Dresses.
Do not forget that we are still giving
you your unrestricted choice of any
•3 00 $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
ladies Shoe in our House for
ind 2SSB "il""d O*1"
$3.50 and ^4.00
" niu nruno at Sa-
pulpa Tuesday night, on a foul in the
•econd ^und. It w„ the referee"!
opinion that Anderson fought too rough
• game to be real intereating; he was
«W«Wd by the referee of using hi.
teeth aa well aa hi. fi,t, upon hi, ,n-
JffJ- , had the advantage
in the flr.t round but before the Mcond
had progreaaed far. he wa. dia.u.litied
for biting and tripping.
BIG MOTEL HMt >K(.KOK
The Howard Brick Company ha.
closed a contract for furniihing lot).(MM)
brick, to be used for the conatruction
of a large negro hotel on South Mia-
"ur. avenue Work will commence
on the new building at once. It will
b« two atoriM high and contain about
" _ Store Company
"The Store that Saves You Money"
Names of conteatanta nominated in
our Piano Contest and their atanding at
the cloae of busineaa February 8. 1#11.
Ladle.1 Aid Chriatian Church
W. O. W. Circle
Mra. Huth Draper
Pearl Frv. Route I
Misa Viola Rnhr
Mia. I.«o Jones
Mra. C. A. Schmoy
Mra. C. E. Dowell
Mra. J. B. Steidlev
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Claremore Progress. And Rogers County Democrat (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, February 10, 1911, newspaper, February 10, 1911; Claremore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc181227/m1/1/: accessed April 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.