Claremore Progress. And Rogers County Democrat (Claremore, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, March 29, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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AND jtOQERS COUNTY DEMOCRAT
CLAREMORE. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAT. MARCH 29, 1912.
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We are today opening up two cases of
Oxfosds, Pumps and Shoes. These added to
our large stock gives us one of the best as-
j sortments to be found in the city.
WpI'. art «• Ho y. u hi ll of t- dJy.
The inai Us scrotal:
He's turned another *>p fu...
An,I lit an Tafl's plus list.
And no* hrV.tamiHri* round the ri (
Tii kwp Tlfl from the «n und
H' know. U Taft «ei. In \h. rin«
He'll k i.-h hu hat around
Vea. Ta d 's rmninf down lh pihe.
At that wt'n not sari im4.
H« wants tn .H..W his pUl'uro.
Though It's elrirtfcr Br?t niaej;
II* «tolf the planks at Diavn
Kusa IK. malrhlaaa Bryan's •oar.
And hid than, up In old Now York.
On a hlU ea
IMfc SHItl.NKRS PARTV. j <'LARICM< JltK'H VALUATIONS.
The Shriner* party given We.ine d y I Cily Aaae**ur Bail ha completed the
night by Dr. and Mr* A N Urik..v work of taking the 1912 asasasmsnt for
and Mr. and Mrs. R S. Saunrter* at the city.
the home of Or. and ^ra. Lernkov wait j Tbe total valuation outside of the
a decided aoecea* in (pile of the dia-, corporation valuation amount* to
agreeabl • weuther All the Xhrmere ; $l.HM5. 7u, of which smount 1683,006 is
in Clan more and their ladiea had la-en personal proptrty. an increase of
We can sell you a 5 Button White
Buck Oxford at
5 Button Tan Calf Harem at $3.75, 93.90
and $4 00. or if you want the newest thing
just off the last buy one of our f A Aft
4-button tan Calf Supreme at
Besides these we have Velvets, Satins, Kids,
Cun Meial, Patents and Ducks priced from
$1.26 to $3 50
"A Safe Place to Trade."
And now h* warn the* In tks hrssai.
Turned traitor to his nun.
One ha aim* mad* Pro.ld.-ni,
It h«m Ihe ..rielnel plan;
Taft U carrying oat hl> policies.
No nftnndvm ran ka sos.
And no InHlstiva d««trine-
Tkai'a tka pled*a ha made yon'saa.
Ha in.l.led on L> tV latta
Makln* tka aavrlad raw.
TI in. ha turnad him down a plasty.
Ha simply lank kit place.
Ttirfiad traitor oa anothar frlrnd
That's Taddy in kta lust.
He's tuund to ruathla*
And will da it or ha'll bust.
If ha should ha auacaa> fal
Aid win I ha Preaideats chair.
la four yaara mora ha'll try a*al*-
Ha thinks it'aanly fair
To give a man the second tarm
To carry out his thaaw.
Ta put his « in f residual;
than «at It hack 'a thr scheme.
Now If avary auod Aiwrian
■ooh thl IP* squarely In I ha fan.
And aata tha course ha s takla*.
Thay will see It la a disgrace.
And whan November rolls around
Dainocrats wdi ail stand pal -
Wa'U put our man In Preaidaat
And let Kuueev.lt hunt hla hat.
imiiii« P1VULMT aaa.. (tiger daw, ere*eent. *tar snd red fes).
INDIAN PAYMENT APBIL 22NO. Durin« tha avaniug a musical recital
Tha date of the Indian payment of wis rendered by Mr. Waiter Shaw
which we have heard *o much haa at and Mr. and Mr*. Sa under. and the
Iaat been decided upon for thi* city. Oriental "Hs he Dance" waa dared
A representative of the department by Dra. Hay* and Bushyhead
: invited and nearly everyom with a few
| exception* were present.
The hhriner* wore their full evwning
| drea* suit atul red f x and the indies
*" re handsome i vening gown a and
| white fe«. The house waa tastefully
j decorated with red, yellow an-l green
I carnation* and Oriental draperiea and
| trimmings that waa quite suitable for
! the occasion, and ta put t mild, it was
| picturesque and tasteful array of
Shortly after eight o'clock the guesta
began to arrive and within a half hour
the house waa • continuous round of
merriment which lasted until the wee
email hour* of the morning.
During the evening, among the dif-
ferent stunt* may be mentioned the
royal degree of Oriental aaertd viper,
the cold glad hard, and the degree of
the "Do doo'*"—all given to the Isuies
which made them eligible to join the
Daughter* of iseea the ladie* auxili-
ary of the Shriner*. Other atunt* to
numerous to mention were pulled off,
which made the evening one eontinou*
round of laughter*
At a late hour appropriate Oriental
refreshment* were served, consisting
of camel's milk and a five course lunch-
eon; everything was carricd out in
Oriental effecta and colors, the salads,
the cakea, tbe eream*. the minta all
bore emblem* of the "Shrine ' order
Best Clothes Made
Collegian Clothes have a quality built into
them which the average clothes maker leaves
to the higher class of custom tailors. Every
phase in the making of these garments has
b«en at the hands of tailormen who, by their
ability and experience, have stamped them-
selves masters of their craft. The patterns
and colorings for Spring will irresistably ap-
peal to men who are desirous of being fash-
ionably, yet economically, clad.
are on an even plane with tailored-to-order
clothes at double the price we ask.
Malt* Your Selection Now.
Walk-Over Shoes, Stetson Huts and Every-
thing found in on up-to-date Clothing Store.
W. B. Boron cio. Go.
FIRST NATIONAL BASK,
CLAREMORK, OK LA.
Capital and Surplus, $61.000
C Juhm 0 v *• *• w- L tnw* . J. o. Hall sad
Oldest Bank in Rogers County
was in the city Monday afternoon and
made arrangement* with the city offic-
ial* to make the payment in «he city
council roomaof the city hall beginning
on the 22nd of April and continuing
abont ten days.
There ia considerable misunderstand-
ing about how thi* payment of SIS per
bead will be paid to the Indiana, bat
Indian Agent, Frank Long explains tbe
matter by saying that all unrestricted
Indians or Dow having lea* than one
half Indian blond will be paid by check
direct irom the Indian Agent'* office
at Muskogee. Tbe local paymenta are
for the protection of those who are one
half and m- e uf Indian blood.
I Thi* county ia nae Of the beavieat
I' dun cotintiea in tha state and Mr.
L >ng states that we have 5,000 at least
and may have 7 mm who will partiei
pate in thi* payment. Thi* will giv«
R. g.-r* county from (75.000 to $100,000
*'l of which will be diatributed during
he latter part of nest month.
Mr Loigrtaie* that it i* the in-
tention of the department to pay thi*
™>ney to the parent* of the minora and
ot to the guardian* |f the parent*
Ved the child they will be paid the
nor.ey ai d the only way in which i,
-ill be ifiven to the guardian ia for hitn
> prove that he feed* and elothe* hi*
The agent who made arrangement*
lor the city council room* aa a pay
tation stated that the payment would
«at two week*. All Indian* living in
thi* eounty will be paid from thia place
MINISfRKL A MJCCRSS.
The rainsirel given Iaat evening in
' he opera house by the Radium City
vllnalrel Company, wa* one of the
mo*t *<icr<'**ful entertainment* of the
■eason an.! far exceeded the expec
tation* of thoae in rhsrge. The com-
pany which waa composed of about 36
•f Claremore'* moat prominent citixens
wa* exceptionally good. Eich and
"very one proved ihem*elve* an artiat
in hi* own part. It i* seldom indeed
that one ha* the privilige of attending
a play by non-professional* that would
prove aaore entertaining than the one
iaat evening. The *ong* and Joke*
were of the latest and delivered in such
The Shriner* "Merriment Pie" wan
one which will not be forgotten by
tboee who were fortunate to be present,
the pie waa alive. Priaea were won by
Dr. and Mra. Bushyhead and Mr. and
Mr*. Clark Smith.
Miniature camel* were given as favor*
to each gueat preaent.
Mi**e* Olive and Esther Tbee*on and
over I iat year. The total of the
real estate amount* to $1.412.if65. an
increaae of over Iaat year The
tola' increaae over last >tar ia 1184,-
«81 The real eatate and peraonal
valuation* added to ;hut of the public
aervice corporation* makea tbe total
aaaeaaed valuation in Claremore prac-
MAS ti ABkMtlKK A MIX fCAM?
Joe Knox haa received a letter from
the management of the Tulaa baae bril
club, of the Mid-Continent league a ail-
ing that Claremore give the Tulia boy*
a ball game; the game to be played at
Cheliea some time during the next
three week*, during whi'h time Tulsa
will be prue icing at Chelsea.
Mr. Knox would like to know if
enough of the boys want to play to
warrant making the match; *o il you
are interested in th« matter and can
uiay ball you should *ee Mr. Knox at1
once and tell hi n that you will play, j
Claremore may have a pretty fair baae 1
ball team if riven a trial.
EldriNG cSTPLC WrD
Monday morning H. H. Brown, elerit
of the county court, iwoed a license to
Robert E. Lephew and Jennie Maher,
the man giving bis are as 32 and the i
ttirl's aa 18. A* soon a* the licenae
wa* issued Rev. Loucks was called!
upon and married the couple and waa
given a worthleaa cheek in payment for
It now transpire* that the couple are
a runaway ptir from MuakogM and
the. girl is only thirteen year* of age.
The girl a parents, who live in Moabo-
gee. are going to prosecute Lephew on
charge of perj'irv. The fleeing
couple were arrested Tuesday at Vinita
While there has been the usual ex-
citement over the Sageeyah oil field
that usually prevaila while heavy stnkt *
miaaea uiiys ana Miner ineeaon ana JlWaf ,m*ny
Lavonia Webb prided over the punch 1 °f <tevek,'"n«
^At a late hour the guest* deputed 0i' °°
and all ex pre w-1 tbemaelvea a. having ^"n hv Z V ^
one of the "beat ever " time* and pro- 1^'^; ***** ,tr."et iB"
nounced Dr. and Mr. Ler*kov and Mr. ' r"0'J'ohn "Taylor Jr'*.
and Mr*. Saunder. a warm bunch of J "* " -ver«'
, hi* neighbor*. A bonus of one dollar
Ea*t«r is bare and with
it the.e are innumerable
deiigh- ful thing* in dreaoee
that make you doubly an-
xious to caat aaide yotr
The wide range of effec'ive material* uaed, have played a
large part in making them so attractive.
We are now ahowing a complete line of drum in all colon, of
the moot fashionable fabric*. Pique, Voile, Net and Ail-Over Ma-
broidery at really remarkable valoea.
Those garment* have been reproduced from elaborate ParMaa
•trie* at about one-tenth tbe e-jet of the original modele.
New Easier IMIIlnenj
Select that Eastor hat now Spring i*
be re to atay—inaugurate it with new head
gear. Hat* for every kind of wear and for
every occasion are being iisplayed in our
Millinery Department. Each model ha*
•one feature of individuality about it. All
made of tbe beat quality atraw and in all of
tbe new coloring*. They are awaiting your
A deposit will hold any hat until it is
S«>e our window diMplay of TuH-
ored Hat« at
91.60, $2.00, $2 60 to $3.60
CLAREMORE BOY MAKES GOOD
Washington, Msrch 27—Senator
Owen today selected Q lincy F Rob-
erts of Lawton, Ok la., to till the vs-
cancv in the ranks of midshipmen a
Annapolis, the appointment to wtoici
haa rested in his hsnd*. Roberts pass-
ed the recent examination* with th<
average grade of 88.17. Six een boy
took the examination* and of the
Sometime during Monday night,
negro *tole a bicycle from the porch of
the R. R. Sutton residence, belonging
o Dick Sutton, and attempted to ride
it out of the country but was caught
it the river at Sageeyah by L. S. Hub-
bard and brough bark to this city.
The negro ia a stranger here; he ha*
xpressed a desire to plead guilty and
_ —f - «waiv hu pnau gui'tjr BIIU
Senator Owen ha* choaen (Near « #U! probably be given a year in the
RH(*ka<ifl nf I IL* Ihknma I 'it uu #ta**f
Erickaon, of Oklahoma City, a* Br t
alternate to Robert*. Robert W. Ar-
nold, of McAlester, second alternate
and Paul Sutton, of Claremore, thin'
alternate. Roberta moat pas* the naw
department examination before beini
admitted to the academy and should h«
fail Erickaon will be given the chance.
Wm. T. TayLr went to Claremore
Monday on bu*ine*«.
The ladie* 'ortnight aoeietv wil1
meet Thursday evening March 30, at
J. A. Kolley'* for the purpose of or-
ganizing a society in this locality.
John and Cha*. Francis made a trip
to the Mont Pruzier ranch Monday.
The Sequoyah public chool has a
large attendsnce since the Spring
The Sequoyah Sunday School ia get-
ting along nicely and don't forget there
i* ringing every Sunday evening. Come
bring your family and dog*; we need
a little more baae.
Beulah and Lela Taylor returned to
Claremore Mon ay where they are at-
a manner a* to bring down the house. ! tending achouL
Nearly every number was called upon ' JoB K°H*y and family vUitrd at the
to reepond to encore* home of Wm. T Taylor and fa.nily
The miniatrel Iaat evening waa given j '^un^*3r evening
under the auapicaa of the ( ollinaville I Th* w,rm u" hiney d.y* were
band. Theboya here aie trying u,!greatly appreciated by the farmers of
Harry Moore house returned Monday
of this week from Neosho. Missouri,
where he apent several day* with home
folka Sequoyah J.
HURT AT CHELSEA.
S A. Elliott, of Poteau, bad the
misfortune to get in the way of a
■witeh engine in the town of Chelae*
raise money to a*aiat them in main-
taining a band in Coilinaville thia year
and in pureharing new maaic for same.
Tha attendance waa not a* large aa
expected last evening owing to the in-
clemency of the weather. —Coilinaville
Cloae upon the defeat of Roosevelt,
and hi* force* in North Dakota come*! . "' morning, with th* remit
two other* of a like character. T.ft I ^a* he nrtained injurira which will
haa carried Indiana and New York and smpuUtion of one of
did it with Teddy '* own apecial weapon. I hta *r,ll" ^ ,lh°u^r'
tbe primary. Teddy will htve about] "r. PMott is* .tats officer bsiag in-
sight ililagaln out of thirty from In-1 *****, P« * ctaand
dianaand fswer than thU number out Inthedl^harge of his dutie* when
of ninety in New York. U bagiaa ! lha •ceMant occured. Hs was Ira
way for Roosevelt to win. A. E Par-1 *nt to the Friaeo
ry. of Oklahoma, and htoUetiea la far ho^Ul ut 8pringfleld where his arm
more sffeitivs in getting Roosevelt j amputated. _
delegate* than a primary. Straw vote*! MORK WHISKEY,
conducted by newapepera are one thing' The police department again got
and real voles are another. Rooaevelt busv Wednesday night and located 80
I* especially strong with th* formsr gallon* of whiskey at th* Iron Moun-
variety but lamentably waak with the tain depot which had been broi«ht in-
latter. Progressive* should have tha.alty in trunk*, cheeked in from Ft
■tsyed with La Toilette. Smith, Arkanws. Six 6 gallon k*gs
d, "L't *•-'
MISSION POOL HALL CHANGES.
Messrs Oscar Deuber and Gus Wat-
ber*. of Kansas City and St. Louis
respectivelv, have purchased the Mis-
sion Pool Hall frow J. T. Crews and
took chgcge of same Tuesday morning
FEAST OF FISH WORMS.
One of the attraction* at the Shriner*
party given Wednesday night waa tha
the initiation of t hs Isdv member* into
the mysteries of the order of "Da
Dons " Dr. Ruehvbesd sdminiatersd
The Quest Club n et with Mrs. H H Mr Dueber wa* formerly interested in 1 the mark and th* _
Makemson Monciav March 25 Inter- the Miasion and ha* s host of friend* s fesst of flsh worms, which
•'Sting paper" on "tapestry" were given here who will be pleaaed to learn that i* aaid to have been greatly enjoyed by
'•y Mra. Swift *n<i Mr* Ad ims The he ha* returned and will make thia city thoae participating in the feast.
Club had a* it* guest Mrs. Stanford of hi* home. Mr. Crew* will return to hi* 1 These worm* hsd been imparted
Okmulgee. former boms in Tsnresaee. j direct from Jerusalem tor thia occasion
sagge? foot wear
Have you given this
subject a thought? Do you
want your feet to look
nice? Of course you do,
and at the same time you
want comfort and the only way to combine the two is to
properly fit the foot and THAT we claim to do by having all
widths, sizes and shapes.
We are showing all of the newest creations hi fine foot
wear. Colonial, Pumps, Oxfords and Strap Slippers in Pat-
ent Leather, Tans, Suide, Velvet, Corded Silk and New Bucks*
All kinds of White, such as New Bucks, Sea Island Duck and
Corded Silk. Our Pumps and Colonials fit the feet and stay
Come and see them. They are
and your feet will be neatly dressed.
nifty. Try them on
Walker's Department Store Company
The Store That Saves You Money.
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