Claremore Progress. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 14, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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iton of dftcnptiont oj E'tray Stork an,I
noacea of tale* in Coowtrtcoowet district.
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We have turned on the gas ami
the electric lights and next iu order
will be tLf i'Imini/ (.n of ihe water.
The meetings of ihe Chamber of
Commerce will hereafter br
held every Tuesday niyht in
the rooms of the cit.v council until
The county seat ami county line>
fitflit promises to be something fierce
in the constitutional convention.
There is hardly a towu in the terri-
tory, be it ever so small, that Lu
not county seat aspirations
It is not a foregone conclusion by
any means that those leaders iu the
two fjreat parties now receiving tin
most attention at the hands of the
press will be holding down the
offices when slatelnod is ushered in.
Col. C. II. Douglas is kept busy
these days booming every prominent
republican in the Third degression
al district for congress as to keep
the senatorial track cleur. Accord-
ing toCUwence none outside of the
Phoenix office in Ihe district are
timber of t.he senatorial size.
Owing to the bad weather the
Democratic meeting advertised to
take place at Hush.vhead did not
occur, and a date for a meeting
there will lie aniHumnd later on
The fallow iug are the Democratic
meetings advertised for the coining
week: Catoosa tonight; Verdigris
Monday Dight and Sageeyah Wed-
nesday night. Democrats at these
places arc requested to make ar-
rangements for the meetings in the
way of halls for the holding of the
meetings and the advertising of the
The Democrats in all their meet-
ings throughout the two territories
wherever expression has been given,
have placed themselves on the side
of the people. The party is almost
uuanimous on the question of nomi
nation of candidates by primaries,
and in favor of the initiative ami
referendum. With these safeguards
in the constitution and laws of the
state the law making power in the
new slate will always be in the
hands of the people.
The town* of the new state that
will come to the front in the next
two years are the towns that placs
their advantages before the public
iu an attractive and persistent man
ner and properly eutsrtaio the vis
•tors attracted to them. This is a
branch of work that the new Cham-
ber of Commerce ean take up with
profit to Claremore.
J. A. Constant traded the Metseu
ger to a gentleman by the naine of
Smith for bis paper at Clearfield,
Iowa, aud has left fur there to take
charge of the same. Mr. Constant
has been a fair competitor and bns
ness relations have been extremely
pleasant with him and it ia with re-
gret that we note hi* leaving our
city. Tbe reason for hi* leaving
our city was to be nearer his young
daughter, who is now living near
Clearfield. We welcome Mr. Smith
to our town and wish him success.
Progress believes that the organ
ization of the Chamber of Commerce
Wednesday night means much for
the future of Claremore if the same
interest is taken in the organizalicn
us was manifested in that meeting.
There is a great work awaiting au
organization of this kind and it can
only be accomplished by all inter-
ested in the town takiugan active
Part. We believe a strong set of
officers have been selected and thev
should receive the hearty aud united
support of the members.
Dr. J no. F. Smith returned troin | Mies Jobunie Younir went to Inola
«!iii a«r# Tn .afla« -i.is.j I _ Ia<
TWaueeeee, Tuesday. wh.rc lie visited
relatives and .pent muie tiuie st the
medical college hi Chattanooga.
Caaper Lipe, Co). Ed Suuday. Li«e
Pace an t Thos. Bnford tc Co., shipped
cattle to Kaunas City Wednesday, the
two former naiued accompanied the
Alex Mc Dan lei returned Thursday
from Ksusas City, having gone np
with a shipment of cattle.
The Democratic meeting aunonnced
for Weduesday evening here came off
accordluic to program, except that we
had four speakers instead of two. as
announced. It being theflrat regnier
political meeting of any kind here, it
was attended by both psrties in a de-
gree. The meeting *«< presided over
by W. E. Hnndsy with dignity anil dis-
patch. The following speakers ad-
dressed the ineetlug In the order nsmed;
W. M. Hall, C. 8. Wortinau, Clias.
Richer -son and E. W C'antrell. The
latter gentleman was brier for wsnt of
time. About thirty fire were enrolled
ss a starter and tnauy uauiee will be
lanners sell tbe furniture.
Dr Kiibo—Painless Dentist.
W. W. Bryan, resident dentist.
J. Ryan has choice residence lots for
Eggs Hnd chickens wanted at the Star
Tanners have tbe New Home sewing
Two nice rooms for rent. Apply at
R. L. Hill was np to Viuita the first
of tbe week.
Eggs wanted for cash or trade, st the
Sam Rose is now employed at Feland
6 Son's store.
Well drilling free. See Geo. F. Ross
Dr. W. F. Haya and wife were down
to Ft. Smith Thnraday.
Miss Oilie Martin hss returned from
h r visit at Siloam Springs. Ark.
Geo. Bennett, of Oklahoma City, is
the gue*t or Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Leon-
Mice Inez Reavis left Thursday
morning for OoiagaU ror an extended
Watch, clock aud jswelry repairing
by Henry M. Turney, at Leonard's drug
Yon can get Old Manse mapl* syrup
In quart and hair gallon cans at Feland
A joint meet ing of the Democratic
territorial committees of the two
territories was held at Shawnee
Monday und u campaign committee
of twelve was elected from the two
committees for the conducting or
the election for the members of the
constitutional convention. The
primary law for the selection of del-
egates was endorsed where guarded
by law and that matchless leader,
W.J.Bryan, was pledged the first
editorial vote of the new state. Tin
reports from the two territories
showed u united democrarv and a
determination to carry a majority
of the members of the constitutional
convention despite the fact that the
whole machinery of the election and
apportioning of the territories has
been placed iu the hands of the re-
of all July
Offers Greater Bargains
We are putting out small lots
every day that go quickly at the
prices we put on them. Come
to our store and take advantage
of these goods at close out prices
Sale Closes Saturday Night
The statement on our first page
today of the amount of money orders
issued at Claremore post office is a
remarkable one, when it is taken
into consideration that at least sixty
per cent of this amount was sent to
mail order houses, and this in spite
of the fact that tbe same goods, at
a rule, could have been bought right
in our town ut as low a price as paid
to the mail order bouses and iu many
cases cheaper, and this iu spite of
the fact that not one of these mail
order houses will extend one cent of
credit to its customers, pay no tax-
es iu our town, nor aid in the sup-
port of the churches or poor of our
town. The business men of the
town are liberal in their support of
home institutions and tbe more lib-
I eral their patronage the belter pre- ... •, -.v
1 l)lir*d they are to serve the every * Son's,
need of the people. Support of Dr. J W Hale went down toMur--* -
home enterprises is the greatest k°gee, Thursday morniug, on a bnsi- iu>,,rc
means of building of a town and ne" ,rlP- |exchange here.
community. The ten thousand or' Geo. F. Rose if yon want a well! O*or«e W. Chalfant, of Knnxville.
more dollars sent last year from drilled. Headquarters with Moore & I ' *rrfv,,(' jo^our city Thursd*)
this post office to mail order houses Furniture Compsny.
should have been placed in the chan-[ M" Edward King left this week for
nels of trade here, which would have Iowa, where she will visit
meant that amount placed in circu-! ber ulotl'er for ■oule 'Inf-
lation here to tbe benefit of every ! Mrs Wade Rite and daughter. Lena,
citizen of the town and country sur-1,B,t ,nr Springfield, Mo., Thursday to
rounding Claremore, for no dollar v',it 'ri,ud" f°r some time.
The next tims you make ice cream
try a package of that j.llo icecream
powder at Feland & Son's.
Miss Sue Young, or Louisville, Ky.,
arrived in our city Tuesday and will
make ber future home here.
Five houses and lots and ten vacant
lots in Claremore to trade for Cherokee
farm land. Geo. W. Walkley.
Everybody says the Palace Steam
Lnnndry does satisfactory work. Try
Tuesday moruiiig to visit her node,
Capt. Harris and rriends in that town.
Mr*. C. F. Uodbey and Mrs. W. D
McClure l.ave today for Viuita to
spend several days attending the Cba
Hough dried family washing 3c per
ponnd, weighed at yonr door. This
weans all flat work ironed. Palace
The sale of medium price Drrse
Goods at R. 8. Sanders £ Co., is still
on. See their middle table for better
Drese Goods at l c per yard.
The best as well as the cheapest
grade of qneeneware will be found in
tbe large new stock we have just laid
iu. Hill Henley Hardware Co.
Tbe recent rains have been a little
hard on those farmers who have not
yet got their oats taken care or. but
they are great for tbe corn crop.
Mrs. D. M. Tanner, who has Item
vieiting her sous, C. T. and R, T. Tan
uer. for tbe past mouth, will retnrn tc
his lioiue at Fayette, Mo., todav.
Dr Mick Laibxm, of Monroe, La.,
who has bsen spending the pant week
with C. M. MeClellan and family north
of town, returued home Thursday.
Bert Draper returned yesterday from
a mouths visit to Hillsboro aud Litch
field, III., and Bt. Louis. He reports
having a good time, aud be looked it.
Charles Collins, who hss been hold
lug a position iu tbe First National
Uauk here for some time, has resigned
as an alderman of the Vinita town
Jarues Robbins is all swelled np over
the fact that a young Democrat arrived
at his home Sunday night, and It is
bluted that be will name bim William
Dr. J. C. Bushyhead and family left
yesterday morning for Tahlequah to
to visit friends, after which Mrs. Unshy
head aud children will visit at Mrs.
Bushyhead's old homt in Arkansas.
A whole drove of colored individuals
were up before the mayor Tliureday
morniug on tbe charge of vagrancy
Moat of them were made to give n|i
filthy lucre for the benefit or the to<
Parties who may have dead relative
whose allotments have not beeu select
ed, should see me at once and have tbeli
allotment chosen and papers fixed ii|
to file. E. C. Alberty, Room 30. Hal
sell Building over First National Bank
E. D. Sims, or Oklahoma City, presi
dent of the Pioueer Telegraph and Tel
ephoue Co., was Iu our city this week
looking after the interacts of tbe com
pany here. The company is making
extensive improvements in their local
is ever placed iu circulation in the
community that isonly of benefit to
one man; for no man but a miser can
be prosperous without benefit to
others. Spend your money at borne
and will like broad cast upon the
water, return to you many fold.
One Champion mowing machine for
sale, In good shape, run part of one
season. Apply to P -rry Rummage.
A few choice residence lot* for sale
on yonr own terms. Cloee In. Cheap.
Claremore Realty & Investment Co.
Will Rogers returned this week from
his trip to Oermsny and England He
Editor Eldridge worshiped in Clare-
more last Sabbath. ———rnuniaciory wo
O. A. McClary is confined at home!th,>,n *1"1 oat for y°urMlf-
this week with a spell of malaria. f)n* —
Miss Nevermore Trainer, of Table
quah, is visiting Miss Benna While
Farmers and grain men report the
yield of wheat around here rather dis
appointing In qnality and quantity.
Uncle Billy Lauiberleon made the
round trip to the county seat Tuesday,
aud they only charged him for one seat'.
It was reported that Editor Katos
of Progress visited our city last we .k.
hut ye scribe did not have tbe good
fortnue to meet him.
Mrs. Lewis Baker returned to ber
home at Big Cabin, Tuesday morulng,
after a visit with her pareuts, Mr. and
Mrs. Dural, here.
Mrs Ed Sunday is visiting berdaagb
ter, Mrs. John Pulston, of Coffeyvllle,
Roht. Anten, of III , came in a few
days since and closed up the deal for
bis SS acres of iaud adjoining town on
the north He sold to tbe New Stats
hood Land Company of Nowata. Prli e
Dr. George Bennett has returned
home from Texarkana where he has
hseu for some time for the bem tit uf
The big rain that visited this section
Monday evening stopped all threshing
work fer several days, but it did uot
stop the growing corn from doing
Editor Jeff Eldridge went to Mnsko.
gee ou busiuexs Tuesday morning.
Mayor Alltou was down at Inola Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Stevens en-
tertained abont twenty-five yonng folks
of our city at their beaatifnl country
home Saturday evening in honor of
Fred Palmer, who expects todepartfor
bis home in Mo. iu a few days.
Jas. Finley and family, of Van Bnren,
Ark., are visiting bis cousin, Jas. Fin
ley, this week.
The Misses Slinker, who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. George tbe paet
week, retnrned to their home at Mound
Valley, Kan•. Tuesday.
E. L. Denny «■ a passenger to
Robt. Tunnel and wire war* np atj
Nowata, Saturday. j
and bns assumed the superinteudency
of the local electric light plaut. Mr.
Chalfaut has beeu in charge of tb<
Knoxville Light & Power Plant for a
uumber of years.
Gilchrist & Slopey, proprietors of tbf
Annex Cafe, have rented theweat roou
of the Looiuia building and will movr
their c ir there as soon as tbe room is
completed. They are down to date ree
taurant people and will conduct
oue ol tbe fiuret eating bou«es in tbe
Roger Lee, the iufant son of Mr. and
Mr . A. L. RobbiuH, died yesterday af
ternoon after several days illness of
cholera infantum. It has not yet been
Istermiued where the interment will
be held. The afflicted family have the
sympathy of tbe community.
The Jennings, Okla., Hnmmer in
commenting on an Oklahoma editor
giving as an excuse for robbing a hard-
ware store and a depot that be "wet.
br ike and couldn't pay his bills'1 says:
"Being broke ia no excuse for anew*
paper mau committing a crime, or
course he was an amateur at the news
paper business or being 'broke' would
J. M. BOLING
We carry the best Alfred Benjamin
& Co., Clothing:, Hanan Shoes, Stet-
son & Co., Hats.
We still have a nice
assortment in straw
hats in Panamas,
Manila and Westmin-
ster Sailors, which
we are offering at
reduced prices. Re-
member the best al-
ways go first.
Claremore Seed and Feed Company I
ALL K>NDS OF FEED.
W. F. RIDDLE, Proprietor.
jv/v i/ u uu i/u i/v uv i/v iny w\eov wi/v^
Get Blank Books
Office Supplies at
iyuva/aana/v/1ay /\A/vm/>A/\«\/x/v\/v\ Woo. Kncker ButMlnc. ci
°*nrs: to Ui, m..and 1 tot p m.
Jas. 8. Darnport. g
DAVENPORT I H1U,
H.n.rst collection, s apwialty. RotarylaeBee
v ■ tir iiuhiufh ur ucing ■
reports having a good time on the tripj never have worried bim."
THERE ARE COAT SHIRTS AND
BUT THERE IS ONLY ONE
Give Chase & Sanborn's Coffee one trial
and you will use no other.
INSIST ON THE LABEL—IT MEANS NISMT-
NESS. FITNESS. WHITENESS ANO COLOR
FA8TNESS—tl.BO ANO MORE.
BLUETT, P1AB0DT k CO., TB0Y. I. T.
Lueat Sikul d( CoIImi Skirt. I. tk. VnU
"Tb« Good Clothes Sfora."
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I Wholesale A Retail.
♦ Delivered at residencee In all
5 parts of the city. Special aiten
p tion given to country trade. 8pe.
p cial price* to picuica, church aud
6 lodge sot-lair.
[ 8. P. BLAKELY.
| Phone 5
A. F. MOOD,
'' 'I J*"- ™ntw«i. aud i>. unloux. The null
Office over Walkley Bros, store,
Claremore, I. T.
Iixcliange •• ,llau_
Sell Tabulating Attachments
Furnish Stenographers and
CAN WE SERVE YOU ?
Remington Typewriter Co.,
We want to sell you groceries, and good groceries, too,
as you will find out when you trade with us. We give you
honest goods at honest values, and give our customers
courteous treatment. We give you the benefit of the lowest
possible price ALL THE TIME. Try us and see.
Feland & Son
Some of the most desirable residence
lots in the City of Claremore
will be found in the
These lots are in the fashionable resi-
dent part of the city, close to the
business section and near the
Radium Wells, and are now
offered at tho low price of
S3.00 TO S5.00 PER FRONT FOOT
-rot PAtTirni.AKs sr.«—
O. D. Davie, at Bank of Claremore
A. L. Kates, at Progress Office
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