The Claremore Courier. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, April 20, 1900 Page: 2 of 6
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r. H. EDMUVfiSON,
L- A. RE88EY,
ITIIE CLAREMORE COURIER.|
all of said bills failed to pass.
The present tax bill providing
for schools in this country is in-
Rouius «, V sad W}, Rank Building, j equitable its the tribal tax of the
one dollar ree yeah. | several nations. It is a scheme
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
This Bents the Jtaa-iHftn*.
According to the Washington
corresporde t of the Boston
Transcri] tl, department of agri-
culture lies take n steps toward
acquiring tl r.inht to use a recent
i invention, e 1,1ml of mutascope
Leave subscriptions for Courier
You muy, bv doiDg little writing
at your borne, secure scholarship
free, in either Draugbons Practical
Business Colleges—Nashville, St.
Louis, Lictle Rock, Ft. Worth, Gal-
‘ston, Shrieveport or Snvanuah.
I! st patronized Business Colleges
tn tlie South. For particulars ad-1
dress. The Illustrated Youth and'
Aye, Nashville, Teun.
!V. ' ' M.
Snteivd in tbe Fust Office at ('1 are more, | whereby 11)0 tOWllfl will be CO ID- j <*Qn\PrO f*c£ for H kind of
I°d'Tar’ “8ecolld c'ass man„_m‘tt'lr'_ J*'1,h3 to °P their own picture’i „..,ng Uever attempted
FRID AY, APRIL 2(1. 1 ‘*00. j schools as well as those of the j hitherto.
. country and how anyone can! For example, the contrivance
There is something radically j support such a measure is amys- j i8 Bt.t up in front of a staik of_______ „
wrong in Muskogee for ’lx 1 hoe- , tery. Still this very bill stands corn just sprouting, and takes a rpTrfl A T)T Tin
ix came out last w eek with but a good show of becoming a law. ; photograrli of it every hour for -*• 1 AdLFjO.
tight pages and only one full There is.fame and fortune in store ; six months, the exposures being-------rmrr- -------
a___'___?_______ j ^ur indiv idual who will sug- ; made at such intervals by a pecu-
To say *‘I am a Democrat" tells j H more comP|ex and unsat- j liar automatic attachment. Rub*
lothing for there is u genus of I^hlCt°ry, ftrttf °/ affair8 than j sequentlr the film ri’ .on on
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lmericans by that name and mi-
t hat existing in the five civilized
which these pictures an recorded
Get the Doctor’s Opinion
if you have an ailment which you cannot
diagnose. Then get the prescription filled
here, because we use tbe
is put into a magic lantern raa- v OAU , • ,
No. 208, fast mail, depart*____
dime of the ordinary sort and rjm n0. o4o, Local Freight......
olitninahle and are absolutely correct in
our weights and measures. If your sick-
4:^8p. m. ness can be treated through any of the
0:10 a. m. proprietary medicines they can be found
here. We always have a complete stock.
GEO. O. COLLINS.
Jess the specie is given the won-j
lering listener is left in jgnor- : Well, we have had the mange
mce. ; and have recovered without! ,,fT at tho rate of thirty a second,
i ztjsl ?£ rm - :
i * J‘ T‘ * * ° *** I this great religious and moral a corn plant growing out of the ... ... i-*--
rfnvorttP Him” n m rn^v wmf +n I Llll° n?liglUU8 HIKl UK)1«U ^ \V e are now selling tickets at 3 cents n _ y«4 .a.* «■»*-
Ly, . . ' . I weekly was vaccinated about earthj putting forth leaves, devd- per mile and running traius over our own Jldslloflee £Vitllt><J
pe democratic Uil rional commit- two " onth H h f loping tassel and silk, exhibitug rails to Kansas City, Mo., and Oklahoma „ Daily except Sunday,
leemail, and wlliie lie may have i m°ntnsdgO and has a* piet- 1 City, O T. Train No. I08 has through re. ! per year *», per month 40c.
political aspirations it is news ty a 8car “ “7 ® the Cherokee j ipeped ears and finally dt- ,elinil)g chair cars (seats free), arrives at Leading flally J>hper
[hat he is in any sense a favorite ! Nation- proving our previous j ray,ng; * LouU 7.:15.a’m:’ where llirect conneo* .. . . of Indian Territory.
Ion If anybody oeeunies . irlt ' contention that vaccination does i Auciior this new st.de of cam-
lonorable posit ion around here llot P^vent the disease. The • , r” in an oppn s»,i,OP: attach to it
1 Zks er . . r C ,' vr ' »“'r *»• in town who ' » " >' “ ««-►
roe I aHavis e na , !,lave ^er seen genuine smallpox,! pver5' two h(,,,rs from Tbe be*
" -- U _ I examined this case carefully and to the cnd of tbe .V(‘ar-
If Webster Duvis reallv loves j say it is not the disease they saw * b( result will be a ribbon of the
|lie Boers with the intense love ! in the hospitals of Chicago and ! s, asons’ and in <iv‘! minutes the
venr. At first the ; round will be
■ seen covered with snow, ■ which ;
le professes, whv does he not go I St. Louis, and they do not think s*M‘l‘<afor* 8<>ated in a theater wil1
South Africa wl.erehisserviees ! an attack of this kind will render ,iave an opoprtonity to behold all
light be of material value? Hi* one immune from the other. 1*"1 succeeding phenomena of the
Irilliant jaw work, which is elicit- Quepv statements if this is the
pg so much praise at present | genuine article. Be that as it
pom the very sources that cen- may, the Courier^ has said all1 " 1,1 'anisb aB tbo <irst Vegetation
pred him most severely a year i along that there is a contagious ! ,nakps d aPl)caram,e.
fo, will not do much tow ard , disease in the ijountry which I
hieing up the alleged republic. ' should be stamped out, and still
j stays by that opinion. The
t™”" " thet t«mtory | boap,, an*l „ few pa,,,.,*
louldhave a dalagato m con- haTe.criticised the ,ml,Vv of . he
mm, and a reason not yet ad- Coul,er and it> ,au^,
Wad. »that there are qua"-1 public sentiment o be oJtaat
fee o. garden gede be..,g die- ; ,t............ . ,. jfJ 'a
hmcen all nli>“d ind tile ter^l u" ” ,T,5r£„„.......
tion is made for all points north, east and If you desire to keep posted on all affair*
southeast in the most magnifleant union concerning Indian Territory, subscribe lor
j station in the world. No. 207 is the cor- JitdSl(0jee £Vefiit>(}
| responding tram west bound and has the , Muskogee, Indian Territory.
j same through car service as No. 208 in the _■_ _ '_____
j opposite direction. We earnestly solicit .
| your patronage, both passenger and | Xb® QbieftalO
I freight, and insure you value received for I VIN1TA 1. T
will put forth leuves with visible
rapidity in the si^ht of the audi-
ence. and wheiljit last they fall
and (lie landscape lias assumed its
former dreary aspect the white
Friiits more Territory news than any two
papers published in the Indian Territory.
4>1 a year.
Tbe b&liy Qbleft&lii
Is a live local afternoon paper; gives all
the ij,ews of the northern judicial district.
4,0 cents a mouth by mail.
mar.tle of .lack Frost will
Spread again over tlie land.
One of the most interesting of
, . . that, is to admit that theOourier '^ P^XKMpl.slina.l,. «p to dot*
Itory farmers are not getting • ....., , «nh this novel apparatus repre-
Fen a mustard seed. This is an j i_ TnftiqrFTerritr v n6jV' Rl,al)er j sents an apple triv. which is seen
Iniust distribution of patronage , Qn '• f ’ <M in a few twinklings to display its
|nd the attention of our Denu>-1 mn °° ^ T ° ^ 1,1 U«*w foliage, put forth buds and
ratic friends is called to it, that | nat j blossoms and ripen its fruit.
hey may incorporate it in their | pheroke^Nari^ n *''tl '*'*■ *' I K<!lially notable is a picture of a [
L,,fP- platform. e ° ee ‘ a lOU 1IH
No. 288—Passenger, north bound 7:18 a. m. '
t No. 232—Passenger, south bound 8:87 a. m. ,
No. 284—Pussenger, north bound 0:17 p. m.
No. 231—Passenger, south bound 8:17 p. in.
The above trains have Reclining Chair |
Cars, seats free of “extra charge.” Pull- j
be | man Sleeping Cars. This is
(Taremore had elect ion contests
1st year until she was sick and
Ired of them. That they had a
U'Y w holesome effect waffTleuri v
ridenced this last election, ('he-
While we would like to believe
t hat the Courier is so inthient ini,
we do not, and simply say that
it has reflected the opionions of
the people all the time, it is
customary to say Claremon
sunflower, snap shots of which
were taken every minute from
sun vise to sunset of a day. When
the ribbon is run off at the rate
* of tiiiifv photos a second one sees
the flower turn on ils stem steau-
.............. , .. , , , , Is I ilj. always keeping its face to-
)tah is tearing up her municipal 1 ie °"ly Pla^e " here the people j war<j ,iie soiar orb. it should
mndation in a frautic endeuvor | are AkaPtlcaJ» but 8Ucl\ 1S not j he mentioned, by the way, that
convict some one for illegal | )1,ue' ilier«dlt«r Pf tjis pnper the views Co not jump about, in
)ting this year. It is a fact lias been m ^in,ta» ^ agoner, | the way that is so annoyingly
tat the right of sufferage is not | f,usko-f‘ a«d ^veral otl.er i famiIiar, but are perfectly sta-
learly understood, but tlie plan to"us °f Lreek and Cherokee
popted by Checotah while it w ill I ,iatiolls Ri|ice this outbreak has
jigender better feelings, will 1 cau8ed discussion, and every-
)read informal ion more rapidly " berp 7be same skepticism lias
bd more effectively than jni'v ;''wn met, and some editors who |
flown method. have been poking fun at the
Courier man, freely expressed j
| their doubts. The Courier still I 111 tlie cemetery have them cleaned
adheres to its original position, j Lip by may]S]j
for it is backed by the best medi-
cal talent in—the country, and
while it does not antagonize the
work of the board, it is opposed
to so much noise and excitement
over a comparatively harmless
disease. This last remark is from
experience and we’ve had it about
as hard as anyone in town, even
The Best Line
to Kansas City and St Louis anil all points
in Kansas. Colorado, Nebraska, Missouri
West, North and East.
The Direct Line
to Fort Smith, Little Hock, Hot Springs,
Memphis and all points in Arkansas, Tex-
as, Louisiana, the South and Southeast
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When purchasing your ticket remem-
ber tbe Old Reliable. Rates as low as the
lowest. W. B. Rowland, Agent.
A and descrfelioi, niffy
luickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
nrenttnn is probably patentable. Cotfinjuirirn-
ions strictly conildentiol. IJLundbook on Patl>uU
ent free. Oldest nuency for necoring patents.
Patents taken through Muuii A Co. receive
pecialnotice* without charge, it^he
r. Largest cli
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A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir-
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du*re are several religious tip-
lavals in contemiilation at
?sent. For years a large num-
|r of prominent Methodists have
»ked upon the l-estrictions on
rd playing, dancing and the-
?r going, as prohibited hv that
[urch, as simply a dead letter,
line very prominent Methodist
rines advocate their complete
loval and cL^ire such ques-
>ns to be lefyfo the individual
inscience. In the Presbyterrian
furch such men as I)r. Hill is and
Parkhurst. not counting
>res of others ask that the old
Ivinietic creed be brought to
jbte or a new one substituted in
stead. There is a greater evo-
bioa taking place in the reli-
>us world than any other now
lionary, owing to the fact that
ca< li ‘snap” registers perfectly
will, the ones preceding and fol-
Notice to the Public.
The Ladies Cemetery Association
request tlmt all persons owning lots
etery have them clean
Mrs. C. T. White, See.
See Barrett, the harness man, for
1 GUS KLEI N | FREE
I GROCERY, I DELIVERY |
> - BAKREY, ;T« all pails of city!
_ ^ f./i /1 M I, ,i A .i. 1.1.
I MEAT MARKET.
3 An Expert Butcher of 80 years’ c r*
I experience. | tOlintry
I Everything Fresh and Clean. I n .
% Call and be convinced ’tis so. > iFOQUCG.
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Spreads Like wildfire.
When things are “the best’’ they
besome “the best selling.’’ Abra-
ham Hare, a leading druggist of
Bellville, Ohio, tvrites: “Electric
Bitters are the best selling bitters
I have handled in 20 years You
know why? Most diseases begin in
disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys,
bowels, blood and nerves. Electric
Bitters tones up the stomach, regu-
number of bills introduced in
nprves, hence cures muluitudes of
relating to the territory j maladies. It builds up the entire
[proof of the interest taken at! system. Puts new life and vigor
ent.in the Indian Territory. iuto an.v weak, sickly, run down
... ■ ; man or woman. Price hoc. Sold
the above is true, it should ; by Hill’s Drug Store.
in DayUghf with l
1 F:?:m Cfiiiri'iges t’er two, f
!• six or twelve exposures
ts ctfsirsd. For v/ork st
It s'? 2 then, c.3 well as for-|
^ one’s outings, the Kodak
f* b ':v.>nrn» more convenient'
^ t’;ar; the glass plate
r4 earners. **‘-*R*£axi
Mq Mrk room except!
( To development,- nof
J bothersome plate holders j
I cr dark* slides.
To the People
We have on hand and carry in
stock a complete line of Lumber
and Building Material of all kinds.
Also a full line of Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc., and as fu the past
we hope by fair dealing to merit and receive your patronage*
THE CLAREMORE LUMBER CO.
Transfer - Lioe.
Wm. f^. Aven, Prop’r.
Good Rigs at all times. Will mova
your household goods safely and
promptly. Giye me a trial.
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Edmundson, W. H. The Claremore Courier. (Claremore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, April 20, 1900, newspaper, April 20, 1900; Claremore, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956289/m1/2/: accessed July 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.