Muskogee Daily Phoenix (Muskogee, Oklahoma), Vol. 10, No. 196, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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MU0KOOU DAILY tXOlBIX
Haskell Will Build Road if
Taft Signs Bridge
The Muskogee and Ft. Gibson Bridge
company's bill paused (ho house ol
representatives at Wanhington ye .
ti rday and now only awaits the sig-
nature of President Tuft before It will
go Into effect.
The president's signature to the bill
means the Immediate construction of
a bridge across the Arkansas and tho
completion of a one hundred foot
boulevurd between here and Ft. Gib-
son. C. N. Haskell announced that
the bridge would be built In the near
future and the boulevard constructed
at the same time.
The road, which has already been
surveyed, will follow closely tho line
of the Interurban and will wind among
some of the most beautiful scenery In
this part of the state.
It Is certain to become popular at
once with automoblllstn and also
other vehicles. A force of men will
keep the road in good condition at all
times. The ex-governor and Ills asso-
ciates have donated a strip of ground
one hundred feet wide to tho county
and they will build the boulevard on
this strip before it la turned over to
The bridge Is, of course, a necessary
part of the road and boulevard und
the bill providing for Its construction
had to be a part of the government
business before It could be built.
A VRIMB OV'NUC *ATY.
McALKHTEH, Okla., Aug,
(Bpeclttl). A southbound Missouri,
Kansas and Texas freight train was
wrecked near Tuska, Oklahoma, at
2:30 this afternoon, tewlve loaded
cars turning over and two loaded de-
railed. Trafflo was delayed About
seven hours. The wreck Is reported
to have been caused by rails being
twisted out of shape by the Intense
Htop onughlngt you rack the lungs
and worry the body. BALI^ARp'S
HOREHOUND SYRUP checks Irrita-
tion, heals the lungs and restores
comfortable breathing. Price K6o,
50c and $1.00 per bottle. Bold by-
Cardinal Drug Co.
lTNKHAL OF ItAMSIOY CHILD.
George Cross Ramsey, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George 8. Ramsey, of r>2l
North Thirteenth street, who died
Tuesday afternoon, will be burled Frl
day morning at nine o'clock. The
time of the funeral has been changed
as members of the family and other
relatives will arrive sooner than was
NO ROOM FOill IKMJKJ J* T.
AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. (—Hooker T.
Washington, the negro educator of
Tuskegee, Aid., Will hot be allowed tf>
speak In the representatives hall <>t
,the Plate capltol oil his proposed Visit
hi Austin In Heplemher or October. A
resolution keeking to accord him this
privilege was Introduced 111 the house
today was cried down without a Bee-'
chkckkh champion wins,
HANDUBKY. Ohio, Aug. 9.—Ram-
uel Jordon, Hrltlsh champion, scored
his second "win" In the fifth of the
series of twenty games for the In-
ternational checker championship
against Newell W. Hanks of Detroit,
the American champion, at Cedar
A $3.1,000 SPIT.
Hurry A. Brown by his next friend
8. A. Brown, filed suit In the United
States district oourt yesterday for
thirty-five thousand dollars against
the St. Louis and Ban Francisco rail-
If you are hoping to buy a home
soon, don't assume that you must wait
awhile longer—but Investigate the real
estate ads, and then you'll know.
Y. P. Hrnome, who Is practicing
law In tho ofnee with Murphy and
Noffelnger, returned yesterday from an
extended visit with hlg parents In St.
IIAI) TO HF M Alt It I I'll QUICKLY.
Tho happiest and Jollies* crowd
j ever In the ountjr court house wns
there yeaterduy when Kmmltt II.
Stevenson and Edna McMa'ns, liolli
of Parsons, Kansas, pv «.mted them-
selves at the office of He clerk of
the county co-iit for a marriage
After obtaining the licence they In-
sisted on being married right then
and there but were Informed that
County Judge Thos. Leahy was busy
and could not perforin the ceremony.
The young couple still insisted that
they be married Immediately. District
Judgo do Graffenrted was finally
persuaded to preside.
MAKING KDITORK WORK.
FARM AND CITY LOANS
LONG TiMF—EASY TERMS— PROMPT ATTENTION
Wo make our own Inspections. Muskogee city loans Inspected same
day application Is mudo. You get nil you borrow.
Sulto D, Arkansas Building, Muskogee, Oklahoma—Phono *41.
THE DEMING INVESTMENT CO.
give perfect ^
1 ACME HILLING COS f
| OKLAHOMA CITY |
tor sale at
all Grocery i
Until August 26th
Ladies' Day Friday
First Race at 3 p. m.
Muskogee Jockey Club
Irregular Dowel movements lead to
chronlo constipation and a constipat-
ed habit fills the system with impur-
ities. HERBINE is a treat liowsl
regulator. It purifies the syitein,
vital lies the blood and puts ths di-
gest Ive organs in fine, vigorous con-
dition. Pries too. Bold by Cardinal
"This fellow has a unique trick for
getting his manuscripts into more
rapid circulation," wild the editor of a
magazine the other day. "He Incloses
not one envelope addressed back to
himself, but several envelopes which
are addressed to other magazines.
"Now, in this letter I am Instructed
to send the manuscript to a certain
other publication in cuse I do not de-
cide to buy it. That other publica-
tion is in turn told In the letter which
Is oontalned in the envelope addressed
to it that It must send the manu-
script on to another magazine in case
it is not acceptable. I see that it
works well, for the man sells all of
his things somewhere or other. And
he evidently geta rid of them with a
minimum of effort and trouble on Ills
part, and in a very short time, too."—
New York Sun.
James W. Cosgrove will leave to-
day to Join his family In Missouri.
Mrs. Cosgrove and children left some
weeks ago to spend the summer with
her parents and Mr. ('osgrove will
Join them for a few weeks.
DIES ATJjlS HOME
Political Campaign Fatal to
Last Confederate General
MEMPHIS, Aug. 9.—General Geo.
W. Gordon, communder in chief of
the United Confederate veterans, and
(i member of congress, died at his
home here today. Ills Illness dated
from his last political campaign, when
he was reelected to the national house
of representatives the last general of
the confederacy to serve In thut body.
He wo* born In Gilts county, Ten-
nessee, October S, 1836. He saw much
service In the Civil war. In 188G he
was connected with the federal de-
partment of the interior, and he was
elected a member of the sixtieth con-
gress from the Tenth Tennessee dis-
trict and re-elected to the slaty-first
and sixty-second congresses.
General Gordon was chosen com-
mander in chief of the United Con-
federate veterans at the reunion of
1910 at Mobile, Ala., and was re-elect-
ed last May. Immediately after the
close of his last political campaign
General Gordon's health began to fall.
Asthma in a severe form attacked
him, uraemia developed and In his
weakened condition he could not with-
stand the added complications.
Foley Kidney Pills will check the
progress of your kidney >ind bladder
trouble and heal by i ning the
cause. Try them. Hold by n.|] druggists.
A Chicago lawyer tells of a newly
elected squire in Minnesota, who was
much elated by his honors, but not
quite sure that he could sustain them
gracefully. So for some time previous
to his assumption of the office he
hung about the courts to get a tip
now and then as to legal procedure.
One phrase struck him particularly,
and it was not long before he had an
opportunity to utilize it.
When sitting in judgment on his
first case, the testimony was all In
and the arguments made, his honor
cleared his throat and delivered him-
self of the following:
"The court takes this case under ad-
visement until next Thursday morn-
ing, when it will render a verdict in
favor of the defendant,"—Eippln-
G#t the Original and Genuine
The Food-drink for All Ages.
For Infants, Invalids, and Growing children.
Pure Nutrition, up building the whole body.
Invigorates the nursing mother and the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take in substitute. Ask (or HORLICK'S.
Not in Any Milk Truai
A LITTLE RUN.
'Twas a dull and dismal house and
—haunted, says Answers. No one
ever lived there—except, of course,
the ghost—till Blnks came; Pinks,
the Brave, who Jeered at ghosts and
scoffed at spectors.
But the first night he slept in the
dark, mysterious mansion the ghost
came. A fehrsome figure it was and
the clanking of its chains weakened
even Binks. He saw the ghostly fing-
er pointing at him and—
Two minutes later Blnks, the Brave
was breaking records on the moonlit
highway. He did the hundred yards
under ten seconds, and at the end of
a half-mile sank exhausted by the
A hollow cough sounded near him
and Blnks turned. There, by his
side, sat the ghost!
"That was a great run we had," ob-
served the spectrel one pleasantly.
You're right!" gasped Blnks. "And
if—you'll only wait—till 1 get my
breath—we'll have another one!"
Special for this Week
Spanish Mackerel 20<
Lake Trout 20f
Black Bass, fresh..
Red Snapper 17Vaf
Channel Cat 17l/a*
Fresh Halibut .... . 15^
Drum .... 13«*
Salmon .. .. 20*
Wa raoslva Fish and Oysters
Special pries for hotels and
SOUTHERN FISH & OYSTER CO.
Free Delivery Phone 140
Room T Convention Hall
Gold Crowns (the best) S.50
Bridge work (tho best $3.00
Gold fillings $1.00
Silver fillings 60c
Teeth cleaned 60o
Painless extraction 60c
All work first class and positively
guaranteed—fifteen years' experience.
Just Across from Pegram's
FOR WHITES ONLY PR. EARllAR
m„ k. a t. nr.
6:03 a. m.
5 . ,
. . 11:25 a. m.
1:02 p. m.
(:20 p. m.
1:05 a. m.
6:40 a. m.
1:02 p. m.
4:50 p. m.
9:30 p. m.
10 . .
..... 3:40 a. m.
94 . .
93 . .
No. T49 Local arrives 6:00 p. m.
No. 725 arrives 10:45 a. m.
No. 705 arrives 1:60 p. m.; departs
1 :SS p. m.
No. 761 Local departs 2:15 p. m.
No. 729 Governor departs 11:10 p. m.
No. 728 Governor arrives 7:00 a. m.
No. 712 arrives 11:05 a. m„ departs
11:10 a. m.
No. 750 Local arrives 11:55 a. m.
No. 724 departs 6:00 p. m.
No. 726 arrives 7:10 p. ra.
Please note No. 727 now leaves at
MIDLAND VALLEY HAII.HO AD
for Fort Smith 8:iu a. m. dally.
Dr. W. D. Berry
Oflire Equity Building. Rooms 211-
Practice limited to illst'it.*s of women,
110 Coon 1
from Fort Smith
a. m. dally.
No. S from Fort Smith arrlvss 1:00
p. m. dally.
No. 7 for Tulsa 8:26 a. m. dally.
No. 1 for Tulsa, Pawhuska, Arkansas
City, 11:26 p. m. dally.
No. 6 for Tulsa and Pawhuska 6:25
?. m. dally.
rora Pawhuska and Tulsa ar-
rives j 1:11 a. m. dally.
No. I from Arkansas City, Pawhuska
and Tulsa arrives 5:20 p. in. dally.
No. t from Tulsa arrives >:3t p. m.
M. O. A O. RAILWAY.
No. I from Henryetta S:30 a. m. dally.
No. 4 from Denlson 5:50 p. m. dally.
No. 6 for Wagoner 6:00 a. m. dally.
No. I for Wagoner 8:85 a. in. dally.
No. 6- for Wagoner 11:16 a. m.
(Mixed train dally except Sunday.)
No. 8 for Wagoner 8:00 p. in. dally.
No. 4 for Wagoner 6:00 p. m. dally.
No. 1 for Denlson 8:30 a. m. dally.
No. 8 for Henryetta 6:00 p. in. dally.
No. 1 from Wagoner 8:10 a. m. dally.
No. 6 from Wagoner 10:40 a. m. dally.
No. 51 front Wagoner 2:00 p. m.
(Mixed train dally except Sunday.)
No. 3 from Wagoner 4:60 p. m. dally.
No. 7 from Wagoner 8:10 p. m. dally.
Frmn \\ agones
South Bound .. North Round
No. 103 9:1# a. ro. No. 106 6:65 a. fn.
No. 191 8.00 p. m. No. 192 9 16 a. m.
vn i v ^ *£i tai . *
In the Heart of Things
In many cases you must locate a steam-
driven factory in the outskirts of a city
away from the heart of things. Either
municipal laws prescribe this or citizens
protest against the smoke nuisance, noise,
dirt, and possible boiler or flywheel explosion.
You can locate in the heart of activity by
installing electric motor drive, using our
reliable electric power.
Place your factory where access to raw
material, good shipping facilities and efficient
employees, can be readily secured.
We guarantee greater production with the
same power than is possible with steam jngine
and shafting drives, or the same production with
less power consumption.
Muskogee Gas & Electric Go.
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Means new tetter heads. Take advan-
tage of the occasion to order yours printed
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218-220 Wall Street
Phone 214 MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA
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