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lL21LLliijjJ? LjBllLl ! " d ; ' V0L, X. :HO.: 3S V1NTWL, OKLASOMiv,. " i ; .- TUESD AY, DECEMBER 31 , 1907 five oemts PEP. CZ 'NpM .j I ( . o. ate bjuruuu mm 'I t I 1 o3 i The largest assortment oi rack et goods, Dry Goods, Ladie's and Gent's Slioes at prices that will saveyou money. Bleached Muslin iUableached Muslin Calico, best grade, per Outing Flannel 11 Blankets, good size, only- --- Coniforts, good size, only-. Matches, 5 large sized boxes Cups and Saucers, per -sat- Ladies Shoes, all leather, Candy, strictly pure per pound VCU SAVE MONEY AT flpMjLt,! 'iiioAieeiR sSoht Frenk Winck&fcter 11 agiht Robber Down With His Booty eAlesterr'jOkla., Dee;;30 A de$w?- ty sheriff trove. Featherefcone browffht a mounded 'burglar here today -and had him placed in the fooEpltal. The snan-refuses tc give his .name, die wus&.ot n?t tiisht by August Tilm--merman, a justice of the peace at Feathsrstone, while robbing Ithe l&t &er!s store. - Tisaiaerman toeard theAmrglar aad tcok a Winchester and investigated. i He saw two men just in tte act of Jeavingxthe store with lilted bags, and ordered them to halt, but Uiey start ed to u:n. Tlna&erman Erad four times, .bringing owe of themi .down. The other escaped. The bags were 1 dropped i&3t outsedei the store. BEEmUHElBUnS . ' i Oklahoma--City, Ofcla., Dec 3C fwenty-threei hundred barrels of beer, valued at H,0O, belonging to the 5fw State brewery, wre today pouwd intethesewera of thlsciby Uoited State Internal , Revenue Collector Charles Howard. The brew was completed After Ok laHoma becara t state. 'he stat authorities would not permit its sale nd shipment from .the state. EMPIRE 1 f" By remembering Get them now Ewpirt i' u and xbc. 5,(6, 7 and 8c yard 6' i2c '.JSJ6t and 10c --97C .use --12C M tl?tfB LOWEST m 1 A, , ' n . t Collins, 'Leonard Collins and Will Braflhess three ywing farmer lads liv ing mear Okatah havt surrendered theauselves to Sheriff Ramsey, of Mus kogee and confessed to the. -crime of killing .Frank Inoe near Okatah on Chrtstmas..!ght. The trouWc arose over x .pretty Indian woman. IIHHE E!M FEED Linaaln, iTeb., Dec. 30 The 4iat of soaketrs for - the : IJemocratie.idollar dinner atiHasoln Jaouaryi 15, giivenin honor afWiHlam J rryan, was an- nouriceia .tadav. The followiog will peak: Covernor C. S . Haskell, Ok Jahoma: Aerry P.Sulhr,n, Des Moraes; llenry WArmrj, Ind;ampoll; Gever- nor N. P. iBroward, Florida; former i-Kenator Ttiomas M.i Patterson; SN. F. Harrison, Nebraska, and WilliaBa.J. j;an. 0'0 Z-lliiSTITIluE ftuthrie, Ofcja., Dec. 'W-A race Uju3 is watched wtoh much intesest all the state and iiaUsn, is tbe attetapt of tbeOrient toad jiow uaior course of couatr uction, to.-&omplete its line westoftDill, OUa.;-on the western border of the stt.te,Ly midnight, D cembet:U, the firise , is -the sale of 209,00)0 of the covanpaoy's bonda. Hen have been working njht andty for weeks aad tit is ttouft the reccrd In distance railroad Luiliing will have ieen broken if the eompany cotup-'etes toe line by 'Kew Years day. I! BLOCIi them with a k ' 4kW mM New Heck. Jlany.IcportaatJKatters Traasacted ;Fiiving Ordinance Passed Mayor Parks called a meeting of the City Coancil last night and submit ted a nuaober of important matters which wra speedily disposed of. All ucetnbers of t lib council were present except A4ierman.lSell. The Mayor reported that upon his visit to Guthrie he tiad prooured the Gaveruor' proclamation making Vi nita a city of first clss which was sub mitted to the council for proper ' ac tion. . J. C. fStarr, (Chairman ot the ordinance committee offered a resolu- Uoi accepting the Governor's pro c'aiatlcn. The rukjs were suspend ed and tlic resolution unanimously adoped awl Vinita ; was formally lauiH'lrf.d. Ae a city .of the first lass. After the passage of the resolution D. if. Marrs was elected councilman from thevith ward and I. D. S. Wade from-the 2nd ward and John Mahoney was e!ected,Qty Treasurer, the oath of orce was uly administered by tJhe mayor. A, paving ordinance was introduced and rales suspended and passed pro viding for the,paving of the .following descried territory: Illinois Ave. from Katr to East line of Thorn psonat-reet. '.. Wilson street from orth line of Illinois ave. to-Couth Jlneof Sequoyah Ave. . Wilson street from North line of Canadian Ave. U North liae of Dela ware Ave. Canadian A ve. Crom Katy track to la Hey IKtfeet west of Wilson street. An ordinance was passedifxing sal ary of mayor at fcS.OO per month. An ordinance was passed jjrovlding tor Police .Judge -end rules covering und definicg his duties. ? An ordiiiance was passed fixing 11 oense of Uno disposers both wholesale ,&d retail ai I50w00 per month. .An ordinance changing the salary (tfiSupt. of vaterwoks was.placed on ite second reading. The committee on.purchasirjgtbuild irg3 for Are 4epartmer.t and city hall reverted and-commlttee was disoLarg ed. No acti&n was taen on matter of purchasing, property. Jaraes Couelly was .elected I night policeman vleeSJulius.Fayiie resigned. Capt. F. ij. ilarrett ras reelected PoHae Judge. The Mayor thanked tiw members of Couoftil for tiieir quick response in at tending this cail session And for tlie speedy manner r in . which they dls patcited business. An adjournment wastaien until January th 1908. 3CiPlplE!II Insane Doctor Kills a Maji in An Operation Slphur,(tOk., Dec.. 30 Crushar has a remarkaaie case er vt. jeicji ana tel. Hyde on its hands. Dr. Hinry, a promlnenttptiysiclaa of Crusher, is In jail here caarged with the murder of 'l:an Dirgin, .a one-armed docan, wifcosa life he took ina.jiorrible Ban ner, and whiledtis believed, lie .was temporarily insane. The j)hysicfaaiwas brought to Sul phur Sunday by Sheriff Maxwell and being carefully watched, as it is fear, ed he will attempt self- destruction.- HeluryJs crime is unparalleled, the facts beltig brought out at tte inquest field today.. Jb appears that t5e doctor .was in tUs 6 Sice. operating en a laboring man's aaa- when JJirgln wha was inunicat f.i, staggered into the room and laid down on a Ued and was soon iast asleep. The doctor ctecided to operaU on the sleeping man, and calling in two men to assist him, he went to wort He cut pen jDirgin's scalp from the back of the bead aimost to the fore head, and tore away the sealp from the skull with his hands. He theu took his probe and hammered it about over the skull with a whetrock trying to find the imagined fracture. Be coming tired he sat down and smoked a cigeratte. nis two helpers at this juncture suspected the doctor's insan ity and were not able longer to endure the spectacle. Leaving the room they raised the alarm and another doctor was sent for, but he arrived two late to save Dirgin's life. He had bled to death. When searched at the jail here let ter's were found on his person which had been received a month at,o and which were unopened, indicating tfiat he had not been in sound mind for some little time.Other letters indicate that the doctor is from Pennsyl vania and that his father is a federal Jcd8 in that state. J I , Fill .I' ll L 1 i-- I j I'll .' - 111 1L mm Un Memory .of Elwood jBates 1 Fray ser, jr Who Died Cumber 27, 1907 Aicgels have borne his soul (to Hea- veqi,-and left brcken blneding hearts behind. Our sweetest flower has been plucked and taken from our home. His sweet prattle lias been hushed and his voice is stilled. jBut the flower so rudely alighted here, will blossom in Heaven's genial clime, and the music of. his voice is swelling the anthem of the blest, in the preseace of God and our Savoir.iwho said, "Suffer the lit tie childrea to come unto me." Ma .wo all be enb'ed to set .our affections en things s-beve where oer treasure is, aad to say 'from our hearts, "Thy will be done." Not now, but inithe coming years, It ciay be In tie better latiti We'H read the meaning of our tears; And there, sometime, we'll .under- WeM cateh the broken threads again, And nteh what we frave begun Heaven will the mysteries explain; And then. Oh? there; we'll under stand. We'll know why clouds instead of sun, : Were over many a cherished plan Why song was eeased when scarce be gan; T'ls there sometime, we'li under stand. Why what we long for most of all, Eludes so oft our eager hand Why hopes are crushed and castles fall; Up there sometimes, we'll under sUud. God knows the way.He holds trie key. lie guides us with unerring hand, Sometimes with tearless eyes, we'll see: Ves tliere, stand. up tliere, we'll under- Grandma. MB', UlSi ! O. UK ajaLMbX i V FOR Low Iates, No Delay We make our own examinations and pay the money on execution of papers anj examination of abstract :; s E . E INVEST Scott Building : M E N Phone 34 STATE OP OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF CUA1G. " lu the County Court within and tax Crig county, Ukiftftonia, sitting in Protnte. No. 1740 Probate. Ia tka matter of th gnardiaiiihlp of Adelia M., Teie,V enta, Clarence P., and Nita Cornatver, Minor. li-1.. Cornataer. Goardian. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE, Notice Ishereby oivek, That, in rmr uanco of au order of the County Court of the County of Craip, ytatw o Oklahoma, Wide on the 0th day of December i!)07, in the above matter, the nndAisiirned, an the guardian of the estate of the above B&roed wards, will nell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, subject to eoufinnation by said County Court, on the 4th day of January, 11)08, at 1:30 p. in., Avery-H Cfc.. J XI Lak i .11' U s obe T : C O Vioita M PAN Oklahoma at the door of the court Louse in the r of Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma, ti. entire interest in remainder belonpinn the abore'named wards in the foliownur described land, ubjet, however, o a life estate of L. L. Cornatzer aud K Te Comatzerin ufe8ion: EJ of fir scctiop 1, township 24 range 19 east, in the Cherokee N. Craig County, Oklahoma. !Said land will be tod on th fol1ovax.fr terms: One-third of the purebase t. in cash, one-third iu one yt ar and yn third in two vearg from the date of tt.o sale, the purchaser thereof givins a Efie on the estate, ftnrchae.l to the paymeut '.f t'i defer.! pave " Dated this Pth day cf In o-: ! Signed L. K t'OKKATim, ',ujnn'.. i-'y Uvi.(ii N. IU is.)-.;!', 2"-3t " IU AU-i'D7. i ' ! h ' 7 ',' '