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Stilwell Standard (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Stilwell, Oklahoma ie and the Country 10, 1907. has hoen IV dulled to the fact tbat meh d boy s in t heir Congregate on the using and vulgar language and the an intoxicated uli of which iaa serious offense again The who are intoxicants men and should be hunted down and While I did not vote for statewide I was elected as a comer vat or of the peace pronounced showing tha the citizens believed I my I intend from this lime on as us I urn an officer in 1 w officers the good people of the low 11 of Stilwell to make it a town woman on the streets day or nig ihe insulted by some drunken The prohibition law is being rigidly unforced in thu western tho aad who will in selling intoxicants are being punished by lines of from and imprisonment from 30 to 6 We are under the aame Jaws and it is the duty of the officers the laws are - A. Police P. opened up on located in here Booth's Grist Mill was line that is and her these are but are to those ' meet our these are we will get no They are no ae made from 1 a new plato and as they actually may be ' v c At the residence of the last Sunday J. Mwb and Mr. Ira nwy popular young to splendid a large circle of them a and happy whose lives may be blessing to ihn ' ed in building a house of None but the very 3| A No. Pine until you see me. Sawmill in and A will out in twenty-four hours When i of PROGRAMME School Entertainment to be given tonight at Opera by the Public - who has been in business here several Mm next Saturday William Jennings the imperial leader of and next president of the United will address tho Oklahoma legislature by special night a banquet will bo given by the leaders of at which Haskell preside and the great Nebraskan | will be the guest of Oklahoma democracy and Mr. Music by Reading Vocal Solo Reading Male Quartett Reading Duet Solo Violin Solo Reading Solo Vocal Solo Duet Recitation Solo Reading usio by - Cora Lura J. R. - Mabel ' Ethel Hassie 3irdie - Pay - - Jason Floe Fatim a Miss Irene ' - Grace Maggie ARNOLD & WESTON LAWYERS Gome and see Office opposite Is - BUnters public is hereby warned i that no hunting or trespassing of Dannenberg | farm adjoining per aud any person caught violating this will be pros I what j H. - That Revival the made an Tuesday in 0|Miatoa with no selected as Lord's in January 1008 no selection Who? been sey of of the about the assets will be about or The singing papers have been wiUr those muni who are Register Deeds and ie in their to the will be Every body the losses A of Mr. and that - after money now over We wish to say to our many the country hb may so straighten his aud be in those business owing us are not and feeling Harried At nave treated them with Last Monday morning John of Kelso and Miss Ollie that this united .In do a strictly the holy bonds of matrimony at Thanking those who Judge Alberty our friends and have paid v We are Mr. Kelso has lived here SCOFIELD & PRIEST and will not bo placed in jail 1". Will Practice Law in all in. of People's y M. Physician - - IND. in renr o Adair County State G. W. PHYSICIAN AND 3URQE0N. Hotary And Gave Mention was made last week of. Jim Crittenden being held for years ana has been a Notice of Sector - ' the Cecil Walkingstick the employ of C S. and hafl The given that fixing his bail at He has has lived here the Books now ready years and is an for of lady and will make Kelso a year 1907t for thiB wife Town They both have a host of apd lam now ready friends here who for your v - a longhand happy married Given undeft Hiy t j - s - at night W. for the ensuing j as 0. M. John D. B. H- C r J officers the first meeting ii 1 A Renders Vi is in dne 6ul^t^emaibi|ef^
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