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Checotah Enquirer (Newspaper) - July 20, 1906, Checotah, Oklahoma ?-LL,U___Mil. Official City Paper. CHECOTAH, INDIAN t TERRITORY," FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1906 VOLUME X. NUMBER 39 5 Clearance Sale Until Saturday, July 21st. This Sale is of Importance to Every Dry Goods and Clothing buyer in Checotah and vicinity. The fact that we always show our patrons new, stylish, up-to-date merchandise, is a prominant factor in our. success. We do this only by effecf;ve Clean-ups at the end of each season. July will be continued Until Saturday. July 21st. It is Our Policy not to Carry any Goods OVCr. We live up to this policy, as hundreds of our patrons in Checotah and tributary, can testify. Our methods are open and above board. We have nothing to conceal from the public. During this "After-season selling period", every article advertised will be marked in plain figures. The Reduction from our Regular Prices will Range from 25 to 50 per. cent. We've had a phenomenally big spring business and now we must pocket a loss, in the interest of modern merchandising. We have but one object in view- The absolute, complete Clearance of all Spring and Summer Weighis. HUTCHINSON MER. CO. ^4*4*4*4*4*4*^^^^4*4*^4**1**1* ^4*4*4*4^4*4*4*4*4*4^ ^4*4*4*4*4*4*^4*4*4*4* 3^ CONTRACT LET Building of Ntw Home Addition to begin thortly - To be Completed in five flontha. The Board of Trustees of the I. 0. 0. F. Home met in this city Monday and let the contract for building the new addition to the Orphan Home. A full attendance of the Board which consists of the following gentlemen was present: Grand Master B. F. LaFayette of Che-cotan, chairman, J. A. Rose of ChicWasha, Past Grand Master, W. F. deCardoba of Tishomingo, B. B. Burnette, Grand Treasurer of Sapulpa, and Geo.W. Mowbray*] The contract was awarded to T. K. Williams of Okmulgee for $13569, and the heating and plumming to Weeks Bros, of Ard more for $2975. Other bids submitted were, for construction; Vogle and Hosner of Muskogee $15076, Likowski and Allen!of Checotah $17136, Muskogee Mill and Construction Co. of Muskogee $14255, Wm Lowe of Checotah $17700 and and J. M. Chitwood of McAlester $15500. For ^eating and plumming Eureka Plumming Co. of Tulsa $2972, SC. P. Hollingaworth of Muskogee $3141, Independent Construction Co. $3457,92, and Penny .& Wade of Chickasha $4735,25. The contract calls for the completion of the wo-k within five months from the date of the contract consequently the 'building will shortly be commenced. The addition Is to be built on the north of the present building and will be 40 x 80 feet and two stories high with abasement. The foundation is to be of concrete and the walls of brick. In the basement will be located the kitchen, dining room, gymnasium, Laundry and store rooms. The first floor will contain the school room on the north 23 x 37 1-2 in dimensions, with modern, lighting necessary for the best school work. The remainder of the floor will be used for the offices, Matron's room and bed rooms, a porch will extend the entire length of the building on the cast. On the second floor will be located two hospital rooms, one for the boys and one for the girls. These rooms will be located in the south end of the building and the north end of the building will contain an assembly room 40 x -30 feet onto which will be joined the library room with folding doors between so that the two can be thrown into one, shelves will be constructed in the walls of the Library for the haudling of the books that will be install-ed. The entire building will be equipped with water works, electric lights a local telephone exchange and a sewerage system. The water for the water works will be secured from a large tank that is to be built on the northeast part of the farm and will be pumped to the building by a gasoline engine that will be installed. On each floor of the building will be built bath rooms and lavatorys which will be connected with the sewer. When the building is completed it will be one of the finest in the New State and will not only be a credit to the order to which it belongs but will be something to which Checotah may point to with pride and something in which every citizen of Checotah should and wilJLbe 4�itly*-proud. Council In Session The City Council met,in regular session Monday night, with all members present except Mayor Faulkner. In tjie absence of the Mayor Recorder J. B. Morrow presided and B.J. Vance was elected Recorder pro. tern. After the reading and adoption of the minuts of the last session the report of the Sanitary committee refering to the dumping grounds was taken up and on motion the committee was instructs to investigate the condition of the road leading to the dumping grounds as it was reported by the scavenger that it was impossible for him to reach the grounds. The printing committee reported that the printing had been let to the Enquirer and submitted a schedule of the prices for the various kinds of printing. On motion Alderman Adams seconded by Alderman Rinnert the report was refered back to the committee with instructions to receive bids from both papers. A petition from 218 citizens of the town relating to license on the "Uno" and "lno" joints was received and filled. On motion the following bills were allowed; W. I. Cook, for lumber $14.58 N. J, Jarvis, work on streets $62.75 Checotah Water, Light & Ice Co. $103.25 W. I. Cook service as Alderman 5 meetings $10.00 E. H. Likowski service as Alderman 5 meetings $10.00 J. F. Adams service as Alderman 5 meetings $10.00 L. G. Rinnert service as Alderman 5 meetings $10.00 B. J Vance service as Alderman 5 meetings $10.00 Total $50.00 Frank Payn city Scavenger $5.75 On motion the street and alley committee was authorized to purchase a wheel scraper for the city. Out of Courtesy to the Mayor who was absent the consideration of the pending ordinances were defered until his return. Checotah Takes The Game Checotah won over Eufaula in the base ball game Monday by the score of 8 to 2, Ballew was in the box for the locals and was not responsible for the runs the Eufaula boys made as his pitching was easily the feature of the game. Deere was on the slab for (/Eufaula and pitched a star game and had both pitchers received the support they should have had it would have been a 2-0 game in favor of Checotah. The Eufaula team has been muchly advertised as being the star ameture team of the B. I. T. but it was the general opinion of the crowd that the proposition that they tc ok hold of in Checotah was a little to hot for them to handle and one of the lookers on was heard to recommend Bond Switch, Oktaha and other towns Eufaulas size if she desires to keep her reputation- A writeup of the game would not be complete without mentioning Eufaula's human talking machine on first base, Dr. Dippy of comic section fame, there was something doing all the time in his direction, not ball playing, just talk and we recommend that Eufaula take him along in the future as a mascot only. Checotah's team has had very little practice several.of the boys not having been on the diamond this year and if the people of this community will give them the support and backing that they deserve so as to encourage them to get games we will have ! one of the best teams in the ; Indian Territory. Attended Republican fleeting N. G. Turk went to Guthrie Oklahoma Sunday to attend a meeting of the Oklahoma Republican central committee. The next meeting will be held the 30th and 40th of this month at Bartlesville where the Indian Territory and Oklahoma Republican Clubs will probably be con-colidated. j Ready for market ! In this issue of the Enquirer will be found the announcement of R. Y. Audd "the Peace King" in which he informs the public l that he has 4000 bushels of fine j Elberta peaches now ready for ; the market. J Mr. Audd's orchard is the largest peach orchard in the Territory and the fruit that he grows is equal to any grown in the Central States and takes second place only with the fine fruit of Cali-, fornia. I This large orchard is located within a half mile of Checotah j and furnishes employment for a i large number of people. | In former years Mr. Audd has i been shipping his fruit to markets j in other states but last year he changed the order and found a market almost entirely within the Territory and this year he will follow the same method as it has proven more profitable than' outside markets. Boy Hurt While hauling a load of dirt to the I. O. O. F. home Wednesday, Earl Napper one of the boys living there was thrown under the wagon and the back wheel passing almost over his body. Hs was quickly carried into N. G. Turks office and Dr. Reid made a hasty examination. Dr. Gardner soon arrived and had the boy carried to the Home. It seems as if the dirt, young Napper was sitting on gave way causing him to slip between the wheel. Dr. Gardner reports that there are no internal injuries and that today (Friday) he is much improved. Uno Talk is cheap, but it takes money to buy...........lumber........... but our "Easy on the Purse Prices" will enable you to get more lumber, lath, shingles, sash, doors;" fiaint, oils and window glass for less money than you can buy from others, no matter who or where: let us show and convince you. Geor D. Hope Lumber Co. J. N. Gossard, Manager.. 39-2t N.G.Turk. j. d. FAUiikWuR. n/g�. TURK Si. CO. Insurance and Real Estate First National Bank Building. Farm and city property bought and sold. Longtime loan on real estate. Legal instruments of all kinds executed NOTARY PUBLIC
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