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Checotah Enquirer (Newspaper) - October 11, 1907, Checotah, Oklahoma ^Official Gity Paper. CHECOTAH, "INDIAN Y, OCT. 11,*: TVOIitfME XI. NEW IDEAS FALL CLOTHI "pORthe Early Buyer A who wants first choice at the New Things Fall Clothes. in W 1 0 THE favorite suit, arid one which most every man has in his wardrobe, is the single-breasted sack. Some prefer a three and some a four-buttoned. Both are made in the Brand. We present the most attractive array of New Shades, in Browo mixtures, Checks, Greys, Blues and Blacks, in all New Things in . * . .' Correct Clothes Made in extremely fine styles, showing every curve and distinctive feature of the highest class custoni tailored garments. \A7 E are showing "the v v Newest Thmgs'm Fall Suits and o j Boys School Suits. The KanUWJear-Out Is what yourjBoy needs Our big, new1 sfcock: is opened wp and ready for you to look at. In this stock we have the kind you are looking for. Every garment is cut and made by expert tailors. The shape and style are the latest, workmanship the finest, fit perfect. . * .' Whatever you buy here has a double guarantee-Our's and the Maker's -*~*T-~----- � _----, Hutchinson Mercantile Company double-breasted sack with its long, broad lapels acd tull back, has become ohe of the oicst popular of men's gar-ir.f-.uts. 1 lie three button 2ack gives a natty ap-"cc r.inc'S. s.n'' is right o the minute in style. Bond of Gity Treasurer Approved=-=Steps Taken for Planting Trees= = Bills Allowed. Minutes of meeting of Oct. 7, 1907. Roll call showed Mayor, Recorder and all Aldermen present. Minutes or meeting of Sept. 16, read and approved. Resolution in regard to con demnation proceedings was amended by making some slight changes, Recorder reported the settling of indebtedness on school build ing account as follow?: . By- warrant to Steiger on sinking fund..... .$798 15 By warrant to 1st. National Bank sinking , 'fund.............. 201 85 By warrant due February 15, '08 for bal-7 ahce.......... .... 752 66 Recorder reported payment of the semi-annual interest of the school bonds amounting to $451. -12. Upon motion of C. W. Low-'-; ery, seconded by Thomas Walton report was received and filed. Upon motion of R. B. Robinson seconded by N. J. Huddles-ton, the Treasurer's bond.on the water works fund was fixed at $45;000.00. Motion carried. in the 1st National Bank of Che-cotah, I. T. in a seperate fund, and deposited in the name of Levy Kirkpatrick, treasurer of water works fund, said fund only to be paid out on warrants countersigned by the town Recorder. Motion carried. The following bills were presented and allowed: Carson Lumber Co. lime $ 2 25 Enquirer, printing...... 3 08 Wiley Bagg, scavenger, 4 75 Joe Parmenter, watchman*. :............. C. Oman, street work. C* Oakley, street work > J. S. Oakley, street work Cbas. Smith street work, J. D. Waldttn street work Checotah Water, Light & Ice Co., lights-. - - 121 25 Dr. J. H. McCullough, medical service- - 12 50 Or. E. T. Moore, medical service*......1 - 14 00 The discussion of the tree proposition was then taken up and the Mayor requested the ordinance committee and city attorney to confer with a committee as treasurer of water works bond with Southern Surety company Of Deniaon, Texas as surety, was submitted to the council and upon motion by C ' Kliowety seconded by N, J. Hud* dleston, same was approved* ->\ Motion by a B. Robinson seconded by 0. rW,t/JUm*i% thai money received from ^sale of Cotton Looks Good ffcThe manager of the inquirer and family had the pleasure of spending last Saturday night and Sunday with J. W. Brandon on his farm near Brush Hill, and while there had the pleasure of looking over Mr. Brandon s large field of cotton and on Monday morning watching the pickers gather the "fleecy staple." Mr. Brandon has a field of 125 acres of the finest cotton that it has ever been our privelege to see. The field is located in. the been, attended in a first class mam^jiftdas a result will yield the best of returns. Mr. Brandon is a good farmer and his bank account this fall will show that it pays to farm well. Business Change Wednesday of this week a deal was closed whereby W. J. Hen-son becomes sole owner and proprietor of the big Henson & Shay store, located on the corner of Broadway and Gentry Ave., he having purchased the half 25 00 28 00 10 50 17 35 4 00 23 40 The bond of LevyKirkpatricklfrom the Ten_ Thousand Club relative to the protecting of trees along the town streets. Upon mothion by R., B.. Robinson, seconded by N., J. Huddleaton, the matter of getting prices on ordinance* books,^ je^Vto-be I'tetefCigar 5 Cents for One $5.00 for 100 Try" one out of the GLASS JAR IRA MARSH THE DRUGGIST The ofiicial count being made by the Canvassing Board at Guthrie, which commenced on Tuesday, shows the Constitution adopted by over 108,000 majority. . Prohibition carried by 18,285 majority, while Davenport wins over Hubbard by 2,749, Mcintosh County giving him a majority of 1 over Hubbard, the vote being Davenport 557 and Hubbard 556. lii Waterjrorka bonds be,de^aited'^burned. -printed was\rflferred to the printing committee. - Upon motion hv R. B. Robinsen, seconded by N-J- Huddleston, Aooncil ad- i. in1 t i . � * /. i river bottom and is almost as interest owned by M. L. Shay, level as .a floor. The cotton This is one of the largest and stocks are about five feet tall leading general merchandise with great bolls of cotton, some * of which are open, others just tT*** and dunnK P*81 years opening, some just maturing and. has been, and is now doing an others not yet matured, waiting extensive business, but because for the sunshine to complete its '0f the fact that Mr. Shay is so WM?i' . � * "ir '' . 'situated that he cannot be locat-Already Mr. Brandon has pick-, � p. . . . ___ ed **art�X> pounds per acre �? *J*""?t he and he eafimite�.Xif
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