The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 72, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 13, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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THE NEWS 40c A MONTH.
THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER OF SHAWhEL.
LOU 8. ALL.AHD,
no roaming about here.
A pottawatomie C°urtiy Prisoner
Brought to County Jail.
Oklahoma City, March 13.—Thomas
Dancer, convicted at a recent session
of the Pottawatomie county district
court for ansault with a deadly weap
on, has been brought to this city and
News Business Office, 321
Lou 3. Allard's Residence. 24ti. |lnrlB.Brt („ the county Jail, to serve his
"Entered s second class mail mutter bl ,q TecumBeh recently, lnfor
Shawnee, Oklahoma, under the act ol J
Congress of March 3, 1S73.
City Attorney—C. IS. WLOLLS
City Treasurer—W. S. SEARCH.
Polloe Judge—J. W. ATTERRUHY.
Chief of Police—LEONARD FOX.
Assessor—F. R. HYDE.
Street Commissioner—F. M. FILES.
Treasurer School Board—F. B. REED.
1st Ward—L. RUSSELL.
2d Ward—WM. ESTES.
3d Ward—F. A. HILL.
4th Ward-J. W. WAYNE.
Bth Ward—0. c. WALLACE.
6th Ward—FRANK ROODHOUSE
THE PRESS j
The Weather Clerk.
The weather clerk has apparently
lost his reckoning. When he says fair
It isn't fair worth a cent here of late.
While in Tecumseh recently, m.or- Zd Usste'
matlon was placed with Judge Bur- g \ ng caaQg now attracting
well claiming that Dancer was ben.nthem r Record.
I allowed the privilege of remaining , the public eye.
away from the county jail a portion j Qf what Account7
of the time. Acting upon the alleg , ^ ag ^ ag Methusa.
tlons made, Judge Burwell ordered faithful as Abraham, but
that the prisoner be brought to the ^ ^ - 8Qre as Job, what account
Oklahoma county jail and serve t j nayhow?—Tangier Citizen.
sentence Including the number of days jls he anyh .
that he has been absent from the Jail
Sheriff Garrison has
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1907,
THE SHAWNEE NEWS _
statement of the condition
Shawnee National Bank
As made to the Comptroller ot the Currency, at the close
Saturday January 26, 1Q07
Mayor—FRANK STEARNS. mm no "■ "
City Clerk—EMMET E. WHIT TAKER ,n Tecumseh.
— • n ™ wri.lh. received Information to hold the prls
oner when his term expires.
Be very careful of your bowels
when you have a cold. Nearly all oth-
r cough syrups are constipating, es-
pecially those containing opiates.
Kennedy's lAxatlve Cough Syrup
moves the bowels—contains NO opi-
ates. Sold by C. R. Harryman. *
There's one splendid thing about
the coming city campaign. It's bouud
to be short, unless the calendar slips,
nnd that is hardly likely—McAlester
Every newspaper In the cities of
Oklahoma re-echoes with the refrain,
"register, register." If the voters do
not do their duty, it will not be the
fault of the editors—Chickasha Daily
Time Loans - " _ .
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures
Bonds and Premiums "
Cash Advanced on Cotton $ 9j1n' e*' ' ,
Cash and Sight Exchange 340,527,3B
members school board.
1st Ward—J. H. RUFFIN.
2d Ward-THOS. WHITTAKER.
3d Ward—JOSEPH CLARK.
4th Ward—J. G. KNOUSE.
Bth Ward—G. A. STREETER.
6th Ward—E. C. STANARD.
A territorial charter was granted Express.
yesterday to Roy Jenkins & Co. of
Shawnee; capital stock $0,500; lncor- , Willing to Trade.
porators Roy Jenkins, J. H. Jenkins The Journal and Star s
E. Jenkins. Chickasha with republican leaning
w We notice our contemporary intends
For Rent. . to hew to the line, abide strictly by
50 feet by 100 feet, 27 rooms, 15 the Hepburn bill and trade no adver-
utstdo rooms, centrally located, will tising space for anything u cot
ent at reasonable price. Apply to cash. Them's our sentiments, but|
Pilcher corner of Main and Phila- If anybody has any choice, short, we
delphla' seasoned stove wood or first cl ss
It Is the duty you owe your city to
Capital Stock and Surplus Funds - _ ^mO.OO
Circulation - . 834 I3?.69
The above statement is correct. Jno. W. Jones, Cashier
( B. F. Hamilton
Attest I J. M. Aydelotte V Directors
I H. T. Douglas j
The Blue Blood of England.
The blue blood of England, like
Salry Gamp's gin and water, 1b a
little mixed. More than one woman
has stepped from the stage to lordly
halls. Harriet Mellen, the actress,
who was tbo second wife of Thomas
Coutts, the banker, became after his
death the duchess of St. Albans, and
having no children left all her wealth
to her granddaughter, who became tbo
noted philanthropist, and died the
other day as Baroness Burdett Coutts.
Some of the Royal Progeny of Charles
U„ the "Merry Monarch," wero the
Children of Noll Owynn, the player
and former orange girl, and Mrs. Jor-
dan, the comedienne celebrated by
Charles . Lamb, had sons who owned
William IV. as their father. The
duchess of Clarcarty, who died the j
other day, was Belle Bilton, an old- ^
time music hall performer, and her
offspring are, of course, noble, in the
sense of having a titled father Many
more women who have faced the foot-
lights professionally, says Boston Dud-
get. might be mentioned who have
become aristocratic dames through
marriage, thus showing that the no-
bility of England have done more
than rub elbows with the common
people. Actors, however, have not
been so fortunate as the feminine
players, and have seldom, or never,
been wedded to women of high de-
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S ABSTRACTS, I
farm anil Oil) loans: Sin MisJoJiiXJeais
W. J. RtGGS. m
\ Everything Exactly as Agreed g
109 North Broadway, Shawnee, Okla. |
o mi • M mme> o o czzd 8 c —ggs ®c®q
Our Comparative State.na.il Shwii; Growth 3? Deposits:
Western bowling congress tourna-
ment at Denver will close Thursday.
An automobile race between Los
Angeles and San Francisco, for a
purse of $6,000 will be held Thursday.
Lawrence, Mass., Kennel club show
staple groceries he would like to trade
for display ads, come around and we
will dicker.—Chickasha Journal.
If that comet must hit the earth,
it should have arrived before con-
gress made its appropriations.—Okla-
Does the Oklahoman think that the
impact might have jarred loose that
coveted 1135,000?—El Reno Ameri
Lancaster Boxing Show.
Lancaster, Pa., March 13—Kid
Locke of Philadelphia and Tommy
Lowe of Washington have been match-
' ed for the wind-up of the boxing show
to be put on tomorrow night by the
I Lancaster Athletic club.
Cost of Discovering America.
A Chicago antiquary has discover-
ed that Columbus received a salary of
$320. He estimates that the whole
cost of the expedition that found
America was about $7,000. John
Knox received a salary of $220, and a
leading lawyer in the time of Edward
IV was content with a fee which
amounted to one dollar In our money.
A sumptuous Christmas dinner could
be bought then for 17 cents. A dol-
lar went a long way in those days,
but the salaries of professional men
and the wages of laborers seem ah-
surdly meager when compared with,
the best paid ability and Bklll In these j
modern days. The good old times
says the Philadelphia Ledger, would
present no attractions to those who
Imagine there was a time when labor
was much better rewarded than it is
to-day. Despite the monopolies and
the trusts, a moderate fortune can
be acquired now more readily than
could in former times. In 18- a
man who had $20,000 was accounted
rich, and such men were very scarce.
A Base Slander
It was reported last week that Wil-
liam Johnson, candidate lor sheria
of Seminole county, was last seen in
a rank republican newspaper office in
I Maud, having cards printed. Now
will some one please point out the
'tank republican office; we'd like to
.now where it is located.—Maud Mon-
Only One Piano
According to the say of some
Dealers. We think Differently
Visit our sale rooms and you will
be convinced that we have some of the 1
Friday March 15th
I special engagement.
should be sunshine in the home, and
will be if you give it White's Cream
Vermifuge, the greatest worm medi-
cine ever offered to suffering human-
ity. This remedy is becoming the
permanent fixture of well regulated
households—A mother, with chllren
can't get along without a bottle of
jWhite's Cream Vermifuge In the
house. It Is the purest and 'oest
medicine that money can buy. Sold
by all druggists.
Masquerade Tuesday Night.
At the masquerade given at the
skating rink Tuesday night Frank
Gore won first prize for gentlemen
and William Yarrlck won llrst prize
for ladies. Some good costumes were
in evidence and the affair was quite
Mad at Bird.
Among the most recent stories of
sad interest Is that which tells that
(he constitutional convention Is mad
!at Bird McGulre about something.
I What has Bird done? He had no
1 vote, and it Is not even stated that
he had been called before the confer-
ence committee of the house and sen-
! ate when the 135 thousand was final-
ly cut out. Did the convention ex-
pect Mr. McGulre to represent it at
Washington? For along time the con-
5 vention disported Itself after the In-
dependent fashion of a hog on Ice,
and didn't appear to ask any boot of
any man under the sun. We regret
that it has concluded at the last mo-
ment to get mad at Bird.—Enid
Gordon & Bennetct's
and best terms of any dealer. Why?
Because we haven't any rent to pay
or any other expenses which add to
the cost of a piano. We sell only
guaranteed instruments. See us be-
fore you buy. Store corner Highland
and Roosevelt streets. All Bast Side
cars run within one block.
P1AN08 FOR RENT.
Husselman Piano Co.
LUELLA MOREY as SLOME, the
Daughter of Herod.
DIRECTION LeCOMTE & FLESHER.
A Superb Production of this beautiful
story of the days of our Savior.
BECKER THEATER, ONE NIGHT
Prices for this engagement only 25-
50-75c-$1 $1.50. Theater parties now
Sat., Mirch 16th
ONE NIGHT ONLY
McWATERS and TRYON
The cast Includes Marlsaay and
Rich, Pierre and Perotta.
PRICES 25c to $1.00.
estes tin shop
Skylights Metal Ce.Ung, Cornice and Sheet Metal Work, Hot Air Furnace
All K1 ids Tanks.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FREE.
ebtima to ns e Main, T*L 141
DeWitt's Little Early Risers Bcatter
the gloom of sick-headache and bil-
iousness. Sold by C. R. Harryman. •
I will plow gardens In any part of
the city at reasonable prices. Call or
address A. Q. Atkins, 712 North Okla-
The Sure Way
gavlng money enables you to itMt In business. It tides yon over
periods" f sloknesa It helps y «hen yon are ont of -t "
provides tor old age and hard hues. it guards ,o«. against extrav-
agance. It adds to cheerfulness comfort and happiness.
Union Savings Bank
A sorrel blazed face horse 10
12 years old, string haltered, from my
farm near Rock Creek, 5 mlies north
and one east of Shawnee. A reward
for same If returned to the Union war
gon yard, Shawnee.
R. M. JOHNSON.
Gen. Dei., Shawnee. 4d&w
He had no coat upon his back.
But had one on his tongue.
And Rocky Mountain Tea it's said,
Kept him from being hung.
• Shawnee Drug Co.
To prove unqo'ltlonably. and beyond any ,
that Catarrh (if tliu nos.* ami'hrost ^ I
1 am furnishing patients through drwwlsta. «maJ
1 Trifti jt()TM of Dr. Btaoop Catarrh Cure
I do this bccanae I am so certain, that nr.ShnoDI
Otarrh (Mr will bring actual lul.statitlal helft
Nothing certainly, is bo convincing as a pM
iSSc^Tu.? po^ss' uSi'tha «£wiu
thymol. Monthol. etc.. uro lnoorporntart ["to*
JSvety. or. am like Petrolatum.tmport«d by Dr.
■hoop from Europe. If 0 tarrh of Ithe
•brunt has extended to the utomaeh, then by all
SSna also use internally. Dr. 8hoor ^^rative.
Momach distress, a lark of
noting, belohina. biliousness, bad uute. etc.
■ir ly call for Dr Bhoop s R vtoratlye.
For un complicate catarrh onlyof
Ihroat nothing else, however, need be uieu but
THE BONNER STOCK CO.
T0NIGHT:-"A Country Kid"
Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights
"Down on the
Catarrh Cure j_
WALLACE MANN. [
New Specialties Between ^cis
Pries—Reverved seat 25c, General admission 15
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