The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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THE NEWS 40c A MONTH.
THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1 07.
THE SHAWNEE NEW*
TllfOFFICIAL CITY PAPER OF SHAWNEE.
LOU S. ALLARD, • Publisher
News Business Office, 321.
Lou 8. Allard's Residence. 246.
Entered as second class mall matter
Shawnee, Oklahoma, under the act of
Congress of March 3, 1879.
for his country the right to vote. The
theory of the delegates on the soldier
proposition Is evidently an effort to
discourage men from Joining the fed-
The Twelve Apostles at Guthrie
have a task on their hands In getting
their constitution before the people
for fair consldi ration that might well
have challenged the original dozen
were they to behold Haskell and his
stout warriors of worldly ambitions
legislating for eternity.
WITH SKULL CRUSHED.
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mini n miM'
City Clerk—EMMET E. WHITTAKER
City Attorney—C. E. WELLS.
City Treasurer—W. S. SEARCH.
Police Judge—J. W. ATTERBURY,
Chief of Police—LEONARD FOX.
Assessor—P. R. HYDE.
Street Commissioner—F. M. FILES.
Treasurer School Board—F. B. REED.
In the dark and silent life of some
men beauty and fellowship are un-
known. If you would be happy and
centented boost yourself, boost your
neighbor, boost your city, and boost
everything you can touch. The hab-
it of boosting Ib much pleasanter and
lrss strenuous than knocking. Boost
and the world boosts with you, knock
and you knock alone.
1st Ward—L. RUSSELL.
2d Ward—WM. ESTES.
Sd Ward—F. A. HILL.
4th Ward—J. W. WAYNE.
6th Ward—0. C. WALLACE.
6th Ward—FRANK ROODHOUSE.
Prominent Banker In Shawnee.
Thomas L. Randolph, president of
the Commonwealth Trust company of
St. Louis, Is In Shawnee on a busi-
ness trip. Mr. Randolph Is a large
stockholder in the Shawnee cotton oil
mill and has other business interests
in this city. He is many tlmis a mil-
lionaire and is a great believer in the
future of a "Greater Shawnee."
MEMBERS 8CH00L BOARD.
1st Ward—J. H. RUFFIN.
2d Ward—THOS. WHITTAKER.
3d Ward—JOSEPH CLARK.
4th Ward—J. G. KNOUSE.
6th Ward-O. A. STREETER.
6th Ward—E. C. STANARD.
Deimas and Jerome are playing a
game that makes a poker game be-
tween card sharks look tame.
Body of W. W. orr, a Young Man,
Found Dead on Floor of Barn.
Prescott, March 14.—W. W. Orr, a
young man about 25 years of age, w.w
found dead upon the floor of the ham
at the home of his father at Mt. M r!a
twelve miles southeast of PreBCOtt.
Orr's skull was crushed, and be had
evidently bren dead some *.ime when
his body was discovered.
The manner in which Orr met his
death la a complete mystery, and all
efforts to determine the cause of his
death have failed. One theory is
that he was murdered, but this idea
has almost been abandoned by the
officers. Sheriff Hood was notifleJ
and went to the scene immediately.1
He secured bloodhounds from Cam
den, but they were unable to pick up j
There are two other theories av to
the cause of Orr's death. One ts that'
he fell from a loft in the barn a-.id
the other is that he was kicked by a
mule. Sheriff Hood is inclined to the (
Orr had spent the past five y«ais
In Little Rock, where he was employ-
ed In an insurance office. He left.
Little Rock about three weeks igo
and returned to the home of his ^
Iowa Miners' Convention.
Dos Moines, la., March 14.—The
tenth annual convention of District 13,
United Mine Workers of America, op-
ened in Odd Fellows hall this mornlns
with a full representation of delegates
from all the locals. The sessions will
continue several days and will be held j
behind closed doors. Many impor-
tant matters of interest to the miners >
of the state will be discussed.
It flows like fire through your veins;
it does the work. If you're wasting
away day by day, take Hollister s
Rocky Mountain Tea. 36 cents, Tea
or Tablets. Shawnee TV-he Co *
It is the duty you owe your city to |
The constitutional convention just
hates to quit. That legislating habit
has become a second nature with the
No Rock Island official neglects to
visit Shawnee on every opportunity.
The city and the railroad are pals
in the work of making a "Greater
Our streets are certainly in baa
shape so far as cleanliness is concern-
ed. Something should be done to
remedy the unsightly dirt and trash
spoiling the looks of Shawnee's paved
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S ABSTRACTS. !
Farm and City loans; Six Months to SiX Years
© Everything Exactly as Agreed
109 North Broadway, Shawnee, Okla.
Qgnfi re n r^agflB
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Shawnee National Bank
As made to the Comptroller of the Currency, at the close
Saturday January 26, 1907
Time Loans - -
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures
Bonds and Premiums
Cash Advanced on Cotton $ 91,197.40
Cash and Sight Exchange 340,527,38
Capital Stock and Surplus Funds
Circulation - -
The above statement is correct. Jno. W. Jones, Cashier
iB. F. Hamilton
J. M. Aydelotte V Directors
H. T. Douglas J
Our Comparative Statement Shswin* Growth of Deposits:
JOHN BROWN'S BODY.
Extend Arkansas Legislature.
Little Rock, Ark., March 14.—The
Will Still Moulder In the Grave With-1 Arkansas genral assembly expires to-
out a Monument to His Memory. ''lay but will be continued in extraor-
Topeka, Kan., March 14.—When the 'Unary session for sixty days, a reso-
learned iZThJ nTt'lTe ^ appropriation to enct a statue to John latta providing for the extension ha.
, cn nr.ffi„at i crowd as the I"-0™ failed in the legislature, Sena- ing been passed by both houses. This
constitutional convention delegates, .tor Waggoner, who introduced the bill will make the session the longest con-
asked the senators anrl representa- tinuously held in the state.
tives to follow him, all singing: "John
"The is nothing new under the sun"
according to the great Sullican, but
we are inclinod to believe that ouv-
New Millinery Store.
Saturday, March 16, Mrs. S. W. God-
Those parties so rude as to scare
the Washlngtonian by Hashing a five Rrown's Body Lies Mouldering in tne
cent candy star on him ought to have Grave," went to the committee room.
more regard for the tender nervous
system of our senators and represen- Hoch. The item was stricken out of stock of millinery, strictly up to date
... the appropriation bill, however. J fresh from New York, at 214 East
'' " j Main street. All ladles are urged to
"If you want to boost get under-
neath," says George Ade, which trans- -- -—— — - I
Only One Piano
According to the ay of some
Dolors. VVc think Differently
Visit our sale rooms and you will
be convinced that we have some of the
very best and oldest eastern made
pianos. Can give the lowest prices
How to Remain Young. j inspect this magnificent stock. A
To continue young in health and trial purchase will be appreciated.
luted means that all men can't be strength, do as Mrs. N. F. Dowan, Mc-
bell-cows. Some must lead and oth- Oonougb. Qa„ did. She says: "Three
ers follow in the. work of building n bottles of Electric Dltter. cured me of ,
chronic liver and stomach trouble.
Jesse Grant for president on the
Found at Last.
J. A. Harmon, of Llzemore, West
complicated with such an unhealthy Va., says: "At last I have found the
condition of the blood that my skin perfect pill that never disappoints me;
democratic ticket sounds like Jeff turned rert a3 1 *m now P™ "nd for the b, netlt °f °thBr8 •®lcted
the renubllcan ticket for tlc«"y 20 years y°unBer than bsfore with torpid liver and chronic constlpa- j ^ ,
Howpvlr nnd Teff ' took Electric mtera I can now do Ion, will say: Take Dr. King's New and best terms of any dealer.
all my work with ease and assist In Life Pills." Guaranteed satisfactory. Because we haven't any rent to pay
my husband's store." Guaranteed at 26c at all drug stores. • or any other expenses which add to
— the cost of a piano. We sell only
School of Design for Instructing lo guaranteed Instruments. See us be-
stand poor show beside Roosevelt and
Bryan as nominees.
Friday March 15th
Gordon & Bennett's
LUELLA MOREY as SLOME, the
Daughter of Herod.
DIRECTION LeCOMTE & FLESHER.
A Suoerb Production of this beautiful
story of the~days of our Savior.
Press agents are in demand in Ok-
lahoma politics at present. Every
candidate considers his friend of the
printers' Ink brigade the most essen-,
tlal man on his staff.
advertising, for success.
all drug stores." Price 60c.
Loi Angeles Spreading Out.
Los Angeles, Cal., March 14.—A
Store corner Highland
Architect and Mechanical Drawings fore you buy.
^ Also make plana, specifications, de and Roosevelt streets. All East Side
special election Is being held here to- tails for the construction Jf all classes cars run wlthln^one^ blocfc
NothIng°llke dB? t0 vote on the Proposition of con- of buildings, public or private, by J
' ' solldatlng 8an Pedro, a coast town 24 E. Fleming, 219 E.
Prices for this engagement only 25-
50-75c-$1$1.50. Theater parties now
Main street, up
The Farmers' Union and the Labor
stairs, Shawnee, Okla.
For Sale or Rent.
A lease In the Seminole, 40 acres In
cultivation and 36 in pasture. Rent
mileB south, with Los Angeles. Under
the state law, If the consolidation el-
TJnlon of the new state are two organ-!ectlon 18 successful, as It promts, s to
Nations that make headquarters In *>, It must be immediately followed
Shawnee and with the democratic b* a general election for all city of-
state headquarters coming from Okla- flce«. vacating all the offices filled "t half cash, balance on times, terms
homa City we shall witness our city December election. Every officKl reasonable. If sold at once a great
from mayor to councilman will be bargain. Address John Luthey, Lit.
forced to make his campaign over j tie, I. T.
again, or retire.
It was kind indeed of the constitu- DeWltt's Little Early Risers scatter
tional convention to grant the aged' the gloom of sick-headache and bll-
and retired veteran who has bled lousnesi. Sold by C. R. Harryman. •
political mecca of Oklaho-
PIANOS FOR RENT.
The \Sure Wa;
Baring money enables you to start In buslnc«« '■ ;-ov >er
pei tods of sickness. It helps y -vhen vou '*• out of work. It
pro.'ldee for old age and hard imes. It guaru . kgnlost extrav-
agance. It adds to cheerfulness comfort and happiness.
Union Saving's Bank
Second class colonist rates one way,
to Mexico, California and the north-
west, on sale March 1 to April SO and
September 1 to October 31.
I ami Angeles, San Franclsoo and re-
turn. $60, on sale April 25 to May 18,
Seattle and Spokane,
return, on sale June 20
to July 12,
For further particulars see George
P. Nelson, Agent
ftotn la the head—pain anywhere, hat it caoM
pain Is congest! on, pain U blood pressure—nothing
else usually. At loasl, so an Dr. 8hoop. and to
It he hai created a little pink tablet. Thai
—called Dr. Shoop's Headache Table*—
;*• blood preuure away from pain centers.
•flectlscharroIn*, pleasingly delightful. Gently,
b aalely, It surely equalises the blood cixafr
tf ron hare a headache, tt's blood pressure.
D tt*t painful poriods with women. samo cause,
tf yoa are sleepless. restless. nervous. It e bloo4
OBgeetlon-— blood preuure. That surely la a
rtalnty. for Dr. Bhoop's Headache Tablets Hot
Ib *> minutes, and the tablets simply distribuls
• unnatural blood pressure.
Bruise your Any er. and doesn't It lot red. aa4
ell. aad pain yout Of courts It does. If s eos*
adoQ. blood pressure. You'll find it where pafei
—felwayt. It's simply Common Sense.
We sell at oents. and cheerfullj recommeafl
Sat., March i6th
ONE NIGHT ONLY
McWATERS and TRYON
The cast Includes Marlssay and
Rich, Pierre and Perotta.
PRICES 25c to $1.00.
ESTES TIN SHOP
Skylights, Metal Celling, Cornice and Sheet Metal Work, Hot Air Furnaces
All Klids Tanks.
ESTIMATES FURNI8HED FREE.
Terms Cash *2* • Main, TeL 141
a AT THE
THE BONNER STOCK CO.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights
"Down on the
New Specialties Between Acts
Pries—Rcverved seat 25c, General admission 15
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