The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NEW".
THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1907.
SO VISITING CARDS 50c.
THE CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT AND THE
STRONG FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THIS BANK
ARE ESSENTIAL FEATURES WHICH SHOULD IN-
FLUENCE YOU N SELECTING A SAFE DEPOSI-
TORY FOR YOUR MONEY.
United States Depository
Forest Lodge, No. 17. D. of R„ are'
planning a shadow social.
Charles Hayden of Pierce City, Mo.,
is in Shawnee on business.
R. R. Cogdell of Tecumseh was
shopping in the city Thursday.
I Watch my window for bargains.
W. A. Wright, Jeweler & Optometrist
Y. P. S. C. E. Union will give a re-
ception Friday evening at the K. of
Bleuer the Jeweler la now located
at 111 North Broadway, next to post-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clark of Tecum-
seh were Shawnee visitors Wednes-
See Bleuer's handsome new quar-
ters at 111 North Broadway, next to
Louis Cohen has moved his family
from Tecumseh to this city, arriving
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve undoubtedly the best relief for
Piles. Sold by C. R. Harryman. •
• WEATHER FORECA8T. $
Friday fair and
7 a. m., 62; 10 a. m., 66; 12
i., 60; 3 p. m., 70. }
Experience social Friday, March 15,
at yje home of Mrs. E. S. Stockwell,
1205 North Broadway.
Bleuer th Jeweler has mivel. Ho
may mw d<s found at .111 No th Broad-
U. S. Attorney John Embry and F.
H. Havens of Tecumseh attended
,'Parsifal" at the Becker last night
Wanted, a young lady to work In the
store and play the piano.
9-tf W. A. WRIGHT.
I know not how the truth may be,
I tell the tale as was told to me.
W. B. Galslde of Guthrie is in Shaw-
W. Esllck was in Tecumseh Wednes-
Special bargains in my window ev-
ery day from 3 to 4. W. A. Wright ltf
H. M. Cowesberry
In the city.
of Memphis Is
A young woman wanted to do so-
liciting at the News office.
Mike Ryan was a Tecumseh visitor
Dr. J. P. Nasboro was a Tecumseh
J. P. McKano of MllwaaV.ee was
the city Tuesday
Phone 23 Skldool Banner Elec. Co.
Wire them and they'll wire you. 8-2w
B. F. Bache of Oklahoma City Is
visiting In Shawnee.
Miss Louise Beville
City Is in Shawnee.
Mrs. Simpson, dressmaking, 309 N
Market. Phone 809. 201m
J. T. Boland of St. LouU was in
the city Wednesday.
The ground hog has been getting
F. E. Rossiter of South McAlester )n Bome pretty g00(, „ckg on the ta„
is a visitor in the city.
Order your Easter Suits now of
end of the six weeks.
Saturday special bargains In my
Krelllng, the tailor, 110 N. Union. 6-tf window. W. A. Wrigh
J. E. Finny of Guthrie is In Shaw-
nee on a business trip.
Mrs. Godlrey was a business visitor
in Oklahoma City Wednesday.
A boy who wants to learn the print-
ing business, call at The News office
and enquire about same.
The ladles of the Episcopal church
will have a bazaar and dinner Thurs-
day, April 1. 14-6t
S. H. Harrelson of Oklahoma City
is visiting in Shawnee.
W. R. Daren of Konawa was call-
ing on Shawnee friends this week.
A young man to do collecting want-
ed at The News office. 25-tf
in Shawnee this week.
Carpet weaving neatly done at 819
South Park street. Rates reasonable.
Mrs. Kirkpatrlck of Wanette arrived
Wednesday for a visit with Shawnee
Gate City Lodge, No. 120, D. of
R., will give a box social March 21
at Odd Fellows hall, North Broadway
Bleuer the Jeweler has removej to
111 North Broadway, next to post-
Keltman of Dayton, Ohio, is ' office. 27-tf
J. R. Steele, with the Gilley Hard-
Mrs. J. H. White of Lawton Is at j -ware Co. of Kansas City was in Shaw-
the Shawnee hospital for treJtruent. nee Tuesday and Wednesday on busi-
THE MARKET REPORT
Pa., in October, 1859. For fifty years
Captain Stepenson has been drilling
by McMillan &
Thirty Miles of Road.
Altus, Okla., March 14—The Wichi-
ta Falls and Northwestern railroaiY 1 oil wells and has worked in thirty
Co., building from Wichita Falls, Texas, different states, ranging from Boston
| with Altus as Its northern terminus, to Los Angeles. He came to Oklaho-
i has completed thirty miles of road out ma nearly four years ago, having de-
New York Cotton Market. '°' "s Texas terminus nnd work has cided to spend his declining years in
900 975 958 964-65 been commenced on a large steel the great new west.
967 9g4 966 969-7U bridge across the Red river. About —
| six miles of track has been laid on There are chicken thieves in the
New Orleans Cotton Market this side of the river, and the soad north part of the city, who seem to be
1037 1048 1034 1039-40 will be continued to Frederick and doing a thriving business, as the care-
1049 1062 1048
1052-53 Altus as rapidly as labor can do It ful housewives In that end of the town
I The road will traverse a portion of can testify. It is a pity to do tlie
New York spots, mids., 11.25.
New Orleans spots, mids., 10 9-16.
| the "Big Pasture." Just whether an work of raising a fine lot of chickens,
• extension of this road on to Oklahoma1 and then have some one steal them.
j City will be the final outcome, is be-'
ling speculated upon now in railroad Organizing Orchestra and Band.
1 circles, but it is the belief that it1 a twelve piece orchestra is being or-
woudl furnish an Invaluable begli!- ganized In Shawnee by Prof. Charles
Cashed $40 and Skipped.
A young man from Canton, Tenn.
dropped into Shawnee the other day,
and after gaining the good graces of a ning for the Oklahoma City and Wich- Nltschke, who will move here from
drummer secured an introduction to a ita Falls project on foot here about Guthrie. When the orchestra Is com-
local clothing clerk. After a brief two years ago. pleted work will be started on a band
acquaintance the man fr6m Tennes-1 organization. The first meeting will
see got the clerk to indorse two The Oldest Oil Operator. |be at the homo of Dr. Wells Tuesday
checks amounting to $40. Money was Cleveland, Okla., March 14.—Capt, night.
obtained and the Tennesseean took Alex Stephenson, now in the hotel
himself to other parts. Later It was business at Cleveland, Is one of the It flows like fire through your veins;
discovered that the checks were oldest oil experts in the business, and It does the work. If you're wasting
worthless and the police were put on bears the distinction of having put away day by day, take Holllster's
to the trail. But no clues have been down the first oil well in the history Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea
found so far, and the clothing clerk of the world. This was at Tltusville, or Tahlots. Shawnee Drug Co *
Is out $40, with everything In favor of
staying that way.
THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE HAS
For 30 Years It Was Leslie's Popular
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Never before has such a brilliant
group been gathered together, and they
re not only contributing themselves,
ut are filling the magazine with the
ery best novels and short stories and
great timely articles by other famous
writers and beautiful pictures by great
A Great Bargain.
The regular price for the twelve
numbers of The American Magazine is
$1.20—little enough as it is, but for a
limited time you can get the November
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Think of ltl Think of the quality of
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98 short stories, 2$ poesss, 70 timely ar-
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The Mammoth Millinery Dept
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TWO nice front office rooms to
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Cut this offer out, write your name
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Dwlght Mauny of Rockford, 111., Is
visiting friends in the city.
Try the Nsw «ame.
A new game, which Is attracting
much attention, and which bids fair
27-tf Ito become quite popular everywhere,
lis played In this wise: Take a sheet
Miss Lois Meridith, leading lady <,f binary writing paper and fold it
I with the Bonner Stock Co., is in St. .«« ftiUy. inclosing a bank note suffi-
James Adams of Haileyville was |Louls_ ca„ed thcre by thc dca£h or ;clent to pay all arrears and a year In
calling on Shawnee friends this week. j]er mother. j advance, and then mall it to the editor
] [The trick works like a charm—try it
oa the 8ha-.vnee News editor. '
For weak kidneys ana lame back | Speclal bargains from 3 to 4 every
use DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder afterLOOn tn my wndow. W. A.
I have for sale If taken at once,
200 feet east front in 900 block on Pills. Best for lumbago, rheumatism Wri<rht ToweW > fintranetrlut
North Broadway. Price $2,500. F. and bladder troubles. Sold by C. R. j '
R. Hyde. 12-6t Harryman.
♦#■"1 YOU WANT to plump your
purse with dollars saved in
• Bargains, read and take ad-
vantage of our Mid Month Grocery
Sale which bpgins, SATURDAY
MORNING, the 16th. Theadver-
tisement will appear in this paper
C. O. D. Grocery
Our Phone is Listening
"A 8pring Chicken" Co.
"A Spring Chicken" Co. which
comes to the Becker Theater Friday
March 16. Is a company of unequaled
The comedy Is good and
the music fine. All in all it Is
round of mirth and laughter from the
time the curtain rises till It drops.
Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer, Judge . __ ... , .
' Among the many song hits Introduced
Burwell and Miss Mossman of Tecum- ! . , , , .. n
are the following; You are the One
seh, witnessed "Parsifal" at the Bee
Floyd Thomas, who has been tak-
ing treatment in this city the past few excejiencg
weeks, has returned to his home In
Marshall, O. T.
Iter last night.
All chlnaware at coat in order to
make room for other goods. W. A.
Wright, Jeweler & Optometrist 1-tf
for Me," "The Sling Slang Girl," and
Miss Lois Meridith, leading lady
with the Bonner Stock Co., was called
to her home In St. Louis, Mo., Mon-
day night owing to the serious illness
of her mother, and upon her arrival
there she learned the sad news that
her mother had passed away. She
has the sympathy of her many friends
in this her hour of trouble.
Miss Fannie Romberg, who has been
ill for the past week at her home on
Pesotum, was removed today to the
city hospital, where an operation may
be performed, unless there Is an im-
mediate change for the better In her
FOR SALE—$70 cash certificate on
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1907, newspaper, March 14, 1907; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106356/m1/5/: accessed September 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.