The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1907 Page: 6 of 8
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THI SHAWNM NEWS.
3 T Ml S
i everybodys space
| General Butilneite. Three Line* It
I Times 25c, Payable In Advance
NSULTED A GIRL1
Stuff Voters, Not Boxei.
Jackson, Tenn., March 14.—Hot cof-
fee and sandwiches, instead of the
customary "forty rod" and cigars, are
being used by the temperance women
Washington, March 14.-A new tQ(lay tQ lur0 yoter8 to the polls In
phase of the California school problem an elect,on tQ declde whether Jack.
| lias been presented by a report from 8Qn ,g ^ fae wet Qr dry An enthu.
the federal postal authorities at San glagUo t(jmperauce campalgIli led by
FranclBco announcing the arrest of
Preventlca" will promptly check a prauk Mukai, a Japanese student at
Mrs. Nannie E. Curtias of Sherman,
I , . . . , I Texas, national lecturer of the Wo-
■ | cold or the grippe when taken early the publlc Bchooi8 ot M111 valley, Cai. 1 , rhrlll„an TemDei.auce Union
roll KENT—Furnished rooms with or at Ule ...Qet.ze gtag6... P Uca (m a churge Qf vlo,atlng th# fcderal ^ ^ ^ ^
cure seated cold* « well. Preven- atatutes by sending obscene matter
first class board. 202 N. Market. 13-3t
FOK RENT—2 rooms nicely fur-
nished, ground floor. 218 N. Bell
FOR RENT—Upstairs room, 17* A
suitable tor lodge or storage room.
No 3 East Main street
, ,„ . .. . * and the antl-saloon crusaders are cer-
tlc, are little candy cold cure tableU, through the mallB. It 1b alleged that (alQ Qf v,ctory The galooa men ad.
and Dr. Shoop, Racine. Wis. will MuUal> who „ 18 years of age, wrote ^ d(jfeat but a],fge that the eIec.
gladly mall you aamples and • book , letter containing vilely offensive t)on wag megaUy ca„ed and wW not
on colds free, if you will write nlm. proposals to May Havelock, who Is 14 effective
The samples prove their merit. Check yearB old, and attends the same school
early colds with Preventlcs and stop Tho yeuow boy has been held In ball
pneumonia. Sold In 6c and 25c boxes bonds of $1,000 to await the action
by Wallace Mann.
FOR RENT—Office rooms, all mod-1
ern conveniences, neatly papered.
Eckel building, Main street. Conser-
vative Lean & Abstract Co. 6-lm
FOR RENT—5 or 6 room house on
street car line for rent Call at 833
FOR RENT—A good store room on
North Broadway. Apply at Geo. Graff's
City Meat Market.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS—6
acres, one mile west from the C. R.
I. & P. shops, with good three room
house, splendid wator, new stable and
hen house, two acres orchard and lots
of small fruit, orchard fenced with
fence 20 wires high, will sell cheap
If sold soon. See A. H. Hurford. 8-6t
FOR SALE—The lots on the corner
of Broadway and Tenth street Apply
to L. C. Birch. 23tf
FARM FOR SALE—Eighty acres
close to city cheap. Five years
twelve hundred dollars at seven pei
cent. Address Box 104 or call at 220
North Beard street, Shawnee. 11-lrn
King of All Cough Msdiclnes.
Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier ot
of the next federal grand jury at San Cgnton Center Conn whQ hag been ,n
I Francisco. Mukai bases his defense' g n s gerT,ce for about >llt6en
on the plea that such proposals as he!yearg> gayg; „We haye tr,ed many
made are not considered offensive in COUKh med|clnes for croup, but Cham-
| his country. It is reported that the ■ berlaIn.g Cough Remedy ^ „f
I 'ad narrowly escaped lynching by a „ and on(j tQ bg re„ed upon ey0ry
i1,lol) of M1U Valley men Ume We glg() flnd ^ the begt rem£
United States Court of Claims wh° declare that ®°"duct on tha,for coughs and colds, giving certain
Th«. rut.ll.lmrs or Web.t*r'. inter,..,i„n.. P"t of Japanese students Is very com-!regultg ftnd |eav|ng
no bad after ef-|
Dictionaryuiii'^otlmtit • Hi,,fiu;i.tJ;e|K>pu |nion and that they have been saved fecta „ pqr 8ale by qwj Drug store,
j the soda fountain'
It seems strange to talk ab ut the soda business this time of the
year, but we never close our fountain.
In fact, our fountain busness now Is about as good as It was
last summer, which all goes to prove that we are serving good
We know we must be for folks say so, and keep coming. We
always have Steffen's Cream and the latest drinks. If you are not
patronizing our bright, sparkling, clean, snappy fountain, you are
missing the best there Is In this line.
WALLACE MANN ! 1
Opposite City Hall | «« 1
from punishment only by the aversion
of tho victim to notoriety.
The News—No Pure Drug Cough
Cure Laws would be needed, If all
.h'tnil.niul vHHtlyenriehe<l Inevory purl,
tho purpose of adapting it to imwt tho lamer
iind mc-voici* leciuiiviiiouUioCuuother geueiu-
Wo lire of tlio opinion thnttlilft nlh'jrntlon
most dourly ami accurately <loacril e8 tho
work that nns lx cn Sin-oiupllshod and the
t 'm111 t hat has been reached. Tho I Met ionary,
! Cough Cures were like Dr. Shoop-.
fr«0rKorrUrd^ri^uKnliSft .Cough Cure ls-and ha. been for 20
generation which di-iuands more ot popular
|.hilol<'!fioal knowledge than any generation i
that tho world hnsevcr coutalne<l.
It In perhaps needlopfl to a<l<l that, wo refer I
to tho dirtlonary In our Judicial work as of i
tho iiighi-st authority In aoeuraeyof delink j
linn ; and that In tho futurea« in tho past it
will be theaourco of constant reforeiu o.
CUARLES 0. NOTT, Chief Juetlc*
JOHN PAX IS,
STANTON J PFI'U.R,
fllAKLKS It. UuWKY,
C. R. Harryman,
F. A. Reynolds &
1907 RAGING CALENDAR
March 23, Bell stake, Oakland; Cres-
New Orleans, fair
The ahftve refers to WEBSTER'S
years. The National Law now
quires that If any poison, enter Into cent City derby,
a cough mixture, It must be printed grounds.
on the label or package.. For this rca I March 30, Gebhard handicap, Oak-
eon mothers, and others, should Insist I and; Audobon selling stakes, New Or-,
on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure, | ' anB. fair grounds.
No poison marks on Dr. Sboop's la-1 April 13, Close of meetings at City
bels—and none In the medicine, else park. New Orleans, Oaklawn, Hot
It must by law be on the label. And Springs, and Bennings, Washington.
ALL ABOUT SIDEWALKS...
SEE JOE EM LINO
Coffeyvllle petrified brick walks, 7c to 8c square foot Cement walks,
10c to 11c square foot All work guaranteed.
Phone 518 828 ®outh Be"
THE GRAND PRIZE
(thehijrho*! award) was irlven to the Interna-
tional at tho World's Fair, JSL. Louis.
GET THE LATEST AND BEST
rou will be intcreited in our
m>ecimeii paoc* untfru* f
FOR 8ALH!—40 acre farm, will trade | G. & C. MERRIAM CO.,
for good city property. Conservative
Loan & Abstract Co. or owner. 4-30t
WANTED—A good second-hand
safe. Call at 114 S. Union avenue. 13-3t
WANTED—A nurse girl at 732 N.
WANTED—A position as clerk or
delivery man in any line. Address
646 N. Union, or phone 251. ll-3t
WANTED—A girl to
housework. Good wages
party. 221 S. Oklahoma.
It's not only safe, but It is said to ba
| by those that know It best, a truly
, remarkable cough remedy. Take no
chance, particularly with your chll-
. dren. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. Compare carefully the
Dr. Shoop package with others and
see. No poison marks there! You
can always be on the safe side by de-
manding Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure.
Simply refuse to accept any other
Sold by Wallace Mann. •
Exposition Almost Ready.
Norfolk, Va., March 14.—With the
date set for the opening of the James-
:town exposition now but six week^j
distant, the buildings and grounds art-1
taking on a finished appearance and
April 15, Aqueduct meeting opens,
April 20, Pimllco.
April 26, Jamaica.
May 9, Belmont park.
May 20, Gravesend.
May 27, Belmont park.
June 6, Gravesend.
June 16, Buffalo.
June 20, Sheepshead bay.
July 10, Brighton Beach meeting op-
ens, lasting until August 3.
August 5, Saratoga Springs.
August 31, Sheepshead Bay.
September 16, Gravesend.
September 30, Brighton Beacb.
October 7, Belmont park.
October 21, Jamaica.
October 26, Pimlico.
November 2, Aqueduct
November 16-30, Bennings.
November 31, All aboard for New Or.
eans. San Francisco and points south
TO THE PEOPLE GF SHAWNEE:
there Is every prospect that the ex-
' position will be practically complete
| when the gates swing open to the pub-
are caused by Indigestion. If you eat a nc on April 26. Nearly all of the and west.
do general; little too much, or if you are subject to b lH1 are practically completed
r* "«'" •«" • w.d«n,
J" heartburn or palpitation cf the heart. ' commenced and will soon be In full was something to be recorded in
I Indigestion causes tho stomach to BW<n(y while the Jamestown show annals of history. Herbine has been
—— iiuiij, UJUUII bauuua tilw auuiuauu vu oWin
WANTED—A woman to do gear., expand --a and ^ ^ approach maenlflcPnre the' acknowledged the greatest of liver
house work at 415 N. Beard. 8-3t f,re5 wjth lU action- and in the cuur!>a of grea( wor,d,s falrs held in Chicago regulators. A positive cure for^ BU-
time the heart bocomes diseased. I Rn(j gt lou)S wiu be without ex- lious headaches, Constipation, Chills
ceptlon the greatest exposition ever and Fever, and all lver complaints,
hold In the east and Its proximity tr J- C. Smith, Little Rock, Ark., writes,
the great centers of population ren-1"Herbine Is the greatest liver medl-
ders tremendous crowds a certainty, cine known. Have used It for
I Among the appropriations made by j ears. It does the work." Sold by .11
SPRING GOOD8 ARE NOW ARRIVING AND WOULD
PLEASED TO HAVE YOU CALL AND INSPECT THEM
FORE ORDERING OUT OF TOWN.
118 N. BROADWAY.
mcmillan & Co.
Cotton Exchange, Brokers Cotton,
Stocks and Grain.
120 1-2 EAST MAIN STREET
*10 MARGINS 1,000 BUSHEL8 GRAIN
$10 MARGINS 10 SHARES SVOCKS
$25 MARGINS 25 BALES COTTON
PRIVATE WIRE 8ERVICE TO ALL MARKETS
WANTED—A Ave or gix room cot-
tage. Address E. A., care News, stat-
ing price and location.
WANTED—An advertising solicitor
at The News office, corner Main and
News otllce to learn the trade.
WANTED—Positions for cooks,
chambermaids, porters, laborers or
field bands, or help of any kind fur-
nished. Address W. F. Smith, 120
ri ^osts what you oat. t^kes tho strain ofT the various states for representation druggists.
t f tho heart, and ccr.tributcs nourishment 1 nj th„ expositlon are the following:
boy at The V.'jj :"'F> i" ^"n^Di-sp? la Sou? Connecticut. $25,000; Delaware, $15,- **************************
| Stomach, Inflammation of tho mucou3
East Hayes, or phone 1006.
WANTED— Highest cash price paid
for second hand furniture. A. S.
Pace, 21 Main street 18-tf
crawford for fire insurance
Will save you money. See him.
8 per cent money, cheapest chattel
loans, sell your home on payments,
farms to trade for city property. I
will make you money. See me. C.
M. Crawford, 102 East Main. 7-tf
Madame Allamand, tot French dress-
maker, lias the latest patterns and new-
est designs. 431 N. Market 26-lm
' tho Stomach.
Aft«r eatinc, myfood would distrors mo by making
rrv 1 vt pa:- '.Y.c t\rsi 1 would bocono vry weak.
I. y Ia at. Uo< f Kodcl r ;id it c~.vo me imme-
diate re!, f. A . -r u- in^: afew bottl. -. I am cur«d.
MRS. LOR1NQ NICHOLS. Pcnn Yan. N. Y.
1 had stomach troufclo and was r\ bad rtate as 1
had h< ait trouble with it. I lock K > 1 Dyspepsia
Cure lor about lour months ai d it cured ma.
D. KAUDLK, Nevada, O.
G0II1 EVENTS v..
It I C K
If your paper is not delivered in due time or
if the oarrier boy shows lack of oourtesy
We can get good oarrier service only by
your help in reporting negligence.
, .++++++++T++++++++++T++++ f"
March 10—The ladies of the Pres-
000; District of
membranes t!jo btomar.:, .'jd Dwos- p, ,, ,50.000; Georgia, $50,000; I J
Tract. T 'crvous L)yspopsia and Catarrh "■« . *
IllinolB. $25,000; Kentucky, $40,000;
Louisiana, $15,000; Maine, $40,000; :
Marvland, $65,000; Massachusetts, |
$50,000; Michigan, $60,000; Missouri byterian church will serve supper on'^ ^ ^ lnteUlgent an8Wer t0 the PrizeB awarded March 30, 1907.
$60,000; New Jersey, $75,000; Ns .North Broadway from 5 to 9 p. m. \foUowing question; "What is the uif-j HOME LUMBER CO.
York, $150,000; North Carolina, $51,-| itoyal Neighbors will ghe a box sl>(forence between a mall order house Send all answers to News office or
000; North Dakota. $15,000; Oklaho- cial at Woodman hall March 16. a ^ ., By r ]lne we lumber yard. #-i9t
ma, $10,000; Ohio, $75,000; Pennsyiva-1 March 16—Entertainment and box
Digests What You Eat n,n. $100,000; Rhode Island. $50,000; social by the Royal Neighbors at
South Carolina, $20,000; Tennessee Woodman hall.
$10,000; Virginia, $450,000; West Vlr-I March 16—Lecture at First Metho-
ginia. $55,000; Wisconsin, $60,000, and dlat church by Dr. George Bradford.
ln* ot r* .
Prer^rod at the Lab*
or ry of E.0.PeV71tt
A Co ,Chicago, U.S.A.
harryman's drug 8tore.
FOR SERVICE—A thoroughbred
Jersey bull at the Kansas City Wag-
on Yard. 8. Bell. J. G. Harris. 13-3t
STRAYED—One three year old sor
rel Ally, white face. Return to Har-
ry Johnson's blacksmith shop, on N.
Beard and receve reward. 12-3t
and remember the next time you
suffer from pain—caused by damp
weather—when your head nearly
bursts from neuralgia—try Ballard's
Snow Liniment It will cure you.
A prominent business man of Hemp-
■trad, Tessa, writes: 'I hare usod
your liniment Previous to ulng
It I was s great sufferer from Rheu
mutism and Neuralgia. I am pleas-
ed to say that now I am free from
these complalnta. I am sure I owe
this to your liniment" Bold by all
This is the only
to medical science
that C RE ATI'S
and dears the com*
olexIon of every blemish, such a pimples,
buck heads etc. without internal medicine.
For REMOVING WRINKLE*, it withoul
FOR DEVELOPING THE BUST
or restoring a wasted
nursing or sickness, making 1 H1N L HEfckS
PLUMP and tilting the hollow« ot a
neck, there is no other i«cpaiaUon in the
world that has any comparison
Sold by Druggist* and Department Storea
Flesh Food is $100 a box. but to introduce U
Into thousands of new homes, its PWrtetort
have decided to -.end two (2) boxes to all who
answer this ailveitisenient an<l send them one
dollar All pacWaue. « «ut m pluu wrap,
per, postage prepaid.
rDpn A sample box. Just enough to
FREE convince yon of the great merit
of Dr. Charles Mesh \\m \. will be :bent ree
lot ten cents, which pay a tor c^t^tnajling.
We will also send our illustrated The
irt ol which conl.m. .11 the
orooer movements for massaging the race,
5™kind aimn, .n<l full d.recUou. for
oping the bust. Addresa :
Washington, Oregon, Montana and
Idaho Jointly $250,000.
Mar. 17—St Patrick's Day.
March 29—Company C ball at ar-
March 20—Constitutional eouren-
Worked Like a Charm.
Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of thatjtlon adjourns.
aplcy Journal, the Enterprise, Louisa, Gate City lodge, No. 120, D. of R.,
Va., says: "I ran a nail In my foot are arranging for a box supper about
last week and at once applied Buck- March 21.
len's Arnica Salve. No Inflammation
followed; the salve simply healed the
wound." Heals every sore, burn and
skin disease. Guaranteed at all drug
stores. t5c. •
Corner Main and Philadelphia. HSv-
rything new and clean. Every room
ji outside room.
Notice to the Publlc.
All persons are hereby notified and
warned that Chas. A. Wheeler, the
present general tranager of the Ha
mane Society, Is not authorlied to so-
f5 Given Away. mean a lumber yard owned by an out-
$3 for the first, $2 for the second, sido person. firm or corporation.
Mar. 21—Spring begins.
March 22—Registration books close
t city clerk's office.
Mar. 24—Palm Sunday.
Forest Lodge, No. 17, D. of R., will
give a shadow social March 26.
March 31—Easter Sunday.
April 2—Cltl election.
April 11—The ladles of the Episco-
pal church will give a bazaar and din-
Mar. 25—Lady Day; annunciation.
Mar. 29—Good Friday.
April 1—Little Rock vs. 8hawnee at
League bail park.
April 30, May 1-2—Grand Lodge of
THERE'S NO DELAY
'• When you send for u« to do your light-
ing service. We get there quick. No
mstter how small the service, we glvs
it the same attention as we would a
Phone us and our solicitor will be
rl; ht out to see you.
DO THE REST L -
Shawnee Lighting Company.
TELEPHONE 146. 128 N. BROADWAY,
cept, solicit or receive any money ' the K. of P. of Oklahoma to meet in
or funds on behalf of the society, and Shawnee.
parties paying any money whatever May 80—Decoration Day.
to the said Chas. A. Wheeler will do June 14—Flag Day. First anniversary
| so at their own risk. All money
and other funds should be paid direct
to the treasurer, Mrs. Rev. Stockwell,
who when notified will call and col-
of Oklahoma being admitted to
Coal* Wood and Feed j
—For a Square Deal, Phone 85— !
The Old fteliablc Shawnee Supply Co.
mcalester lump coal, $6.50.
mcalester fancy lump coal, $6.75.
mcalester nut coal, |5.so.
E. M. Arnold & Son, Props. 129 S Bell St. !
Or. Charles Co., 108 Fulton St., lew loft I i-tf
A good upright Steinway piano, al-
most new, .will be sold reasonable. It
All will please take notice of this bought at once. For further partlc-
until otherwise Informed. julars call at 510 N. Beard or phone.
U C. BIRCH, President 652.
Tho e'gus IQc a week
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