The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1907 Page: 7 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS
THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1907.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS
SHAWNEE dental parlors
106 E. Main street, over Hlckey Bros.'
"PARSIFAL" WAS SPLENDID.
Production at Becker Theater Wai
Well Worth the Money.
The Becker theater was well pack-
ed by the admirers of "Parsifal" Wed-
nesday night when that production
was put on in splendid style. The
14 A move- old* 01 ^ tale of the Holy Grail is
never too old to the student of art
and literature. Mr. Connor as "Par-
sifal" was the guileless fool in every
ACCORDING TO 8AMPLE.
We are probably unlike many other
people in our line—we are Tailor*
with clear consciences. When we
show you our samples and you select
one. you get that particular fabric
made up and not "something like If
Atlanta, Ga., aMrch
Fillings. 60c. up. ment for two cent fareB has been ,n"
ALL. WORK GUARANTEED. augurated by the Farmers' Union of
w«. make these liberal nripM nn Georeia and w111 be considered by
L, «U. t. "• «-«'• ".'k '
EXTRACTING AMOMTKI.Y '«• « m «. -Or. It.
I worth and other officials of the F im 0Renlc Part was very natural aml trup
' ers' Union, has been presented to the to rea,lty: ,n fact. 11 surpassed most
|commission and is as follows: [anything seen here this year. The
| "Believing that the present paasen- delicious and interesting story of the
'ger rate of three cents a mile in this different passions brought out in the
state is too high, and that there ought fl®ht tor the Holy Grail are always
to be a reduction thereof, we petition * beneflt as weU <" entertaining,
you to consider this matter, reduco
'the present passenger rate, and make
such a rate as will be reasonable and
just both to the railroads and the pub-
II Clarke's Seed Store
218 East Main 8L
CLARKE & KELLER, Props.
We sell everything In garden,
field and flower seeds, alfalfa,
clover, timothy, Bermuda seed,
Ribbon Cane sewi, Kaffir millet
sweet potatoes, cuts toes, oats,
everything in seeds.
We buy cane, Kaffir, millet,
etc. We will save you money on
your seed bill.
Is something wrong? Usually It's
the stomach. Use Cascasweet and
Iput the stomach right, and the sun-
We believe that the present pas-'s"ne W,U return t0 th<s bab7' face
. , . „ . „„„u. Cascasweet is best for babies and chil-
senger rate can be reduced and ought
dren. 60 dozes 25 cents. Sold by C.
to be reduced. We believe that this
| should be done In justice to the pub-
lic and would suggest that you should
Only school In the U. H. operated by Ku:l-
wav employt'i'n. Many ad vantages over
all others. Catalogue free
The WcMahon-Tigfw School, Arkansas City, Kans.
\ take into consideration the adoption
Phone 271. Cor. Farrall t Beard
Prices for Saturday and Mor>
Sugar, 20 pounds $1.00.
Best Flour, $1.90 for 100 pounds.
Fresh Country Butter, ZSc par lb.
Orders taken, goods delivered.
Experience Missionary Social.
.... . . Program of a free experience mls-
of the two cent rate so generally fixed
by various states during the past few siona^ s°c,a' t0 be f at the
months. We do not wish to be unfair of Mre- E" S' Stockwell, 1205 North
or unjust to the railroads. It is in Broadway, by the W. F. M. S„ Friday!
this spirit that we ask you, in behalf March 1"' ] ,n7-
of the farmers of Georgia, to consider! Devotional exercises by Mr. Keegan.
the present rate and to reduce the' Instrumental solo by Mrs. O. H,
• Isame to such a point as will be both e,'("p-
| reasonable and just to all parties In-! HIat^ °f the w- F- M- s ln sbaw"
iterested" |nee by MrS" ®race Stansbury.
i Til elleved that If the Georgia un- VocaI sol° b>' Mlss Flora Allbaugh.
ion Is successful the Farmers' Unions1 Hls,or>' of W- F- M- S- ln Methodism
of the various southern states wlll,by Mr Kcnne<Jy'
Leaflet, "Large Giving," by Mrs. F.
Singing followed by the giving of
Wrinkles are age tellers. Drive'mlsslonary «oUars "d experiences in
them away by taking Holllster's earnlne the same. All the ladles of
Rocky Mountain Tea. It's better than the cburch Bnd congregation are most
crsmetlcs. It does the business. 35 'nr'1'a"> Invited.
You do the choosing—we do the cut-
ting, fitting and making. You will
be well satisfied with the style and
the finish, and you may marvel at the
Bmallness of the price, but you will
surely make us your tailor permanent-
KREILING, THE TAILOR,
110 North Union.
Hbe 3ob Department
■ —OF 'I HE
IS THE PLACE TO GRT YOUR PLAIN, FANCY
AND ORNAMENTAL PRI SITING DONE.
IF YOU WAI\ I
OR ANY KIND OF PRINTING
THE SHA W/\EE fSlE MS
JOB OFFICE IS WtrAKfiD TO OO II
Telephone 321, Cor. Main and Philadelphia
Telephone us and Solicitor will call
The Shawnee News 3 months $1.00
I take up the demand for two cent pas-1
you have the purest, richest auii most
delivered at your residence at any
receive our prompt attention.
The ingredients of our Ice cream
are the best and the utmost care is
taken to Insure good quality and per-
INDIVIDUAL and BRICK MOLDS
Sweat cream and buttermilk deliv-
ered ln the city.
cents, Tea or Tablets.
To Hang Wife Murderer.
Mobile, Ala., March 14.—Unless the
governor Intervenes to save his lite,
Andrew Thomas, convicted of slaying
his wife, will be hanged tomorrow.
Thomas shot and killed his wife on
the street here last spring. He was
convicted and sentenced to death by
the Mobile court, and an appeal to
the state supreme court for a new
hearing was recently overruled.
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.
THE TEXAS WONDER.
Cures all KIdne.', Bladder and Rheii'
matlc Troubles; se' l ' 7 all druggists.
.V two months tieat^ ut by mall for
ti Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
Ft Louis, Mo. Send for testlmon-
Closing Out Sale.
> ery Piano, Organ and Automatic
er will absolutely be gold at
lighter prices. We have sub leased
u building, given possession and
ust vacate in a few days. This is
a bona fide closing out sale.. Call and
see the marked down prices. Lower
prices than ever before made 1 Shaw-
nee. Cash or easy terms. Don't miss
this great opportunity.
Armstrong, Byrd & Co.,
121 N Broadway.
Delegate Maxey 111.
Judge Maxey arrived home Wednes-
day from the constitutional conven-
Blue Ribbon Creamery & Ice Cream Co.
If your horse is lame or interfering,
le can be cured and correctcd.
JOCKEY SHOEING SHOP,
Corner Seventh and Union.
FOR QUICK ACTION
Two store brick building, 25x80 ft,
centrally located, rents for $1M per
month, for short time $3,000.
Improved property, lot t0zl4t ft, on
** nnmiwir between Ninth nnd
nls is Jure y a snap at $4,000
row 'jm house, stoee hi, tot ltOx
140 * IT quick sals $1,WM, will take
sr ' . am of hones or mules as part
We have a few cholee farms for
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND IN8UR
For New State Cam-v-lgn.
McAlester, I. T„ March 14.—A meet-
ing of the democrats of Pittsburg tloti, where he is representing this
county is being held here today, for |district. Delegate Maxey Is 111 with
the purpose of forming an executive (nervous troubles and went to Hot
committee and preparing for the first, Springs, Ark., for a rest.
campaign ln the new state.
Saved Her Son's Life.
I bought a fifty-cent bottle of KO- The happiest mother ln the little
DOL and the benefit I received all the j town of Alva, Mo., Is Mrs. S. Ruppee.
gold ln Georgia could not buy. in She writes: "One year ago my son
three months I was well and hearty, was down with such serous lung trou-
May you live long and prosper."—C., ble that our physician was unable to
N. Cornell, Rodlng, Ga., 1906. Kodol help him; when, by our druggist's ad-
"pepsla is sold by C. R. Harry-
vice I began giving him Dr. King's
New Discovery, and I soon noticed
Improvement. I kept this treatment
AT THE BIJOU. up for a few weeks when he was per-
Owing to the fact that we are ad- fectly well. He has worked steadily
ding new specialties, also a new cast since at carpenter work. Dr. King's
to the company, and ln order for us to -Jew Discovery saved his life." Guar-
present such bill and performances anteed best cough and cold cure by
as the Shawnee theater people prefer, all druggists. BOc and $1.00. Trial
It Is Impossible to retain our present pottle free.
prices. We now are playing to pack-
ed houses, and our performances have
met with your approval. Our prices
Three relinquishments to claims in
in the future, beginning tonight, will eastern New Mexico, on east end of
be: Entire lower floor, 26 cents; gal- the "Belen Cut-Off" (A. T. & S. P.
lery, adults IB. children 10c. Thank- Ry.). Productive prairie land. All
lng our patrons for past courtesies, adjoining new townslte to be put on
we are still your friends. ! market soon. One quarter section
BONNOR STOCK CO. jwlth well built 2 room house, good cis-
jtern, 40 acres broken. Price $1,000.
Strayed. :One unimproved quarter section 1-2
A sorrel blazed face horse 10 >r mile from railroad. Price $2B0. One
12 years old, string haltered, from my eighty acre tract adjoining railroad,
farm near Rock Creek, B miles north Price $100. Holder has privilege of
and one east of Shawnee. A reward filing on another eighty. All govern-
for same If returned to the Union wa- ment land on east end of this line of
gon yard, Shawnee. railroad has been filed on for 16 miles
R. M. JOHNSON. on each side of track. For further
Gen. Del., Shawnee. 4d&w (particulars address
I will plow gardens In any part of
the city at reasonable prices. Call or
C. H. GREGG, Texlco, N. M.
"A 8pr!ng Chicken" Co.
"A Spring Chicken" Co. which
address A. Q. Atkins, 712 North Okla-' comes to the Becker Theater Friday
homa. 27-12t j March 16, Is a company of unequaled
————[excellence. The comedy Is good and
Be very careful of your bowels the music fine. All ln all It Is a
when you have a eold. Nearly all oth- round of mirth and laughter from the
r cough syrups are eonstlpatlng, es- time the curtain rises till It drops
pecially those containing opiates. Among the many song hits Introduced
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup are the following: "You are the One
moves the bowels—contains NO opl- for Me," "The Sling Slang Girl," and
Rs 0'ir iWnme Implies.
| can up Knone t> 1 ana have our driver can Tor a trial ounaie.
j Ube * 5)atc Xaun&ng |
118 South Hinton Avenue
We have Just installed the latest improved machine for
ironing shirts, which will iron a shirt perfect without leaving
a bulge in the middle of the bosom or at the bottom of the
If vou are not already having your laundry done by us
call up Phone 6 1 and have our driver call for a trial bundle.
106 E. Main.
Phone SOS ates. Sold by C. R. Harryman.
HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Eberle Bldg., No. 16-18 Main Street
This schoo opened with a nice enrollment They
have plenty o teachers and give individual lnstruc-
tloas. Now I the best time to enter while the
sel.ool la sma 1. They have over fifty first class po-
sitions to All right bow, most of them ln Oklahoma
City. They a e endorsed by the Hon. W. C. Hughes
of Oklahoma City aad the Hon. Tarns Bixby, Com-
missioner to the FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES, at Mus-
kogee, I. T. The latter gentleman has employed
about twenty of their students, at a salary of thre«
dollars a day Fare paid to school. Write at onc<
for handsome catalogue and special offer. Address
Hill's Business College
Oklahoma City, Okla.
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