The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1907 Page: 8 of 8
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THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1907.
THE IHAWNEI NlWt
GO VISITING CARDS 50c.
TRY OUR WANT AD*.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
We Have Moved==The Stock of Gus A^ee j
Recently purchased by Morris Blumenfield. has been moved to the corner of Main and Beard Streets, in the A. B. Carroll s'and
npxt door to Pace furnitureetore. While the stock has been greatly reduced, we still have many snaps for you in Clothing,
Shoes Hats, an i 3 ii s' Furnishings to clo^e at less than ONE-HALF of their original price We are forced to sell these goods,
no matter how great the saci ifice.
All $25, 22.50 and 20.0!) Suits will go at $13.98
All $8.50 and $7.50 suits goat 3.98
All $12.51 and £10 suits will go at 6.48
AU$18 and $.5 suits will go at 8.98
All $25, 22.50 and 20.00 Overcoats and
All $18, 16.50 and 15.00 Overcoats and
All Stetson Hats go at
All 4.00 and 4.50 Shoes go at 2.98
All 2.50 shoes must go at 1.39
All 3.00 and 2.50 hats must go at 1.69
One lot of 1.50 aud 2.00 shirts will go at 69°
_ THE BANKRUPT STORE jj
Morris ttluinenlfield, Prop., Corner Main and Beard Sts., Carroll's Old Stand. |f
—-——— bbse-octs? |
We have not ipaae to quite you further prices, butooraa to our new quarters where youa dollar will do double duty
The entire stook and ail fixtures must be clostd out at the earliBSc possible date.
CUT THEIR SALARIES.
Sulphur Has Made a Cu'c That Will
Sulphur, I. T„ March 14.—The city
council held an unusually Interesting
session last nlglit. Salaries of all
the city officials were cut and fixed
lor the ensuing year. The cut In
salaries figures a saving of about two
thousand dollars per year to the city.'
The aldermen and treasurer were put
on the dollar a year service list, and
appear that Mr. Harriman is not quite
happy, for he has been hanging
around the Interstate commerce com-
mission at Washington evidently to
try and discover if he will have to
Cut Out the Roast. j tell some more "ancient history" by
A banquet without meat will be: order of the court—Hot Springs News.
given for Mr. Bryan in Wisconsin. The j
Nebraska!) won't object at all to cut*' Another Oversight.
ting out the roast.—-Post-Dispatch. I The Oldahoman is afraid that some-
Keep Chickens at Home.
Notwithstanding the fact that a city
ordinance provides that all chickens
should be penned up, many people are
in the habit of letting these fowls
roam at will. The result Is that their
neighbors are worried by the unin-
vited visitors, who are prone to go
any place but where they are not
wanted. It is a peculiarity of a
TO COMBINE CHURCHES.
Methodist Church Representatives
Hold Conference to Make Plans.
Oklahoma City, March 14.—Leading
representatives of both branches of
the Methodist church of the two ter-
ritories are holding a meeting in this
ATTEMPTING TO BURN TOWN.
Two Efforts are Made to Destroy Skia-
took, a Small Hamlet Near Tulsa.
Tulsa, I. T., March 14.—Some one-
is trying to burn the town of Skia-
took, a small hamlet near here. Two
attempts have been made In the past
city to devise plans for the amalgatra- four days. Early Sunday morning a
tlon of the north and south divisions Are broke out In the Acklln hotel. The
thing may be overlooked by the con- chicken to wander into neighbor's gar-] of the church in the smaller localities proprietor who was sick, was up at 3
stitutional convention and asks that!
Time Has Com«. |
We gather that HarHCi&n thinks provision be made IPf the teaching of j
the next year's mayor will only get the" time has come for the wise rail- agriculture In the public schools. W«
his fees. A gas franchise was refer- road to abolish its Public-Be-Damned "would also call the attention of the
red, the councilmen having been in- Department.—Arkansas Gazette.
formed that two other applications for
gas franchises were being prepared Bob Burdett said, "7"n& Lord wasted date of Ann's birth. None of these
for their consideration and would be mud jie made a man who would fundamental principles of government
presented at their next meeting. 'take a newspaper from two to six should be neglected by the convention
J i years and never pay a cent and then even If the 1iat has to be passed the
- ONE BANDIT CAPTURED. Sorter the postmaster to send it back third time for the purchase of meal
delegates to the fact that they have!
■ not yet determined upon the exact
tickets.—El Reno American.
den or to roost on a convenient porch.
In the new state. This movement o'clock and heard the gas escaping
was decided on at a general confer* fr°m a room. He went to the room
ence of the two churches at Enid last and found a ladder to the window, a
fall, but this is really the first step bottle of gasoline and other jiarapber-
toward consummation of the purpose, nalia for setting a fire. He imme-
Present at he meeting Is David S diately called help and a few minutes
Moore of Cincinnati. j of diligent work extinguished the fire
| The hotel Is situated In the center of
the best business block in the town
Kansas Bank Robber Terribly Dlsfig
ured by Explosion.
Wichita, Kan., March 14—One of the
Hard Luck. | This Is Payneful.
A defenseless ice trust magnate has The constitutional convention ,
. . . hBr# ,, benn |inPd $19 50 by a Philadelphia not content with taking a slice off of neighbor. Chickens are relished by
Hunnewel Kan banJ robber8 And ln tbe depth of the win- Paynes county, but It Is now about to man when cooked, but they can bo-
Swell Kan He gave Ms name ter, too, when he cannot take it out make her the victim of some rotten, come a great nuisance In life If per-
„R Charles Arthur, claiming St. Louis of his customers.-Klngflsher Star. gerrymandering.
He Is 27 years of age j
The counties com- fitted to have their own way.
prising old Greer county casting 2,657 j With the advent of spring and the
votes are allowed 5 1-2 representatives Planting of the family garden
Town Filled Wth Drunks.
Tulsa, I. T., March 14.—There are and if the fire had gained a headway
twenty-eight prisoners in jail. This the entire block would have been de-
is the largest number of city prison- stroyed. All the buildings are frame
This is annoying and bothering to a' ers ever in the city jail at one time, and without a fire department the
man's personal property rights and is' All except three of them were arrest- j town would be sure to burn.
very discourteous toward a friendly ed for being drunk. Eighteen out of
the twenty-eight are tank builders
Thirteen out of the eighteen tank o 111 North Broadway,
builders are employes of the Standard j rom postofflce.
Oil company. Not one of the twenty-1
eight has enough money to pay his j COURT MARTIAL SWIFT,
fine. Tulsa Is considered the strong-|
Bleuer's Jewelry Store has moved
as his home. .
His face was badly mutillated one 'who takes'ln'ThV^^ * Pen^ that man '.est prohibition city in the new state, j Commander ofBattleship Is to Answer
eye hanging out of the socketand P P ^ ^ fa,B(. county wUh 3 680 voteg haa might enjoy the fruit of his labor if Yet statistics show that Tulsa aver- to Charges.
one hand partially off. His Injuries e g Thls sav.;nothing else. By all means protect ages more drunken men than any
were received In the premature ex- motives to the actions of men and at but Payne county U' neighbor against this unneces- town in the state with an equal popu
niosion at the bank He was lodged the time knows he is precipitating a ing that the people of Payne countyii 6 • ■ ,
in the county all at Wellington and malicious act. he he politician, parson shall be represented eight times less sary nuisance. Dont let the chicken latlon.
in the county jail robbeTy :Qr promoter> may not be a vlolator ot than 0reer county bPcau86 her polltl-Jdestroy his garden or take possession
denies complicity _ — -
claiming he received the Injuries fall- the commercial law, but certainly cal status is doubtful.—Glencoe Mir-
ing from a train while beating his plays ducks and drakes with all ideas ror.
way. Posses and bloodhounds are of the moral code—Hot Springs Rec-
scouring the country for the other six ord.
members of the gang.
The regular Saturday collectons will
be made by the carrier boys of The
News. Every subscriber of The News
Will kindly have the money ready to
pay the boys as they come around
of his porch.
Washington, March 14.—An official
announcement was made at the navy
department that Captain William
Swift, commanding the United States'
battleship Connecticut will be court
The formal order has not
In Police Circles.
Bat Kennedy, an aged Indian and martialed.
well known in Shawnee, was taken to J yet been prepared, however, nor have
the police station this afternoon in . the specifications of the charges to be
Miss Ethel Eslick entertained a few,—- .
young friends Tuesday night at her a serious condition as a result of ln-, made against him yet been drawn
home, 326 South Eden. The young , toxication. City Physician Mahr gave j Swift grounded his ship at Culebra,
Mr. Harriman is quite anxious to by Judge Burwell.
have it appear that the Interstate the children was divided as to the
commerce commission has only dis- time between the two parties. Deser-
closed some "ancient history" in the tion was the ground upon which dl-
evidence of the looting of the Chica- vorce was asked. Collier Is a veteran
go and Alton railroad. Yet It would of the Spanish-American war.
I Emmell Collier was today granted a
k..„ . «™.d. «i™*. r™, hi. „ir., ^ „ n>klM „ „ „„ ,3.
dy and popping corn, after which va- he will live long. Two women who very near resulting seriously.
rious games afforded much amuse- jengaged in a hair pulling match on ^ said that Swift disregarded the wara-
ment. All enjoyed a delightful ev- South Union this afternoon were stop- ings of two of his aubortlnate officers,
sning, and left for their homes voting (ped by the police, who had them go to
Miss Ethel a charming hostess. i the police station.
when he attempted to enter the har-
bor with his ship.
But We went Through
AND HAVE THf NEXT ROOM JU«T NORTH, WHERE WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF CARPETS,
RUQ8, LACE CURTAINS, DRAPERIES AND PARLOR FURNITURE.
WE ARE BETTER PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE WANTS OF OUR CUSTOMERS AND EXTEND AN IN-
VITATION TO ALL TO CALL AND SEE THE MANY BEAUTIFUL ARTICLES WE H^VE IN HOUSE FUR-
When You Think of Furniture Think of Us.
When You Think of Floor=coverings Think of Us.
125-127 North Bioadway. Shawnee, Okla.
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