The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 77, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 19, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE N W«
TUESDAY, MARCH It, 1t07.
TH® IHAWNU K«W«
MONEY TO LOAN.
Bee <3. M D. 8te«l for lowest
m. farms- Loan straight and 60 coos
mission, on easy t«.nna J7-w<3
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t-i - : - >j
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I tmfr J.r (L< SM'C<ra Grww.
Cotton S«<i - 5 feA Water-
meioa Seed, 5- - - "a, Rate*
aaA *11 kisdi «f 4*M 1
PC ~3 9«R*GS*l Ml
- a^. : - < - all zil« a M<
ative of the president to come up'In
New York recently, the wife of Wll-
l.am Roosevelt, a second cousin of
President Roosevelt, having been
granted legal separation a few
has Soar- weeks ago
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! Becker Theatre I
Woees ca= Lnn mm tbs p«=t et abut*, road tegtalattna
1 Jota. isied in the l^gitiatnres of the west-
erz rates th-a year a total of nearly Chicago, March 1J.—The
•> t. Is pro tiding for the restriction Rill way Engineering and Maintenance
ind regvlatkn of railways having of Way association began a tire*
'-ilgwtJoe Is oftec "ais-ed by wcc . - pr^. -;e^ tn the assemblies of a ays' session here this morning, with
+ 4 .. > + ♦*. .!
Many gooi-lockimg people are •« u
good u they look.
™ Tuesday, March iq Friday,March 22d
l - vTTT«r--y to man.
Every time sotce peo-ie accept
law they took for tie price mark.
It's far better to hare roar neigh-
bor owe you an apology than money
3oce men delight in telling the
trath for the tue of stirring up
(First Published to Shawnee Newa
March 5. Iter.)
Territory of Oklahoma. Comity ct Pot-
tawatomie, as—In the District Conn
tn and for said County
Eogetie Benton Bonner Plaintiff. t
rionne Bonner, Defendant.
Said defendant, Flirine Bonner, will
take notice that lie has been soed
in the above named court for
t tec states cf the middle west. Mia- railroad men from all parts of the
in 1-ais vri 177 bills of this char- c untry In attendance. Many 1m-
s :er with Wisconsin second with 117 p- ,-tant questions affecting railroad en
1 is. gineeriag will come up for considers-
George 1: sty the Gaffney. S. C,
Vy who shot and killed two members Denver, Colo.. March 19.—L. C.
; the "Nothing But Money" dritnatic Blackmail, fiscal agent, and Arthur Le-
company over a year ago, has been an, trustee of the Lost Bullion Span-
lodged in the South Carolina state ish Mines company, charged with the
Perfcap* the beat way to avoid the pr - m tc 3- -ve a life sentence Hasty fraudulent use of the mails for adver-
disappo—'.me^ta of love is never to : - alns unrepentant for his crime ti sing and selling worthless mining
^ declaring that he shot the men In s-ocks. will be given a hearing today
, . . ~ . s- If defense and would do the deed fore United Stares Commissioner S
Vev r 'idge the keeness of a wom-
an's inte^ect by the aharpnesa of her --~a:n under the same circumstances. C Hinsdale. C. W. Franklin, attor-
t-fngne. ney for the accused men, declares
— Mrs. Mary Scott Hartje. who recent- that the possession of rare springs by
Doot howl tf ou Mtw«' " yo« get It gecur- a divorce from Augustus ie company near its mine haw ar-
ts the neck; be lhaafctal -hat yon are . ih' millionaire paper manufac ised the enmity of the cattlemen
turer of Pittsburg, has filed suit for ind caused them to make the charges
th tafcaw fcas -ot bee-* ' a rains- her former husband, gainst the promoters. The mine of
Comedy with music.
GORDON & BENNETT8
Superb Scenic Sensation
Dainty dancing. Tuneful musical
numbers. Refined comedy.
Price®: $1-50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 15c and 25c.
By Clarence Bennett, author of "The
Holy City." A story of the days
'When Knighthood Was in Flower."
In Old Mexico.
Prices never vary—$1.00, 75c. 50c,
aot a giraffe.
made that will ea
himself as other* i
Beware of tha
^ there Isn't money
- ■ !V>r''
voree open the ground, of abandon ^ ^
meat, and must answer the petition Chicago Dally
filed therein by said plaint!# on or
before the 18th day of April. A. D
1J07, or said petition will be taker.
as true, and a Judgment for aatd plain
tiff tn said action for divorce will be
a man to see Tt amount iemand-d Is to cover the alleged fraudulent company Is lo-
rtc the erpens<\= of detectives employed ated near Silver City, N. JL, and fs
by Mrs Hartje to secure evidence said by the postal Inspectors to be a
The divorce suit wjs originally filed mere cave.
Hartje, who alleged that his wife
rith Don't Complain.
FOR THt WORKER.
Remember that •
aans. character li li
i an l.
a B. HUNTER District Clerk.
By C. A STACBER Deputy
Attorney for Plalntlff.
That seven rrwfe tmd to Rome.
That sincerity li
all honest work.
That yon label your own work.
That no one can hold you down ti
you are determined to succeed.
That every man Is destined to <k
something worth while.
That most people Judge yon by flrs
That hard work la no small part ot
That it takes longer to lay kind
words than those that cut.
That the only way to keep youi
That It Is easier to do good i
than poor, If you once leam how.
(First Published Feb. !$, 1 07.)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
Territory of Oklahoma. Pottawato-
mie County, as—In the District Court.
Standard Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation. Corporation, Plaintiff, va. Per-
ry Rodkey and Ethel Rodkey. Defend-
The Territory of Oklahoma to Perry
Rodkey and Ethel Rodkey:
Said defendants. Perry Rodkey and
Ethel Rodkey, will take notice, that
the said plaintiff did on the 25th day
of February, 1J07, file lta petition In
the District Court within and for Pot-
tawatomie County, Oklahoma Terri-
tory, against said defendants. Perry
Rodkey and Ethel Rodkey. and that
aald defendants must answer said pe-
tition herein on or before the 11th credit good is by paying your debta.
day of April, 1907, or aald petition will
be taken as true, and a Judgment ren-
dered In aald action against said de-
rendaats. Perry Rodkey and Ethel
Rodkey, for the sum of $902.0$, upon
a certain protnlsaory note executed by
aald Perry Rodkey and Ethel Rodkey.
on the 18th day of July, 1905, with
Interest thereon st the rate of eight
per cent per annum from the 23d day
of February, 1907, until paid, and for
costs of suit Including $75.00 attor-
ney's feet; and a further Judgment
rendered in said action against said
defendants. Perry Rodkey snd Ethel
Rodkey, for the foreclosure of a cer-
tain mortgage securing said promis-
sory note and of even date therewith,
upon the following described real es-
tate lying and situated In Pottawa-
omle county, Oklahoma Territory, to-
wit. Lot Eleven (11) In Block Two
(2, of Woodland Park Addition to
tie City of Shawnee, and adjudging
that default has been made In said
mortgage, that the plaintiff have a
first lien on said premises, to the
amount for which Judgment will be
taken as aforesaid, and ordering that
aald premises be sold with appraise-
ment, and the proceeds applied to the
payment of the amount due plaintiff
and the coeta of suit Including $75.00
attorney fee, and forever barring and When a young fellow tells a girl he
foreclosing said defendants and each
of them from all right, title, estate,
to <ay that
h in ctreula •
or later yon ta'J been °f improprieties
th* fcargi.- counter a nezro coachman. If your chest pains and you a e
unable to aleep because of a cough.
t The execu* on of Mrs A--ie Myere Buy a bottle of Ballard'! Horehound
under sentence of death at Liberty, Syrup, and you won't have any
Mo., for the murder of her husband, cough. Get a bottle now and that
has been delayed by a second appeal ough will not last long. A cure for
to the United States supreme court, all pulmonary diseases Mrs. J—..
The appeal is from the decision of the Galveston. Texas, writes: "I can't
United States district court for west- ay enough for Ballard's Horehoaaj
fm Missouri, denying a writ of hab- E: rap. The relief It has given me is
eas corpus. The hanging of Frank U that Is necessary for me to siy."
Hottman, convicted of complicity In by all druggists. *
the crime, will be postponed until the
supreme court has passed on the case
of Mrs. Myers.
That sorrow is the price most mei
pay for lasting attainmenta.
IS EVERYBODY'S SPACE
The offer of Pedro Alvardo, million- WHAT HAVE YOU TRIED TO SELL?
aire mine operator of Mexico, to give
$11,000,000 for he purpose of ridding
Mexico of the Yaqui Indians, has been
conditionally accepted by the minister
of war with the proviso that none but
Mexican army officers be placed in
men succeed until thej command of the army of Indian fight-
ers and that none but Mexicans be
enlisted in the warfare against the
pestilential Yaquls. This condition
A Word About Corsets
From the Woman's Shop
Your Gown will Fit Bet-
Figure will be Improved
Comfort will be
Health won't be Jeopar-
You will let us fityouto
a J. B. CORSET
5 West Main St.
WHAT DO YOU WANT? HAVE
YOU LOST OR FOUND
I These Questions «nd Many Others
In ;>ie Columns of The News'
We refer you to Everybody's Space
,, , . .. . . ... for your wants, whether you want to
Is said to be unsatisfactory to Alvara- '
. ..... . .. ,, , ell or buy, whether you want to get
do owing to the failure of the Mexl-
place or to rent one to another par-
y, whether you wish help or employ-
nent, whether you have lost something
, _ , ' r found something. It Is all the same.
The indictment for perjury against ^
owing to the failure of the Mexi-
can army officers In their previous
campaigns aralnst the Indians.
That a sensible emplpyer la mort
anxious to push you ahead than tc
hold you down.
Reform must be well
stamp out an evil.
Frederick C. Fairbanks, son of Vice
President Fairbanks, has been quash-
ed. The charge grew out of the ma>-
That the more difficult things are tc riage of Fairbanks to Miss Helen
accomplish, the more worth whlla. Scott of Pittsburg, which took place
at Steubenville, where It Is alleged
that young Fairbanks. In applying for
a marriage license, declared that he
•.vas a worklngman and a resident of
DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY. (Adams county, Ohio. Fairbanks is
i resident of a railway switch mano-
Flattery always has something u[ factaring concern at Springfield, O
In quashing the Indictment. Judge
Richards of Steubenville, held that no
facts were set forth to show that a
'rime had been committed.
A good guesser always prides him-
•elf on his superior^Judgment. Cltliens of Sioux Falls. S. D.. will
_ . . , .. _ ... . fight the enforcement of the law re-
Some people rise In the social scale 6
and others become unbalanced. P*88'* b>" tbe So"*1" Dakota
— legislature requiring a residence or
Great bodies move slowly. The me year In the state and three)*
truth never travela as fast as a lie. months In the county before filing a
_ , ... _ , llvorce suit, with the further provls-
Even when a man gets the worst of . . . ,
It he should try to make the best of It. lon that a" fc' arings be be!d ln 0p*n
-ourt. The ease and secrecy with
In politics the proof of the pudding which "mieratory divorces" have been
always lies ln the distribution of the secured ln Sioux Falls have made that
Plums. the center of the divorce industry
It isn't altogether ba^fnines, that '* "the natlon Thf „new UW'"en
prevents a man from meeting hi. ob- f0"** wi,! kl" the lndD!rtr^- Bletop
ligations. Hare of the Episcopal diocese of S
Dakota, was largely responsible for
securing the passage of the bill.
The News little ads are the key to
he solution of your troubles. Here
i re a few things ln today's issue:
' For rent—Store rooms, furnish Ki
ooma, good farms, etc.
For sale—Pigs, horses, business, reo-
dence and farm property lots, many
Situations wanted—By chamber-
nails, housekeepers, office girls, etc.
Help wanted—Chambermaids, ap-
irentlc'.s, solicitors, Housekeepers, etc.
Lost and found—A number of arti-
les of value.
mcmillan & co.
Cotton Exchange, Brokers Cotton,
Stocks and Grain.
120 1-2 EAST MAIN STREET
$10 MARGINS 1.000 BU8HEL8 GRAIN
$10 MARGINS 10 SHARES STOCKS
$25 MARGINS 25 BALES COTTON
PRIVATE WIRE SERVICE TO ALL MARKETS
ESTES TIN SHOP
Skylights, Metal Celling, Cornice and Sheet Metal Work, Hot Air Furnace.
All Klids Tanks.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FREE.
Terms Cash $$$ E. Main, TsL $43
will love her always, sometimes they
are both young enough to believe It.
Interest, property, asd equity of re- Every man should
K I C K
If your p«per is not delivered in due time or
if the carrier boy shows lack of oourtesy
We can get good carrier service only by
your help in reporting negligence.
James R. Roosevelt, Jr., cousin of
know himself. the president and nephew of John
demptlon in or to said premises or any but ln doing so he Is apt to waste a lot Jacob Astor. has been sued for di-
C. E HTJNTBR
Clerk of Said District Court.
(Seal) B C. A. 8TA0BER,
CAD* k BTANARD.
Attorneys for Plalntlf $$-w3t
DR. JOSEPH HAIOH,
Chronic Diseases Exclusive?,
$1$ North Oklahoma Ave.
Who advertise ln The Dally Newa
reach more homes and more pec^U
and get more results than ln any OtS
*t local paper ln the city of Shawnee
TRY THE SHAWNEE NEW*.
of time that might be spent In mak rorce by his wife. Details regard-
ing more agreeable acquaintances !ng tjje su]t have not Ven made pub-
MUSINGS OF THE GENTLE CYNIC. "J* "/^New
Bailer, wife of John Bailer of New
The lofty Ideals of some men are York, is named as co-respondent
restricted to high living Roosevelt eloped with this woman Is richly weighted with Information
— early ln January and spent several on almost every conceivable (.ubject
Contentment Is merely dividing weeks In her company before return- and la a marvelous repository of facta,
what you have with what you want ]ng to New York and Ms wife. Mr* flgcres and cyclopedic knowledge well
There la plenty Tf room at the top was formerly Sarah Mels- nigh Indispensable to every one who
without pushing anybody else off tnger. a well known woman of the needs to refer to recent historical, po-
— tenderloin, and was married to the lltltal or general happenings
Some people's only Idea of prepar gay Jlmmie Roosevelt six years ago Within lta covers may be found 10,-
Ing for the next world la to take sui g|nce thtt time until a few months 00 facta and figurta, embracing a.
phar batha. ^ a?0 they have lived 1n a handsome most every subject of dally IntereaL
xv. ~ _ ,. . mansion on Riverside drive. New it ta the one book that tells you
anything for the girl he loves. **p Tork. Young Roosevelt InherlU, something about everything aad ev-
dally her fortune. $500,000 upon the death of his father erythlng about a great many things.
— three years ago. and also haa an n- Over 600 pages strongly bound ln
Borne men look so far ahead that nua] income of $150,000 from the es- an Illuminated cover.
they lose sight of the opportunities ot hlg mothCT Helen Astor Roo"-- Now on aale all over the Ualtsd
ander their very nose*. ^ It u pr0bable that the divorce. States for 15 cents.
When the parlor gaa la tamed " will carry with It a hand- Mailed to any addreea for J5 centa
down tt'« a pretty good sign that the aome sum In alimony. This Is the by the Press Publishing Company
young fellow calling there lan'L second divorce case Involving a rel- New York Citr *
10c PER WEEK
IN THE CITY
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 77, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 19, 1907, newspaper, March 19, 1907; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106361/m1/4/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.