The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 92, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1907 Page: 4 of 12
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FRIDAY. APRIL V 1«T.
P«e Food Law, GnriKet No. 20-41. Sued u *• U
TRY A KBWSWAIQAD
tk£Y tt>. t Aiyum
E Off Ask Yourself
iTION OF OR-
iMak. bc^: bcefi etc.
Krttsr.g vaued to wit. and
Urrf^P.-- a U -rrjdi *i a cap o<
ARJOSA Csjter. v +nd) we irfA «s
the origBiJ b?* grw"** * —--—-
seeded ■ rn . . ■ ■ ■ « &«-«-. T*i bca roa*ed fr«fc drr.
AJ-tL. ARiOSA <i<b roMed w y to get a o*> of ct^t< tkat lades
r.^ .,f.. Im iSTummf i lie cofee, al the <fctc*w iavor
[««om • * ' - f"" 'J " Jl *d aikj wom intact, to bey aifcvua'
r;;c:: ariqsa ^ ^« , >-. *
cue*? mac + -umif
.nbe zm fc*
tut r • an< «*r' *aa ® rartitrr •
cufor ahc Wj« F"-"- '•= « rxjm-. ">:! «■*
Sew buy >"j« <x£tt out of a br^
bic or tn. !f a v ere good the ro**f
■would not be ashamed to *?S it ir. a
~ '* r'** wjdi hit &aroe on it.
7W — J MhUb AJQQ&A -- —: "■"* W J
If your grocer won't supply. wr*e to
New Y«« Q .
mcmillan &■ Co.
Cotton Exchange, Brokers Cotton,
Stocks and Grain
DR. CLARK FILES REPORT.
TO FIGHT FOR LIFE
WORK OF WRE
H *p>taJ, 100 New and 61 D'k
Koran, OUa Aprii l.—Dr Clark.
iupKlot^s4cot fA the O^ahonia Saxtl-
urtti company, filed bis quarterly
report with the governor Th<- reporthundred and seventy-three cases
shows an taensaae since tl«e first of six** thirty we criminal ea «
the vfi- oT thirty-nine priioM On they will come up tar trial n-rt week
* Katy Tra n Went In an Ope"
Al eged Wife Murderer to Go on Thai
Before Judge Garber at En d.
Knid, Okla. April 5.—Judge Garb*: Bartlesville I
has opened tie April term of the du- Missouri. Kansas and Texas
trict wort Tie docket contain* one j p^aehger traio s<j. ji ran Into an
r<>gaiQ a reduc-
- :« train service of two
jLjurs a <?ay and an incTeaaf In par-
far all lines of labor in the Brother-'
titv ti EASI * rRIlT
...jc bushels omain
, -,8 m balis cot tod
✓ rfvati WIRE SERVICE to al-l markitb
tooi of Railway Trainmen and in the
r .J a - nf Rs-'*sr Cm A nrtnrs of 10
S«>tcb at Bafilerville, I. T. ,
order of Railway Conductors of
5 600111 < per cent.
Forty-nine railroad* and 50,000
trair;rn-n are affected in the settle-
'J' <pen switch in this dty early yeater-'
aient. The approximate increase In
s. and -rasijed into a string of .jjg ^ rolll ^ ttese railroads during
freight cars on a siding Several ^ p^jng year Is estimated at J4 -
January 8rat ther<- were ' 1 :u th<- A jrratd jury of I f'e*® men *1<- be ,r ,-s^n, were badly shaken up, but yyyiycjd,
boapital. durln* the past three u-ootbs 'n -J"o the remainder of this *ee- nooe were seriously hurt. j
one hundred hare t^«-c reeeiT«-d and Tt- greaie«t interest centers ti- xy.e accident is believed to
sixty-one hare been "ither d:-charged trial of FrtU . ennegkett, a fa me.
t*-en caused by train wreckers.
or p roied for a time Th;- is the sixty years of age, who two years a*°;glr|tch light had Ween broken
greatest number that have eTer b*en >'Iltod his
oo the rolls when a report has U-n out with a hammer He then slash-
turned In «d bis arms with a batcher knife
Out of the 570 Inmates of the asy- Many think Tennegkeit insane, but
lum fortyetght are colored. 332 are his attorneys will plead self defense,
mhlte main and MO white female '-'o one witnessed the tragedy
lfe by pounding ber brainp ^ aD(j switch had been turn-
have. "PneumorWa's Deadly Work
the ixad bo seriously affected my right
and ! lung." write® Mrs Fannie Connor of
AND GALA WEEK
THE TEXAS WONDER.
•:ero« all Kldae/, Bladder and Rhet
B tten by a Spider.
Through blood poisoning caused by
a spider bite, John Washington of Boe-
Kennedy's Laxative Cough quertlle, Tex., would have lost his leg.
Children like its pleasant wblch became a mass of running sore#,
Mtk Trouble-, sold by all druggist. < «* ConUlns no opiate., but drive, hsd h.> not be«.persuaded to try Buc^
\ two months tie.taem by mall for 'be cold out through the bowels. Made lens Arnica Salve He ritea. "Tb«
II Dr. E. W. Hall, it!! Olive street
ft Ixrtrta. Mo Send for testlmon-
Ir conformity to Pude Food and Drug first applcatlon relieved,
I^w. Recommended and sold by C boxeo healed all the sores
R Harry man * erT ore 25c at all druggists
a HIGH HONOR.
R. E. Callahan *o Represent WMo'e
sale Houses at Jamestown Shew. |aD(j m them
R. E. Callahan, the well known
sales specialist, Las been honored by THAW IS SANE
being selected out of twenty appli
tanU to take charge of the exhibit < Jhe Lunac/ CommiMj0n
You can get the best furnishing Diaaolution Notice.
goods at L. C. Elston & Co'a.. 114 N I have sold all my Interest in the
Broadway, for the least price. Call firms of Berger A Co., hardware, and
4-3t Bender A Berger, saloon, to 81m
Doebbllng, the new firms assuming all
Rural Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn.,'
"that I coughed continuously night j
and day and the neighbors' prediction j
—consumption—seemed Inevitable, un-
til my huBband brought home a bottle j
of Dr. King's New Discovery, which In I
my case proved to be the only real,
cough cure and restorer of weak, aore j
lungs " When all other remedies ut-
terly fall you may still win In the bat-
tle against lung and throat troubles j
with New Discovery, the real cure |
Guaranteed by all druggtata, 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. ' j
liabilities, and all accounts are paya-
ble to tfiem. W. BERGER
April 3, 1907. 4-3t
for several wholesale dry goods
bouses of the east at th>- Jamestown
< xposition and will leave next week New York, April 5 —The lunacy
to take charge of the work, which will commission appointed by Justice Fitz-
conslst of artistic decorating and sen- 15' raid to try the sanity of Harry K
national advertising featur*- H<- will Thaw reported Thursday evening that
be accompanied by his wife and his they find Thaw sane. The moment
brother, C. C. Callahan, and will go that the decision was handed down
via Little Rock, Birmingham North District Attorney Jerome vigorously
and South Carolina to Norfoi., ai o protested against Its confirmation by
to Washington, Baltimore Philadel the court. It Is authoritatively as-
phla and New York. He will be gon- sorted that Jerome will appeal from
about three ni'mths the decision of Fitzgerald, refusing;meet with Miss Clara Belle Johnson
During Mr Call ah a r a.-'-m,- from him permission to review the minutes on Wednesday. Atril 3, at seven-
tbe city the popular and genial Mr D of the commission The appeal will thirty. All members are urged to be
I Verhlne will hav<- charge of the of- be taken In the appellate division of present as business of Importance will
Beautify your homes.
Bedding plants, hedges and scrubs,
landscape work a specialty.
See Conorer, Florist,
Ninth and Broadway 20-tf
A young man wanted to do collect-
ing at The News office.
The members of the alumni will
Jenks to Hold First Election.
Tulsa, 1. T., April 5.—Jenks, a new j
growing town on the Midland Valley I
just south of Tulsa, will next week
hold Its first municipal election, re-
cently havinp oeen incorporated. The'
town sho* . a poll of on* hundred
and fifty votes and the elo' tion prom-
ises to be an interesting event, as
there Is a contest for all offices. Jenks
has a population in excess of h00,
when a year ago It could muM- • but
a few over a hundre'
The Largest Show of Its Kind In
GREW MISS LEWIS' HAIR
AND WE CAN
Ths Griat Dandsrini Nsvtr Falls to Product thi Dstlrsd Risults
ISS Lev.is' hair was very thin and it was leas than two feel m lenffh when
•he began uaing Dandenne She aa>a her hair and acalp are now fairly
teeming with new life and vigor.
That's the main aecret of thu great remedy'a aucceaa as a hair grower. It en-
Inena. invigorates and fairly electriftea the hair gland9 and tififtlies f the
acalp. cauaing unuaual and unheard-of activity on the part of theae two most impor-
tant organa. resulting in a strenuous and continuous growth
of the hair.
The following >. ■ reproduction ol M.u Lewie' Imi letter:
Marriage Licenses Issued.
: The following marriage licenses
have been issued by the probate court
! during the past week:
Thomas F. Rich, Wanette, 22, and
Amanda Watson, Wanette, 20.
j Charles W. Cook, Temple, 27, and
V. May Wherry, Tribbey, 24
| Edward B. Jackson, Tecumseh, 24,
and Ethel Alexander, Tecumseh, 18.
Artist Kanady, Osage, 26, and Clem-
mle Allen, Tecumseh, 22.
W. C. Taylor, Choctaw, 22, and Ber-
tha Fudge, Shawnee, 18.
E. H. McLaury, Broken Arrow, 35
and Minnie B. Gray. Broken Arrow
Edgar Lee Schneiter, Shawnee, 28
and Maud Evans, Shawnee, 19.
C. S. Ross, Fort Worth. 23, and
Georgia Halse, Wanette, 21.
Alex Ward, colored. Shawnee, 23
and Roaa L Smith, colored, Shawnee,
W. M. Scott, Moral, 41, and Mabel
Johnson Romulus, 31.
All tha Latest Invantions, Sensa-
tions and Surprises that Art, In-
genuity and the Possession of
Ample Means Could Secure.
January 3, 1005
Dear Doctor Knowlton-
You know I told you in my 6rat letter that my hair would
not reach much below my ahouldera. and that all of it together
only made one tiny braid.
I am aendtng you my photograph, which I had taken at Steve*.
Broa It tell* the whole atory better than I can tell il.
Everybody I know ta uaing Danderine. ao you aee 1 am doing
aomethmg to ahow my appreciation.
Sincerely youra, (Miaa) EVA LEWIS.
latta* Photograph of Mill 1VA IIWII
••71 Maimllton Avenue, OMoago
Danderine makea the acalp healthy and fertile and keepa il
ao. It ta the greateat acalp fertiliser and therefore the gree<eat
Hair-producing remedy the world haa ever known
It ia a natural food and a wholeeome medicine for both the haa
and acalp Even a 25c bottle of It will put more
genuine life in your hair than a gallon of
any other hair tonlo ever made. It ehowt
results from the very etart.
NOW ai all drugglate In three eliee
26 eenta, 60 oanta and • 1. par fcottla
To fthew bow quickly Uandertne acta we will acad
a larg* *>am| la rrre by return mall to any one whe
tend• IhU adtertlaenieiit to th* Kaowltan Da®
dartne Co.. Chieafo.wtu their uaate adtmi and it aaau la
•tlver or Hub pa le pay pottage
20--HI6H CUSS MORAL ATTRACTIONS--^
3 - Sensational Free Acts - 3
Clerk Misted One.
A dark skinned member of the hu-
man family appeared at the office of
Clerk IX)rton at Tulsa yesterday, and
timidly slipping up to the matrimonial
clerk quaveringly Inquired:
"Say, boss, am dls de place whah I
man kin git d&t papah wich am j
necessary fo' to hitch up to his Lulu-
"You bet it is," answered the mar-
"Well, I des wanted to know," an-
swered the shine. "I'll be back soon
I'se r lne now fo' to git ma gal. She
waitln' fo' me at the conah. I be
back heah In er mtnlt"
With that he departed. The min-
ute dragged to a half hour. No bride-
groom or bride. An hour paaed.
The Inquisitive would be benedict
was still among the missing. The hour
of closing came and no Ethiopian wed-
1 guess," said the guardian of the
nuptial knot, "that some other faster
coon must have met Dulclnea at the
He sighed sadly, as he realized that
lie had mltaed passing the sentence.
Which Fills the Air with
No Effort or Expense has Been
Spared to Afford the People of
Shawnee the Largest, Cleanest
and Best Carnival Attractions
Ever Seen in the Country
DON'T FORGET THE DATEI
APRIL 8th to 13th! Inclusive
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