The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 104, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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W. J. KUHLMAN
When you have Scrap
Iron, Bones, Rags,
Rubber A Metal to sell
224 NORTH MINNESOTA ST.
Barley, Bread and Beer
These three words are derived from the
same Anglo Saxon root—breoivan.
AU three are foods. Barley, a grain
that makes both bread and beer.
Bread, a solid food. Beer, a liquid
In making bread, flour and yeast are
used; in making beer, barley-malt, hops
and yeast are used. The same principle ra in
each—both are wholesome foods.
In Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer the Pabst Eight-Day
Malting Process matures the malt slowly and uniformly,
thus transforming every particle of nutriment in the barley
into perfect food substances.
To these are added the invigo-
rating properties of the choiccst
hops, by the Pabst brewing process,
which insures absolute purity.
Your system re-
quires a iiquid. Why
not use one that Is
both food and drinlt—
Pabst Blue Ribbon
The Beer of Quality
'no arrangements were made
j for his reception and he
J However, He Secured the City Council
Chambers, Where He Addressed a
Good Crowd on the Removal
of Indian Restrictions.
Col. Robert L. Owen of Muskogee
land candidate on the democratic tic-
ket for United States senator, lectured
' In Shawnee Thursday night on the ne-
j cesslty of removing all restrictions
| from Indian lands, which ho said
should be taken out of the hands of
the clerk of the Interior department.
| When Col. Owen went to the audi-
| torlum of the city hall he found It
'dark and with no chairs In it.
This embarrassed him somewhat.
1 and hinted the idea that supporters of
other candidates were working to
make his meeting a failure. How
At Brooklyn: Brooklyn 3, New
At Pittsburg: Pittsburg 1, Chicago
At Philadelphia: Philadelphia 10,
At Chicago: Chicago 2, St. Louis
ALL ABOUT SIDEWALKS..
SEE JOE EMLINQ
Coffeyvlll# petrified brick walks, I to 8c square toot Cement wells,
10c to lie square toot All work guaranteed
ru. (28 South Bell
At Boston: Washington 4, Boston 0.
At Cleveland: Detroit 2, Cleveland
At New York: New York 8, Phila-
The special value of Pabst Blue Ribbon at meals la
that it encourages the fluids of the stomach to readier
action—thus aiding you to get tho fulleat
nourishment from your food.
George B. Crisman
120 B. Oklahoma. Phone 78*.
Made by Pabst
The Ruemmeli Braun Co,
(R. F. Wltherspoon, Mgr.)
The News—No Pure Drug Cough
Cure Laws would be needed, If all
cough cures were like Dr. Shoop'B
Cough Cure Is—and has been for 20
years. The national law now requires
that If any poisons enter Into a cough
mixture, It must be printed on the
label or package. For this reason
mothers and others should Insist on
niase u, ^ - - "aving Dr. Shoops Cough Cure No
ever he led the gathering crowd into: poison marks on Dr. Shoop a labels
the council chambers, whore it occu- and none In the medicine, else It must
pled all the available room and pack-1 by law be on tho label. And It's not
ed to the doors. ™ly " 19 8ald be by *b°J"
j Owen is a good talker of tho kind;who know4 It best a truly remarkable
, that quotes figures with the ease that
some orators make an eagle soar,
! When Interviewed by a News reporter,
I Col. Owen stated that he expected to
| carry tho election by a safe majority.
He stated that he would visit Shaw-
nee again before election.
Cashed Worthless Check.
F. M. Allen of Holdenvlle was ar-
rested yesterday afternoon for cash-
ing a worthless check for $5. His
friends made good for him and he was
turned loose. It is believed he is de-
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Very Low Round Trip Rates
SUNDAY, APRIL 21st
VI A —
Special Train will leave Shawnee at 10:30 a, m.
STANDS HIGH AMONG HIS PEOPLE
cough remedy. Take no chance, par
tlcularly with your children. Insist
on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure
Compare carefully the Dr. Shoop pack
age with others and see. No poison
marks there! You can always be on
the safe aide by demanding Di
Shoop's Cough Cure. 81mpiy refuse
to accept any other. Sold by Wallace
KCHKDUI.HI) AH FOLLOWH:
fulton Heal Market
J. K. ODM.L
Dealer In Fresh Meats,
Game and Fish
Moved across the street
from our old stand 3
doors north of postoffice
Lh„m.+4-*4 i 111 i+++4-t-M-++-n-
Rev. W. F. Smith, D. D., pastor of
Wesley A. M. E. church of this city,
and presiding elder of the Guthrie dis-
trict, stands high aifiong his people In
Oklahoma, and is one of the strongest
colored ministers in the new state.
He was born in Coweta county, Ga
was later transferred by Bishop Har-
ris to the Central Georgia conference,
and was made presiding elder. He
has presided over the Mobile district,
Birmingham district, and Dadeville
district, which he served 18 years. He
was then transferred to the Lincoln
Notice to Contractor*.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids for the building of two cisterns,
one at the Franklin and one at the
Horace Mann School buildings, will
be received at the office of the clerk
of the Board of Education up to 12
o'clock noon April 22d, 1907.
Board of Education reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Plans
and specifications at the Clerk's of-
It ti clean. Give tie old man
a trlsl at the
Bon Ton Bakery
Telephone 36** ^a,n
4. * 4 ft I
House of Lords
BAR and CAFE
Corner of Main and
! Fine Wines, Liquors
; John Garrett, Prop
in 1854, and graduated from the Clark'
University at Atlanta, Ga., finishing
his course in theology at the Gammon
Bchool. He was licensed to preach
In the M. E. church in 1873 and filled
the leading stations in Georgia, such
as Atlanta, Savannah and Macon. He
Jorors in all cases do not agree,
And In the same light thingB will not
Of the matter in hand they take dif-
And conviction by argument often re-
J. G. KNOUSE,
10:30 a. m.
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11:40 " "
ROUND TRIP KATE
Thursday morning about 4 o'clock
Thelma, infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George M. Chapman, passed from
this life to tho life eternal. Little
Thelma was two months old, and had
been ill with pneumonia but a short
time. The funeral was hold today
at 10:30 a. m. at the Catholic church
the services Being conducted by Fath-
ARRIVING IN OKLAHOMA CITY AT 12:15 NOON; RETURNING LEAVE
OKLAHOMA C ITY AT 3:00 P. M.
BASEBALL—Shawnee vs. Oklahoma City
The White City, Circle Swing, Scenic
Railway, Japanese Ba,l Game, Pony
Track, Laughing Gallery, Hall's Tours
CO feet by 100 feet, 27 rooms. II
utside rooms, centrally located, will
ent st reasonable price. Apply to
Pllcher, corner of Main and Phils-
MUSICAL COMEDY-"The Matinee Girl"
The GREAT DAVENPORT
Free Open Air Attraction—High Wire
A MULTIPLICITY OF ATTRACTIONS AND AN EXCEPTIONAL O
FORTUNITY TO TAKE THEM IN. DON'T MIS8 IT^
G W. MORGAN, Agent, Shawnee, Okla.
GEO. H. LEE, J' 3- ANALLY,
Gen. Pas.. Agt., D'"' Pa"' A^'
Little Rock, Ark. Oklahoma City, Okla.
DR. J. H. SCOTT,
Residence 320 North Beard.
Office phone 190. Res. phone 148.
Office in Whlttaker building.
Come and talk with us about that
suit we are giving away.
LOOK NEAT CLUB
oom JO Beard-Kennedy A Wheeler
Building. Phone >21.
idr. j.s.carter, dr. h. h. wilson
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat .
Office Whlttaker Bldg., Rms. 6. 6, 7,
Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee, Okla., Phone 744.
MISS NETTIE PITTMAN
Office with Cade A Stanard
Pbone, residence 921, office 209.
W. J. CRAMPTON, D. D. S
Rooms 1-2-3 Lowe Building, N. Broad
way, Shawnee. Okla.
DR. T. E. EVANS
Office Pottawatomie Bldg.
Over Mann's Drug Store
Residence 321 N. Beard
I Office phone 356. Residence phone 974
S. F. ROSE.
Specialist on all sllments of Feet
jega and Muscles. Office st Hager's
Barn. 116-118 Union
Res. Phone 36. Office phone 685
DR. C. C. Y0UMAN8,
Whlttaker Bldg. Shawnee. Okla
DR. CHA3. D. BALL
All chronic aliments s specialty. Of
flee over Roy Jenkins', corner Msta
and Broadway. Examination free st
office, Shawnee, Okla. Phone 614.
B. F. HARRISON
BRICK AND STONE WORK
1610 North BroMway
J. A. WELLS.
avenue. Bhaw-lover Mann's Drug Btore. Phone 264
REV. W. F. SMITH, D. D.
JOSEPH HAIGH, M. 0.
j Chronic Pelvic, Malig-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
conference in the west by Bishop Ham-, Diseases
riar-fS.'vrtyis Mi MMM *«m
this place. At the last conference
held at Muskogee March 14 he was
made presiding elder over the Guthrie
district by Bishop Moore. 19-tf
PETERS A NETHERCOT,
tOOM 60, WHITTAKER BUILDING,
WOOD A SON
Phone 1061 No. 118 N. Bell
Shawnee, O. T.
WILLIAM H. DODGE,
Collections, Commercial Law. Con-
veyancing. All Instruments of writing
accurately drawn and acknowledge-
ments taken. Office, room 18 over
First National Bank.
DR. G. H. SANBORN
Over Oklahoma National Bank.
= flee hours 9 to 12, 2:30 to 5. Pbone
More Oil is Struck.
8nlphur, I. T., April 19.—The ar-
tesian sands were struck at 410 feet
In the W. L. Townsley well at the
Park hotel. The well comenced flow-
ing oil with its sulphur water and cre-
ated much excitemenL There was
a grand rush of citizens, tourists, oil
men and health seekers to the scene.
The oil experts who are busily en-
gaged covering the surrounding coun-
try with oil and gas leases say It is
only a pocket of seap oil.
They believe the pool from which
the pocket oil escapes lies 1500 to
2000 feet below the surface. Colonel
Townsley was drilling only for sul-
phur water for use in hiB hotel. The
Vendome Amusement company had
contracted for the overflow, the big
Vendome well not being sufficient to
fill the company's great bathing pool
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'S
Drummers Air a Grievance. residence 82, office 236.
Madison, Wis., April 19.—"Give us I
Individual towels or give us death,"
is the war cry of the Wisconsin state
convention of the Traveling Men's
Protective association, In annual ses-
sion here today. Delegates declare
that they will make the matter a nat-
ional issue, and that hereafter such
hotels as require guests to wipe their
faces on a piece of dirty cotton clotl1 Agent for the Richardson-Gay Oil Co.
swung on a roller will be boycotted, j onmnanv office soutfc of
But this city's people are of one mind
In believing that "Meek's Is the best
place to find nn me compauy a r—
Groceries high grade and meats that between mianight nnd morning. The
are nice, ] oil. If It doesn't prove to be a paying
The finest oi eatables,
right in the wm ^e cased oft.
Meeks & Co, Market
GROCERIES AND MEATS,
And yon will use no other.
For sals at all druggists.
J. B. BURNETT,
117 1-1 E. Main St, *-
Cleaners and Dyers.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. Phone
Special attention given ladles' gar
MEN AND WOMEN.
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' CINCINNATI.0Bfl| Bold by
A r • i r or BBnt In pUio wrmpp«t
' by rxprexn. prflpstd, foi
Circular wot ou wueit
J. P. Mitchell, architect and builder
Plans and specifications furnished. A
specialty in plans for residences, bun-
galow houses, etc. J. P- Mitchell,
209 North Broadway. Phone 197, res-
idence phone 1122. M*tf
Indigent company office south of
Rock Island, other side of viaduct on
Bell streeL 1-1111
j A marvelous preparation containing
the constituent elements of Ufa, Hol-
llster's Rocky Mountain Tea cures
when all else has failed. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Shawnee Drug Co. •
Kansas Educational Meeting.
Lawrence, Kan., April 19.—A two
days' conference of the superintend-
ents and high school principals of the
state commenced today at the univer-
sity. Addresses will be made by
Professor . W. Shipley of Washington |
University and Professor Markham of
Baker University. The biological
sciences will be the main subjects of
discussion. Instructors In Latin and
Greek wll also hold a meeting.
Office phone 124, residence 114.
Office 212 N Broadway.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
lensral S'orage, Crating and Packing
Big Wagona at Low Prices.
Moving a Specialty.
WALKER A WI8HART.
Mrs. Clara White
124 W**t Main
Opposite Bottling Wolka
E. D. REASOR
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Justice of the Peace
Room 6 City Hall Building
Shawnee, • • • • OklaAonw
J. p. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Office phone 197, residence phone 1122
O. E. TABLER
Contractor and Plastarar
Corner 11th and Klmborly Street
DON'T FORGET (
L. C. MILLS;
When you want your (
lawn mowers sharp-
ened or repaired and
all other repairing.
101 N. Philadelphia.
4 " V
w. A. Perkins
CARPENTER A CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY
P. O. Bo* 773 110 8. Dixon
Shop 122 B. Penn. Phone 716.
♦ 4 4 4 H I 14 I H 4 II H
Phone 843 202 8. Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy, Prop.
Will do work In any part of city.
Call me by phone. Ilecommended by
Rocky Hi untain Tea Huggeti
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Statement January 1, 1*07
New York Underwriters Agency
Policies 8ecured by
SSETS 1 ,054.84X41
)utstandlng Losses .... 1.117,89S.M
tevenuo for reinsurance 10,946.640.86
y Other Liabilities .... 1,170,409.36
Net Surplus 2,819,909.69
Surplua to Policy Holders 4,819,909.60
The NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS
AGENCY has a notable record of near-
y ha!" a century of honorable dealing
with the Insuring public.
8?n Francisco L"«a«s Promptly Paid
4ELVN DEAN INSURANCE AGEN-
106 N. Union Ave., Shawnee, Okla
8. M. GLOYD
Promptness and Satlafactlon.
H. E. JACOB), Mgr.
JI5 Pear&ern St., Chicajo.
When down torro don't (Drget
No. • Wert Mala
F. B. DUNN, Proj*.
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