The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 104, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1907 Page: 8 of 8
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3 Months $1 00
FRIDAY, APRIL 1*. 1*>7-
T rie Shawnee News
■mi CURE TWE LUNCS
*™ Dr. King's
flevo Store, flew ©oobe!
SHAWNEE OEHTAL PARLORS
^ i E Milo it"*1- orer Hlckey Broa
<}old Fillings - - - f 1.00 up
Silver Fillings - - 50 ets up
\11 Work Guaranteed
Clarke's Seed Store
Z in East Main 8t
7 CLARKE * KELLER, Prope.
♦ We tell everything In |*rden.
♦ field ud Bower teedt, alfalfa,
i clover, Umothy, Bermuda seed
J Ribbon Cue seen, S r millet
♦ tweet potatoee wrtatoee, oats
♦ everything in aeeda
♦ We buy ewe, Kafflr, millet
I etc. We will tave y*w tnomey on
ONE HAT WILL NOT FIT EVERY
HEAD. NEITHER WILL ONE
SHAPE 8UIT EVERY FACE. IN
OUR BIG LINE OF NEW HATS WE
HAVE FELT, PANAMAS AND
STRAWS TO FIT EVERY HEAD
A ID SUIT EVERY FACE.
TRY ONE ON.
WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR BIO LINE OF
Guaranteed Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Caps, and all kinds
of Men's and Boys' Furnishing: Goods.
AND WHEN YOU SEE THEM DON'T FORGET THAT EVERY SUIT IN OUR BIG STOCK OF HAND TAIL-
OREO SUITS 13 ABSOLUTELY NEW. THE NEWEST IN STYLE, CUT AND PATTERN. MADE TO FIT
AND TO WEAR.
A BIG LINE OF THE NEWEST THINGS IN FANCY VESTS JUST ARRIVED.
OUR MOTTO IS: HANDLE NOTHING THAT WILL NOT STAND AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE.
BUY YOUR SUIT OF US. WE KEEP IT PRESSED FOR YOU.
Sample-Halley & Co.
16 East Main St.
IF YOU WEAR SHOES, YOU
WANT SHOES THAT WILL WEAR.
SEE OUR NEW LINE OF DUN-
LAP AND HELMER3, BETTMAN
SHOES. THE BEST THAT CAN
Tulsa'! Chief it Well.
Tulsa, L T., April 19.—Chief of Po-
lice W. J. Barber and son, Herbert,
returned from Chicago, where they
have been under treatment aeveral
weeks for wounds Inflicted by a rabid
dog. Both men say they were dis-
charged as cured and anticipate no
Wharton, Tex., May ti, 1905.
'Please ship three groat Dr. Mendea-
hall's Chill and Fever Cure as per your
quotaUons. We have been selling
your ChlU Cure for six years and
think It the best chill tonic on the mar
kef—U B. Outler & Co., Druggists
Sold by Shawnee Drug Co.
Booze it Destroyed by the Wholesale.
Muskogee, '• T". Ap,r11 "'"Z™.6 At Chicago Magazine Thinks Thl. City
struction of 2.000 bottles of beer, Capita| of New 8tate.
gallons of spiked cider and the j-j ^ (jUowtng paraph was taken
rest of fifteen alleged fronl ^ artlcle on Oklahoma appear-
the record William ^Johnson, spec ^ ^ ^ AprU number of Chl-
ial agent of the Interior departm Magazine, a publication gotten
for the suppression of the commercial organization
fic in the Indian Territory, brings A cut o( Broadway, fur-
nished by the Shawnee Chamber of
Commerce Is a feature of the artlcle:
"The enabling act established the
from the southern district.
Patronise your home greenhouse
they tare a full stock of rotes, crlm-
On ICE CREAM will tell yon that oura
It pure. The best Ingredients only
tre used in Its make-up. Parties,
socials, etc . furnished on short no-
Fancy brick and Individual molds.
Close Contestants for Cup.
Norman, Okla.. April 19.—At Its
regular meeting the Senate Library
society of Oklahoma University chose
the following contestants to reprel
sent them In the Garber cup conhst,
which takes place commencement
week. Debate, Henry Force and J
C.' Culver; extemporaneous spcech,
F. E. McReynoldt; parliamentary
drill, Edgar Harris.
they Lav. a full stock of rotes, enn, ~ ^ fUt# ln Gulhrle
• r*mble™' hTbjT " jr^ Take until" 1313. when the question of Its
scrubs, at Conover's raenlwuaa. Tato location will be submitted
the Broadway , yoteri of the 5Ute. ,t is
dence avenue, and walk three bloc^ lmpo88(ble (0 foreclat the conditions
•***" i|n U13 but It looka as if the contest
,, , ,rtrtr„. .will Ue between Guthrie and Shaw-
Guthrie. Okla., April 10.-The ad- nee. the latter, being near the geog
Mrs, McNabb't Attallant Gett 16 j
Muskogee, 1. T.t April 19. Fifteen
years at hard labor ln the peniten
tiary Is the penalty which H. C.
Campbell, colored, will have to pay
for the assault upon Mrs. Maggie Mc-
Nabb, four miles northeast of this
city last September. In leas than
15 minutes after the case was submit-
ted to the Jury they filed back Into the
court room and reported that they
had reached an agreement, with the
A feature of the trial was the fact
that two negroes and one Indian were
on the Jury which convicted Camp-
ISO) RftCINGJALENOAR i G01iG EVENTS'
which Kane of Kingfisher is chair tant for the honor,
man. was submitted to the convention
BLUE RIBBON CREAM-
ERY 8 ICE CREAM GO.
Pay $5 on Opening Night
Enid. Okla.. April 19.—The Loewen
opera house, costing >75.000, was op-
ened here last night, five hundred
tickets being told at $5 each. The
house has a capacity of 1,400.
Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup. Children like 1U pleasant
tatte. Contains no opiates, but drives
the cold out through the bowels. Made
In conformity to Pude Food and Drug
Law. Recommended and sold by C.
R. Harry man.
May 9, Belmont park.
May 10, Graveeeud.
May 27, Belmont park.
June 6. Graveaend.
June IS, Buffalo.
June 20, Sheepsbead bay.
July 10, Brighton Beach meeting op
ens, lasting untT. Augutt S
August 6. Saratoga 8prtngs.
Augutt 21, Bheepshead Bay.
September 1«, Gravesend.
September SO. Brighton
October 7. Belmont park.
October 21. Jamaica.
October 2«, Plmlico.
November 2. Aqueduct
November 1S-30, Benninga.
! April 26—The M-,W. A. presenta-
tion, giving banner to Shawnee lodge
(7781, the largest lodge In the territory
The head council will be here.
AprU 20, May 1-2—Grand Lodge of
the K. of P. o( Oklahoma to meet In
May 30—Decoration Day.
June 4—National board of directors
of Farmers' Union meet ln 8hawnee.
June 14—Flag Day. First anniversary
of Oklahoma being admitted to state*
Illinois Man Here,
Charles DeSilva of Jacksonville, 111-
c _ arrived in Shawnee today for a visit
Through blood poisoning caused by with ti, brother^ John DeSilvaand
a 5I, !er bite. John Washington of Bos- hi, numerous friends. He wiU ^
quevllle. Tex . would hive lost his leg. main over Sunday when he will lea
which necame a mass of running sores, for Port Arthur. Texas.
^•"c * ,a ,ow window an* .r
first arrlcatlon relieved, snd four the choice arUcles to be offered at
boxes healed all the tores." Heal, ev- Bleuers big grab bag sale Saturday
|ery tore. 25c at all druggists.
On Dolls and Hose at the 10c Store,
Saturday, April 20. All 25c dolls 10c.
Ladles', children's. •£*>'. - hose 25c
value 10c pair. . Maln
November 18-30, Benninga. a Wrpld „ver when Herblne.
November SI. All aboard for NewOr ^ on]y „Ter reguiator. wlU help
eans. San Francisco and points touth ^ There „ no rea8on why you
tnd west. ghould suffer from dyspepsia, consUpa-
; <ion, chills and fever or any liver com-
Just Because ' nlalnts when Herblne will cure you
y.-ur <ough Is only In the throat an ^ ^ Walt Wegtvtlle, Fla., writes: "I
does not trouble you now, don t think fof a month wlIh chills and
that It needs no attention. When it an(J afur uklng tw, ^.tUet of
has not had much of a start la the ^ we)1 an(J healUly.~
time to check it The slightest cougt
easily leaJs to pneumonia, bronchitis r,^a.
and consumption. A bottle of Bal- "Nothing so good C' ca ««.t
lard's Hor. hound Syrup will cure that writes a mother who hM used It
coil The price put. It within reach saved my baby', life." write, another
if «ii At all druggists. * t Cascasweet is a vegetable correct.ve
for the disorders of a child's stomf i
% 11*1 bat a ©rant* 0>utcba iny Opportunity
^bis 15 for tbe people of Sbavvnee!
If your bocae it lame or interfering
he can be cored and corrected.
JOCKEY SHOEING SHOP,
Corner Seventh and Union.
ties in Real Estate
Moat complete list la the city
both city and farm property. See nt
for a complete list of price* and
terms We can tell yoo both vacant
and Improved property In any part
of Shawnee at the moet reasonable
price*, and oo terms to suit the pur
RIGHT IN THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON. THEY HAVE A CHANCE
TO BUY THE BEST FURNITURE AT A PRICE AS LOW
WO'JLO SET ON THE GOODS YOURSELF. OUR STOCK OF
Lace Curtains and Draperies
s VERY COMPLETE. NOT A~DOlLAR'S WORTH OF OLD "*
THIS IT WAS PURCHASED NEW FOR THE EUMMER 8EAS°!J!
ING TO THE IMMENSE VARIETY AND THE GREAT ASSORTMENT,
WE ARE UNABLE TO NAME PRICES ON THESE GOODS. BUT .T IS
NOT LIKELY THAT YOU WILL EV*RIHAV* ^^""HESE PRICES
TY TO BUY LACE CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES AT THESE Pmt,t
DO^OT FAIL TO SEE OUR SHOWING OF MADRAS CLOTH.
White Swan Felt Mattresses
A FEW THAT YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH. THESE INDICATE THE
TENDENCY THROUGHOUT THE ENTRE STORE.
GOOD GRADE COMBINATION FANCY TICK £JBS
FELT MATTRESS. EXTRA GOOD QUALITY -IS-"
WHITE SWAN FELT MATTRESS *1500
Our Mission Furniture Dept
IS GETTING BIGGER EVERY DAY. THE BEST FURNITURE AT LOW-
EST PRICES 13 WHAT 18 DOING ITt
MISSION CHAIRS, A3 COMFORTABLE A3 THEY LOOK, FROM $2.W
MISSION PORCH ROCKERS, $5.50 UP.
MISSION LIBRARY TABLES. $6.00 TO
MISC ION HALL RACKS, $19.90.
NO MATTER HOW LONG AHEA YOU MAY BE ABLE TO ANTICI-
PATE YOUR WANTS, WE WILL SELL YOU ANYTHING IN THIS
STORE AT A PRICE SO EXTREME1Y LOW THAT FOR YOU THE PUR-
CHASE WILL BE A MOST PROFITABLE INVESTMENT. DONT FAIL
TO COME. • ii
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Pbooe 201 tM East Main, j
Galbraith Furniture & Carpet Company |
125 127 NORTH BROADWAY -
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 104, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1907, newspaper, April 19, 1907; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106388/m1/8/: accessed September 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.