The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 109, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 24, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1907.
TRY A NKW8 WANT AD
:ill THE cough
> CURE THE LUNGS
50c & $1.00
nteed for all THROAT and
LUNG TROUBLES, or MONET
IAWNF.E DENTAL PARLORS
t E. Main street, over Hickey Broa/
id Crowns • ■ -
rcelian Crowns - -
lige Work • - •
)ld Fillings - - - #1.00 up
iver Fillings - - 50 cts up
!l Work Guaranteed
Clarke's Seed Store
118 Eaat Main 8L
CLARKE * KELLER, Prop*.
We sell everything In garden.
Held and flower seeds, alfalfa,
oloTer, timothy, Bermuda seed
Ribbon Cane seeo, i-affir millet
iBwe«t potatoes. sotatoea, oats
I everything in aeeda.
We buy cane, Kaffir, millet,
jetc. We will aave you money on
(your aeed bill.
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Only school In the U. 8. operand by 1U!I-
way employing. Many r. I vantages o*er
all others. Catalogue free.
1) Me ihon.T,fhi School, Cltr. "■
PUGILISTIC—Albert Delmont of
Boston and Owen Mor&n of Blrmlng-
| ham, Eng.. fight twenty rounds in
l London for world's bantamweight
championship. Sam Langford of
Boston meets Tiger Smith in London
| as preliminary to Delmont-Moran bout
| Monday. Kid Texas and Roxy Roach
flght twenty rounds at Pueblo, Colo.,
Monday. Honey Mellody and Mike
Twin Sullivan flght twenty rounds
for the welterweight championship
at Los Angeles Tuesday. Muggey
Shoels of Cheyenne and Kid Herrick
of Ogden, will meet at Ogden, Utah.j
Wednesday. Joe Thomas and Willie
Lewis are scheduled to box six
rounds in New York Wednesday. Kid
Murphy and Willie Schumaker are I
matched to box six rounds in Milwau-
kee Thursday. George Williams and
Freddie Cole will go ten roondB at
Fort Wayne, Ind., Thursday. Kid
Beebe and Tommy O'Keefe will meet
at Lancaster, Pa., Thursday.
RACING—Entries for 85,000 Park
Brew stakes at Providence Grand Cir-
cuit meet cloBe Tuesday. Aqueduct
race meeting closes Thursday. Met-
ropolitan Jockey Club opens eleven
day meet at Jamacal, L. I., Friday,
with $10,000 Excelsior handicap as
feature. Great Metropolitan handi-
cap, English racing feature, will be
run Friday. Running meet of Lex-
ington, Ky , Racing association opens
Saturday, lasting to May 4.
GOLF AND TENNIS—Internation-
al amateur tennis championship be-
gins at London Wednesday. Lake-
wood Country club golf tourney opens
near New York Thursday.
AUTOMOBILES—Four dayB racing
meet begins at Atlantic City Tuesday.
Touring contest of Automobile Club
of Touralne begins Thursday.
show and athletic carnival opens Wed-
nesday. Interscholastic track and
field meet opens at Oklahoma Uni-
versity Friday. Thirteenth annual
relay races of University of Pennsyl-
vania will be contested Saturday.
Track meet of Arkansas Athletic as-
sociation will be held in Little Rock
BASEBALL—Gulf Coast league op-
ens season Wednesday. Eastern
league begins pennant race Wednes-
day. Tri-State league opens Wed
nesday. Connecticut league opens
Thursday. Central league opens
Thursday. New England league op-1
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
contains about the same
food values found in bread
and egg*—almost the same
as those in milk—with this
difference in Pabst'a favor:
The Pabst Eight-Day
Malting Process has made
I Notes of the Rail
brick and Individual molds.
Railway Accounting Officers.
Atlantic City, N. J.. April 24.—The
Association of American Railway Ac-
counting Officers is holding its con
volition in Atlantld City today. Rail-
these food substances j roads of all parts of the country have
easily digestible, so they sent delegates to the meeting.
are practically in the form
of liquid bread.
Commerce Commission Hearings.
i Washington, April 24.—The inter-
Pabst Blue Ribbon state commerce commission is hold-
Beer instead of making ing hearings today in Columbus, O.,
work for the stomach, Jin(j Memphis, Tenn. In the former
'i, v ,he commission win consider tno
cases of the Ohio railroad commission
against the Hocking Valey Railroad
company and the Wheeling & Lake
Brie Railroad company, involving
charges of unjust discrimination
against certain coal operators in the
matter of car distribution. The hear-
ing in Memphis is on the relation ot
common carriers to tho producers of
oil and coal and the transportation
of those commodities.
Try Pabst by 'phoning
for a case.
The Ruemmeli-Braun Co.,
(R P. Witherspoon, Mgr.)
Gulf Coast League Opens.
New Orleans, La., April 24.—The
Gulf Coast league, which was organ-
ized this year, inaugurates its first
pennant race this afternoon. With
the exception of Orange, Texas, all
the towns on the circuit are in Louis-
iana. Lake Charles opens at Mon-
roe, Orange at Alexandria and Opel
otsas at Lafayette. The schedule
provides sixty games in each city.
"Pneumonia's Deadly Work
had so seriously affected my right
lung," writes Mra. Fannie Connor of
Rural Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn.,
"that I coughed continuously night
and day, and the neighbors' prediction
—consumption—seemed inevitable, un
til my husband brought home a bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery, which in
my case proved to be the only real
cough cure and restorer of weak, sore
lungs." When all other remedies ut-
terly fall you may still win in the bat-
tle against lung and throat troubles
with New Discovery, the real cure.
Guaranteed by all druggists, 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. •
other roads. At the meeting last
fall it was decided to raise the rate
from 25 rents to 60 cents a day, but
a number of roads refused to become
parties to this agreement and are
still paying and receiving the old
rate. Representatives of some of
the larger roads advocate th < rais-
ing of the rate to $1 a day. It Is
alleged that at the old rate of l'3
cents a day, many of the smaller
lines find it more economical to use
the cars of other roads for indefinite
periods, keeping the cars in their
possession for months a a time, rath
er than purchase rolling stock of their'
Woman Pays Fares.
Tulsa, April 24.—A pathetic seen*
occurred on the A. V. & W. passengt r
train returning from Keystone Sun-
day night. Two youths from Tulsa,
who were badly intoxicated and who
had spent nil their money, were creat-
ing a disturbance on the train. When
the conductor asked them for their
fares it developed that they were
without money. The conductor stop-
ped the train and had put one of th«
boys off, whon a lady, apparently 35
years of age, asked the conductor if
she might not pay the boys' fares.
The contribution was accepted ana
the boys rode on into Tulsa.
Whon seen at tho Frisco dopot by
a reporter the woman refused to give
her name. She had two children
with her and was on the way to Kan-
sas City. One of tho boys In ques-
tion is named Harlow. The other
boy's name is not known. The wo-
man gave the boys a note, in which
she begged them to lead a better life
in the future.
A marvelous preparation containing
the constituent elements of life, Hoi-
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea cures
when all else has failed. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Shawnee Drug Co. •
Hearing on Grain Rates.
St. Louis, Mo., April 24.—Attorneys
for the Missouri Pacific and Iron
Mountain roads, of the Gould system.
appeared before Judge Adams in the
United States circuit court here to-
day and attempted to show cause why
a permanent injunction should not be
issued restraining the roads from al
leged discrimination in grain rateR
against St. Louis and in favor of
Kansas City, SC. Joseph, Omaha and
Des Moines. The application was
made by five St. Louis grain dealers,
who charge that the rate on grain
frcm northern points to the south is Revival Meetings
cheaper when shipped through Mis- The revival meetings at 717
souri river points than when routed Main street conducted by Rev.
by way of St. Louis. The roads al- and Mrs. S. E. Moore and Mrs. Claude
lege that St. Louis shipments involve j Davis will be continued this week
n longer haul. ! Meetings every night. Eight have
been saved. Good singing. God is
American Railway Association. working in the hearts of the peopW
Chicago, April 24.—The American AH are welcome.
Railway association began its spring,
meeting at the Auditorium hotel to-' For Rent.
day, with representatives of all the 50 feet by 100 feet, 17 rooms, 18
leading roads of the country present utside rooms, centrally located, will
One of the most important subjects ent at reasonable price. Apply to
up for consideration is that of the Pllcher, corner of Main and Phlla-
per diem rate for the use of cars of elphla ,
(Their Own Process)
II is transparent—so
clear you can reaf
It lathers Ireely In all
kinds ol water. For use
in hard water its strong-
Women say there is
nothing to equal It lor
washing the hair.
Made troin the whitest,
§urest and best vegeta-
te oils — oils that you
It's twice the size and
less than one-hall the
.1 cost ol any brand ot real-
ly good transparent soap.
Eastern League Season.
New York, April 24.—The baseball
season ou the Eastern league circuit
opens this afternoon. Many change-
have been made in the line ups of
all the teams and all apparently hav
a chance at the pennant.
Finder of my solitaire diamond ring
will he paid the above reward upon
return of ring to the State National
Bank. 8 20t CHAS. T. DERR
DR. J. H. SCOTT,
Residence 320 North Beard.
Office phone 190. Res. pfcone 148.
Office In Whittaker building.
g In the worldi
ties Between E
"Preventics" will promptly check a
cold or the grippe when taken early
JCE CREAM will tell you that ours ah at ^e "sneeze stage " Preventics
fare. The best lngr( dlents only cur® Beated colds as well. Proven-
used in Its make-up. Parties, |tlcs a™ lltu« candy cold cure tab
to. etc., furnished on short no-]>«*«. and Shoop, Racine. Wis,
will gladly mall you samples and a
book on colds free, If you will write
htm. The samples prove their merit.
Check early colds with Preventlca
and stop pneumonia. Sold In 5c and
25c boxes by Wallace Mann. •
)R.J. 8. CARTER, DR. H.H. WILSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. .
Office Whittaker Bldg., Rma. 5, 6, 7,
Hours 9 to 12 a. m„ 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee, Okla., Phone 764.
8 ice cream co.
d 26c. Seat*
f program tom
5 to re
ti. Main Ht
our horse is lame or Interfering
be cured and corrected.
OCKEY SHOEING SHOP,
Corner Seventh and Union.
in Real Estate
it complete list in the city of
lty and farm property. See us
complete list of prices and
We can sell you both vacant
mproved property In any part
Civil Service Examinations.
Washington. April 24.—Civil ser-
vice examinations are being held to-
day for an assistant geologist in the
government survey service, a geolo-
gist in the Philippine service, a Hin-
doo interpreter in the immigration
service, a monotype machinist in tho
government printing office, a testing
•ssltant In the forest service and an
apprentice draftsman In the ordnance
bureau of the war department.
Examinations will be held on Uay
8 and 9 next for assistant chemist and
assistant physicist in the bureau of
standards and for a labaratory helper
In the department of agriculture.
DR. T. E. EVANS
Office Pottawatomie Bldg.
Over Mann's Drug Store
Residence 321 N. Beard
Office phone 366. Realdence phone (74
Bitten by a Spider.
Through blood poisoning cauaed by
a spider bite, John Washington of Bos-
quevllle, Tex., would have lost his leg,
which became a mass of running sorea,
had he not been persuaded to try Buck-
len's Arnica Salve. He writes: "The
flrst applcatlon relieved, and four
boxes heal?d all the soreB." Heals ev
ery sore. 25c at all druggists. '
Lancaster Boxing Show.
Lancaster, Pa., April 24.—A six
round battle between Tommy O'-
Keefe and Kid Beebe is the feature of
the card arranged for the boxing
show to be pulled off by the Lancas-
ter Athletic club tomorrow night.
Christ Witch of Lancaster and Billy
awnee at the most reasonable | Jones, a promising middleweight of
. .. York, will go in the semi wlndup.
and on terms to suit the pur-
Estate, Loans and Insurance
THE TEXAS WONDER.
Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheu-
matic Troubles; sold by all druggists.
A two months treatment by mall for
$1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. 8end for testimon
206 East Main. lals. 10-July-D-W
JOSEPH HAIGH, M. D,
Chronic Pelvic, M a 1 i g-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
Come and talk with us about that
suit we are giving away.
LOOK NEAT CLUB
oom >0 Beard-Kennedy A Wheeler,
Building. Phone 921.
MISS NETTIE PITTMAN
Office with Cade t Stanard
Phone, residence 921, office 209
S. F. ROSE,
Specialist on all ailments of Feet
^egs and Muscles. Office at Hager's
Barn, 118-11S Union avenue, Shaw-
PETERS & NETHERCOT,
tOOM SO, WHITTAKER BUILDING,
WOOD A SON
Phone 1061 No. Ill N. Bell
Shawnee, O. T.
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
Office and residence 125 1-2 North
Broadway. Phone 438.
Res. Phone 35. Office phone 586
DR. C. C. YOUMAN8,
Whittaker Bldg. Shawnee. Okla
DR. CHAS. D. BALL
All chronic alusenta a specialty. Or
flee over Roy .'enkliis', corner Mala
ami Broadway. Examination free at
office. Shawnee, Okla Phone 114.
J. A. WELLS.
Over Mann's Drug Store. Phone 864,
B. F. HARRISON
BRICK AND STONE WORK
1610 North Brcatway
L. c. mills !
When you want your
DR. Q. H. SANBORN
Over Oklahoma National Bank Of-
fice hoars I to 11 1:10 to 6. Phone
residence II, office III.
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'S
WHITB ROBE COMPLEXION
a a you will ase no other.
Per sals at all druggists.
117 1-1 R. Main 8t, w «
Cleaners and Dyers.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. Phone
Special attantloB given ladles' gar
J. 8. BURNETT,
Agent for the Rlchardson-Oay Otl Co.
Indigent company office south of
Rock Island, other side of viaduct on
Bell street Urn
Office phone 114, residence 114.
Office 212 N. Broadway.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
leneral Storage, Crating and Packing.
Big Wagons at Low Prices.
Moving a Specialty.
WALKER A WIBHART.
Mrs. Clara White
Satisfaction Guaranteed ■
t tZ4 Wast Main
Opposite Bottling Wotka
WILLIAM H. DODGE,
Collections, Commercial Law, Con <• lawn mowers sharp-
veyancing. aii instruments of writing (■) ened or repaired and
accurately drawn and acknowledge- § all Other repairing,
ments taken. Office, room IS over
First National Bank.
MEN AND WOMEN.
JiaCiTW I'te Iiif U for unnatnrtl
asrfatMd W irritations or nictations
taAriat'.r* ™ of nutOll membraus#
■ Painless and not Mtrin-
tunCHIWMLCo. «*nt or poiaonona.
* CINCINNATI,0 ftold by OrunlBia.
or asni in plain wrappsr
for piprem. prepaid, for
ti 00. or Sbott!"«tl.75.
Circular sent on rsnosit
W. A. Perkins
CARPENTER A CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A SPECIALTV
P. O. Box 773 110 B. Dixon
; Shop 122 8. Peon. Phone 716.
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8. M. QLOYD
Lumber Dealer J
Promptneas and Satisfaction. 1
M E. JACOBS, Mgr. J
v,• < :
E. D. REASOR
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Justice of the Pesce
Room 6 City Hall Building
Shawnee, .... Oklahoma
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Office phone 197, realdence phone 1122
G. E. TABLER
Contractor and Plasterer
Corner 11th and Klmberly Street
Phone 843 202 S. Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy, Prop.
Will do work in any part ot city.
Call me by pbone. Recommended by
Rocky llhuIsiiiTcr Nuggets
n ')•• «iO tor
L forrn. 86 cct
h, ixl*., to, Xr.t
\ . mtain Tea in ta>x
x ■• □uiiiff madu
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"ni SAllOW Pfc'0*ui
Prlc« 25 Cmii
315 Dearborn St., Chicago
101 N. Philadelphia.
Statement January 1, 1907
New York Underwriters Agency
Policies Secured by
S8ETS 619,064.84 US
)utatandlng Lossee .... 1,117.891.M
tevenuu for reinsurance 10,946.649.8*
1' Other Liabilities .... 1470.409.14
Net Surplus 1,819,909.69
urplus to Policy Holders 4319,909.60
The NEW YORK UNDERWRITE!1 S
AGENCY haa a notable record of a ear
y hal' a century of honorable dealing
with the Insuring public.
8in Francisco L'eees Promptly PsJa
4EL.4CNDEAN INSURANCE AOEN
106 N. Union Avs., Shawnee, Okla
When down Krra dont forget
No. < West Mala
F. Be DUNN, Prop.
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