The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 112, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 27, 1907 Page: 3 of 10
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The Shawnee News
SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1907.
10c Per W eek
and CURE the LUNGS
FOR 0 "
OUGHSand 50c J. $1.00
'OLDS Fret Trial.
Guaranteed for all THROAT and
LtJNQ TROUBLES, or MONET
A DAY IN IK.PS.C0MK
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
LADIES OF THE EASTERN
SHAWNEE DENTIL PARLORS
10C B. Main street, orer Hlckey Bros'
Bold Crowns • •
Porceliin Crowns -
Bridge Work - -
Gold Fillings - - - $1.00 up
Silver Fillings - - SOctsup
All Work Guaranteed
I At the Becker Theater Monday, April
29th, for the Benefit of the Im-
provement of Woodland
Papa Jaeque Rose, Mayor of Rose
Garden, Dr. E. E. Heflin
Mamma Jaeque Rose, his wife, Mrs.
Pink Rose and White Rose, their
daHghters, Miss Anna Birch and Miss
Flora, Queen Flowerdom, Miss
Queen's Pages, Master Victor Mead
and Master Lawrence Bocher.
M'lle Crickett, Prima Donna, Marie
Miss Moss Rose, a spinster, Miss
Miss Lilac, Miss Lily and Miss Blue
Bell, Buds of Rose Arbor, Nellie Wal-
Clarke's Seed Store
>18 East Main 8L
CLARKE A KELLER, Props.
We Ml] everything In garden,
Held and flower aeeda, alfalfa,
clover, timothy, Bermuda seed
Ribbon Cane seea, Kaffir millet
sweet potatoes. aotatoes, oata
everything In aeeda.
We bay cane, Kaffir, millet,
etc. We will >ave you money on
your seed bill.
SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL CONVEN
TION GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS
On ICE CREAM will tell you that oura
la pare. The best Ingredient* only
are need In Its make-up. Parties,
socials, etc., furnished on short no-
Fancy brick and Individual molda.
BLUE RIBBOT CREAM-
ERY ft ICE CREAM CO.
If yoar horse la lame or Interfering,
te can be cured and. corrected
JOCKEY SHOEING SHOP,
Corner Seventh and Union.
Some rare Opportuni-
ties in Real Estate
Moat complete list in the city of
both city aad farm property. See na
lor a complete list of prices and
terms. We can aell you both vacant
and Improved property In any part
of Shawnee at the moat reasonable
prices, and on terms to salt the pur-
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone SOS I0t East Main.
ker, Rita Harris and Gladys Parks.
Mr. Sunflower, a gay bachelor, Mr.
D. P. Sparks, Jr.
Mr. Pansy, master of ceremonies,
Mr. D. H. Morgan.
QUEEN S RECEPTION MARCH.
Misses Filo Curry, Lulu Moore, Eli-
zabeth Penn, Fern Cecil. Margery
Curry, Esme Howell, Flossie Phelps,
Elsie Boswell, May Rand, Messrs. Leo
Whlttaker, Rolla Pace, John Mahr,
Dick Timmons, Fred McNeil, Morgan
Hart, Dan Wilfong, Wilbur Moore,
Japanese song by Miss Ounn Kinder
Duet, "Joys of Spring," Jlmmie
Herron and Tommle Whlttaker.
Reading by Miss Winnie Denny.
A Lemon In the Garden of Love,
from the "Spring Chicken," Mr. E.
Ralph Alexander, Miss McManus,
MIbs Pully, Miss McKenzie, Miss Eg-
german, Mr. John Stewart.
Reading by Mrs. Ezra Estes.
The Three Little Maids from the
Mikado, Miss Jim Dickson, Miss Ar-
chie Lee Dickson and Mrs Pike Ba-
The balcony scene from Romeo and
Juliet, by Judge Pendleton and Mrs.
J. C. Parker.
A FULL CHORU8 OF FIFTY JU-
Liberal Stopover Privileges.
Tickets accepted on the
and all other trains.
Side Rides to
Grand Canyon of Arizona
and Yosemite Valley
for small additional sum.
April 28 to May 18
Let me tend you — free —copies of
California Summer Outinfft.
The Mystic Shrine.
The German Baptist Bxtthri
GEO. P. NELSON, Agent,
The Atchieon, Topeka & 8anta Fe
The seventeenth annual convention
of the grand lodge Knighta of Pytkiaa
of Oklahoma will be held in Shawnee
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
April 30 and May 1 and 2, ami tho«-
sands of Pythians are expected te be
in attendance. This will be the laat
convention of the present graa4
On the same dates the convention
of the Indian Territory grand lodge
will be held here, to wind up its af-
fairs, preparatory to the formation of
a new grand lodge for the consoli-
dated domains of Oklahoma and In-
dian Territory. As this will be the
most important meeting of these
grand lodges ever held, representa-
tives from every lodge in the two io-
mains will be present. A rate of a
fare and a third fer the round trip
:has been allowed on all railroads.
I The grand lodge will convene in the
; Castle hall of Shawnee Lodge, Ne.
jst, at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning,
April 30. On Thursday, May 2, the
new grand lodge will be organized by
Supreme Chancellor Chas. A. Barnes
of Jacksonville, 111.
Prominent members of the order
frem all over the United States have
premised to be present at the Meet-
ing, deliver addresses aad aid in the
exemplification of the werk.
Among these are Supreme Chancel-
lor Barnes of Illinois, Supreme Vice-
Chancellor Henry P. Irown of Texas
Supreme Keeper of Records and Seals
R. L. C. White of Tennessee, General
J. H. Lyon, supreme court guard ef
Kansas, and Zene M. Host of Illinois,
manager of the supreme lodge insur-
The Dokies will attend the conven-
tion and will have entire charge of the
programme May 1. The word has
been sent that the sands at Shawnee
are mighty hot.
Following is the call of the Dokies:
"On the soft zephyrs, floating o'er the
Bandy desert, word has been wafted
to our ear that a large band of unre-
generated Tyros wish us to visit Shaw-
"Therefore by the Great Allah and
all the prophets, 1 command you and
all the faithful Knights of Khorassan
to assemble in true Oriental style at
Shawnee, Okla., on Rabin-uhl-Awwal,'
third month, eighth day, 1325, which
in the language of the Neophite is
Wednesday, May 1st, 1907, then and
there to assist in the delightful cere-
monies of our faith.
"And, hard ye, bring a candidate
with you to assist and let thin procla
mation ring far across the desert of
Oklahoma. On Rabin-uhl-Awwal, 3rd
month, 4th day, 1326, Secretary Wat-
rus, accompanied by the Royal Chef,
leave the oasis af Carmen and journey
across the desert to Shawnee and pre-
pare for the reception of the Royal
"Zohar Temple, No. 130, of Tulsa,
will assist in the work."
The call is signed by P. B. Watrus,
secretary, and J. M. Gelssler, royal
A number of suggestions are of-
fered prospective candidates, as fol-
lows: "Claw hammer coats are barred;
comc prepared for business. The first
requisite to become a Dokey is to de-
posit ten dollars with the secretary,
we do the rest; you will not rest for
a week. Yes, Maude, we manicure the
candidate's face; in fact, change his
expression. You will not know him
the next morning he will look so pleas-
ant Wear a shirt, wear a smile, bring
a candidate. The less you know the
wiser you are. Tell your troubles to
Joe, he has ben there. Don't talk
back. It shows bad breeding and may
result dieaatrously for you. If the
Bands are too hot for your feet, sit
down and turn your hose on them.
Get a keyhole from the secretary or
buy a funnel before you start home.
A Dokie ceremonial never closes be-
fore 4 G. M.
The following programme has been
issued for the meeting of the grand
Tueeday, April 30.
9:00 a m.—At the Opera House, ad
dresses of welcome and responses by
Indian Territory and Oklahoma
10:00 a. m.—Grand lodge conven-
tion, Indian Territory, at Elks hall.
10:00 a m.—Grand lodge convention,
Oklahoma, at K. of P. hall.
Continuation of the above.
Drills of the Uniform Rank compa-
8:30 p. m.—D. O. K. K. ceremonial
at Elks hall.
Wednesday, May 1—Morning,
10:00 a. m.—Continuation of grand
lodge conventions, closing business of
Subordinate I^odges, Pythian Sisters,
| Grand Lodge members and Chamber
of Commerce and city officials in car
Drills and inspection of Uniform
Rank by Major General Arthur J.
9:00 a. m.—Reception to all visitors
at Elks hall by Commercial Club, local*
lodge and citizens of Shawnee.
Thursday, May 2.
10:00 a. m.—Supreme Chancellor C.
A. Barnes will convene the Merger
convention at Elks hall and organize
the new grand lodge for the new state
Sisters, I. O. O. F. hall.
Continuation of the new grand lodge
Drills of Uniform Rank.
8:00 p. m.—Subordinate lodge work.
Friday, May 3—Morning.
Continuation of grand lodge bust
ness until finished.
A regiment of the Uniform Rank will
in all likelihood be formed if the at-
tendance of Major General Stobbart
can be secured.
MORE BUILDING IN SHAWNEE.
Lou McMillan to Build and Frank
Stone Will Erect Business Houae.
Contractor J. P. Mitchell has been
awarded the contract to build a large
and commodious bungalow for IjOU
McMillan at 631 North Bell. Work
will be started at once. Another
buildiug which has been let is a $4,000
brick business block to be erected by
Frank Stone on East Main. Numer-
ous other buildings are now being
erected or are slated to go up in this
city before the summer has passed.
WENT TO NORMAN.
High School Athletes Left in Special
The entries and rooters from Shaw
nee left early this morning to attend
the interscholastlc meet at Norman
today, in which the Shawnee High
school will compete. The Shawnee-
Ite8 are confident and sure of bring-
ing back honors with them. They
will return this evening. The special
went direct to Norman from here by
transferring at Oklahoma City to the
tracks of the Santa Fe.
Does Coffee disagree with you?
Probably It does. Then try Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffee. "Health Coffee" Is a
clever combination of parched cer-
eals and nuts. Not a grain of real
coffee, remember, in Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffee, yet its flavor and taste
matches cloBely old Java and Mocha
Coffee. If your stomach, heart, or
kidneys can't stand coffee drinking
try Health Coffee. It is wholesome
nourishing and satisfying. It's nice
even for the youngest child. Sold by,
C. O. D. Grocery. •
Every business bouse in Shawnee
should order one Of those fine ban-
ners and window decorations from
the Shawnee Advertising Co., which
reads as follows: "Welcome (F. C.
B.) K. of P." This banner is made
up in bright colors and is an orna-
ment to any business house. Parties
should order one of these banners
at once and show tb£ir welcome to
the K. of P. lodge.
The New Sport.
Box Ball Bowling is the newest can-
didate for favor among popular sports.
The Box Ball parlors are located at
10 West Main street. Old and young
alike are enjoying the sport, and the
contest for the $3 prize to be awarded
at midnight Monday for highest score
is very warm. You have not enjoyed
the greatest sport in the world If you
have not visited this place. A ladeis
day will be arranged for next week.
Lytal's business property for rent
at No. 321 E. Main St. Who wants
It for $26 a month? See F. A. Stone
at No. 8 1-2 Main St., Shawnee. Okla
Finder of my solitaire diamond ring
will be paid the above reward upon
return of ring to the State National
Bank. g-20t CHAS. T. DKRR
or unwholesome food made with an
alum baking powder?
It is worth your while to inquire.
Benson, North Broadway, employs
only the best of sign writers and paint-
ers. Olve him a trial. gatlafactlon
la guaranteed 22-tf
Best grade McAlester lump coal.
$6.50 per ton delivered. Roodhouse.
the coal man, 107 W. Main, phone 800.
OR. J. H. SCOTT,
Residence SZ0 North Beard.
Office phone 1>0. Res. pkoos 141
Office In Whlttaker building
JR. J. S. CARTER, DR. H. H. WIL80N
Bye, Bar, Nose and Throat .
Office Whlttaker Bldg., Rma I, «, T. S.
Hours 9 to 12 a. m . 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee, Okla., Phone 7H
OR. T. K. EVANS
Office Pottawatomie Bldg.
Orer Mann's Drug Store
Residence Ml N. Beard
Office phone Sit. Residence phone (74
JOSEPH HAIGH, M. D.
Chronic Pelvic, M a 1 i g-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
DR. a H. SANBORN
Orer Oklahoma National Bank. Of-
fice hours > to IX, 1:10 to I Ffcone
residence It, office 111
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'S
WHITS ROSE COMPLEXION
Aad yon will ase ao other
Far aals at all Bragg Isls.
J. S. BURNETT,
Agent for tU Richardson-Oey 08 Oo
Indigent company office mtk of
Rock Island, other side of viadnet on
BaD street. I-1m
Office phone 114, resldeaes til
Office lit N. Broadway.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER OO.
leaersl Storage, Crating and Pecking
Big Wagons at Low Prlesa
Moving a Specialty.
WALKER A WISHART.
Mrs. Clara White
M4 Wen Main
Opposite Bottling Works
Come and talk with us aboet that
suit ws are giving away.
LOOK NEAT CLUB
oom 10 Beard-Kennedy A Wheeler
Building. Phone tit.
MISS NETTIE PITTMAN
Office with Cade A Stanard
Phone, residence >11, office 209
S. F. ROSE,
Speclallat on all aliments ef Feet,
sgs and Muscles. Offlos at Hagar's
Barn, llt-llt Union aveaae, Shaw-
PETERS A NETHERCOT,
tOOM tO, WHITTAKER BUILDING,
WOOD A SON
Phont lOtl Na lit N. Bell
Shawnee, O. T.
117 1-1 B Mala it,
, -COUNTRY CLUB."
Cleaners and Dywrn.
Satisfactory work gnaraateed. Phone
Special attention glvea ladles' gar
MEN AND WOMEN.
Um Big ti for anoBturm)
Irritations or alterations
„ - - . - of ma coos msmbrauss.
h «aatoCwUftM. Ps id lass and sot utrla-
5 Evans Chemical Cfl. sent or poisonous.
Sold by Dnsifiiu,
ar sent in pis Id wr*ppsr,
bj ipr««i. prapAid, for
ti 0 . or S bottl'i (2.76.
Circular Bsnl on r*qu*si.
W. A. Perkins'
CARPENTER * CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY
P. O. Box 771 IIS 8. Dixon
Shop HI 8. Penn. Phone 711
B. M. QLOYD
J Promptness and Satisfaction.
| H. E. JACOBS, Mgr.
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
Office and residence 125 1-2 North
Broadway. Phone 438.
DR. CHAS. D. BALL
All chronic ailments a specialty ©t
flee over Roy Jenkins1, corner Msia
and Broadway. Examination free at
office. Shawnee, Okla Phase 114
Res. Phone IS. Olios phone HI.
DR. C. C. YOUMANS,
Whlttaker Bldg. Shaw Lee, Okla.
J. A. WELLS,
Over Mann's Drug Store. Phone 114.
WILLIAM H. DO DOE,
Collectioaa, Commercial Law, Con-
veyancing. All Instruments of writing
accurately drawn and acknowledge-
ments takes. Office, room It over
First National Bank.
E. D. REABOR
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Justles af the Peso
Room I City Hall Building
Shawnee, .... Oklahoma
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Office phone 197, residence phone 1112
0. E. TABLER
Contractor and Plsstarsr
Corner 11th sad Klmberly Street
Bhawaee, Okla ho,na
Phooe 841 101 8. Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy, Prop.
Will do work Is any part of city.
Call me by phone. Recommended by
Rocky Mountain Tea Ifoggets
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B. F. HARRISON
BRICK AND STONE WORK
1110 North Bre.Sway
•• • ••••• *•
f L. C. MILLS
| When you want your
) lawn mowers sharp-
ened or repaired and
all other repairing.
101 N. Philadelphia.
WE WRITE AT
AND LIVE STOCK
SEE US BEFORE PLACING YOUR
Nelson-Oean Insurance Co.
pricc is Cents _
J15 tearl'orn St.. Chicago.
When down tovn dost forgst
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