The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 113, Ed. 1 Monday, April 29, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News
MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1907.
3 Months $1.00
Wanted in the next 30 Jays, two
car loads of second hand household
and kitchen furniture, for which the
highest price will be paid. In the
meantime I will do all klndB of re-
pairing on furniture and stoves.
Storage, crating and shipping a spec-
ialty. Ware and store rooms at 127
N. Beard. Phone 959. Residence
phone 173. 25-6t A. F. Strelght.
'Nothing h (eed as Caecaiwaet,"
wrltea a mother who has used It "It
saved my baby's life." writes another.
Caacasweet is a regetable correcMTs
for the disorders of a child'* stemaeh.
to doses for 25 cents. 8old by C. H.
AND CURE THE LUNGS
OURHSand 50c 4 $1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
Guaranteed for all THROAT and
LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
A new Telephone Di-
rectory is being pre-
pared for the printer.
We wantyour nameto
appear correctly. Any
change you desire
made? Notify the
& Telegraph Go
SHAWNEE DENTAL PARLORS
IOC E. Main street, oyer Mckey Bros'
S3 if 55
Gold Crowns - -
Porcelian Crowns -
Bridge Work - -
Gold Filliugs - - - $1.00 up
Silver Fillings - - 50 cts up
All Work Guaranteed
Clarke's Seed Store
118 Bast Main St.
CLARKE 4 KELLER, Prop*
We sell sTsrythlag in garden,
field and lower seeds, alfalfa
clover, timothy, Bermnda seed
Ribbon Cane o«o, Kaffir millet
sweet potatoes. notatoes, oats
everything in seed*.
We buy cane, Kaffir, millet,
etc. We will save you mosey on
your seed bill.
, i )nly school In the U. 8. operated by Hull- 'J
I* v*ay employees. Many advantages over
: all others. Catalogue free.
The McMdhon-Tighe School. Arkansas City. Kans.
X, S L E 2*.
W. J. KUHIMAN
When you have Scrap
Iron, Bones, Rags,
Rubber & Metal to sell
224 NORTH MINNESOTA ST.
A DAY IN
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
LADIES OF THE EASTERN
At the Becker Theater Monday, April
29th, for the Benefit of the Im-
provement of Woodland
Papa Jaeque Roae, Mayor of Rose
Garden, Dr. E. E. Heflin.
Mamma Jaeque Rose, his wife, Mrs.
Pink Rose and White Rose, their
daughters, Miss Anna Birch and Miss
Flora, Queen Flowerdom, Miss
Queen's Pages, Master Victor Mead
and Master Lawrence Bocher.
M'lle Crlckett, Prima Donna, Marie
Miss Moss Rose, a spinster, Miss
Miss Lilac, Miss Lily and Miss Blue
Bell, Buds of Rose Arbor, Nellie Wal-
George B. Crisman
120 8. Oklahoma. Phone Til
Felloe Meat Market
J. K. O DELL
Dealer In Fresh Meats,
Game and Fish
Moved across the street
from our old stand 3
doors north of postoffice
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Examine Army Surgeons.
Washington, April 29—A compet-
itive examinations of applicants for
positions as surgeons In the Unitea
States army was held today under
the direction of Surgeon General
O'Reilly. About twenty-five varan-
cies now exist in the grud. of assis-
tant surgeon and it 1b expected thai
nil of these will be filed us the result
of today's examination and a similar
one to be held on July 29. Those
who pass will be admitted to thi
Army Medical college in this city,
where they will be given nine months
course In military surgery. At the
expiration of this course the appli-
cants are then given an addltionel ex'
aminatlon, and If successful are given
commission in the regular army as
aaslstant surgeon. All applicants ar*
required to be citizens of the United
States, between 22 and 30 years of
age, of good moral habits, graduates
of legally authorized medical schools
and shall have had at least one year's
experience in hospital training or Its
equivalent in practice.
Has New Fountain.
Jake Jones, the owner of the Pal-
ace of Sweets, has installed an ele-
gant new fountain. It is a magnifi-
cent affair containing all the latest
Improvements that go to make drinks
Compiles with all requirements of the National I ure i'ooa Law, Guarantee No. 2041, hied at Washington.
Does Coffee disagree with yon?
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 closely 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. •
Latest book is the most
beautiful we ever issued.
Pictures in natural colors
of 97 presents for the users
of Arbuckles' ARIOSA
Coffee. Will be sent free
Millions of persons in every part
of the country drink no other
Coffee, and swell the sales of
Arbuckles' ARIOSA until they
exceed the combined sales of all
the other packaged coffees.
from you from time to time and Arbuckles' ARIOSA is the
will say that your coffee is the j l^est Coffee for you, saves your
leading brand on the market, * money, and gives you presents
the purest, best and healthiest l.esides. Speak softly but plainly
coffee ever made 1 have been a |0 your grocer man if he tries to
De user of it for 25 years and will sell you bulk coffee. Tell him
want it as long as life lasts. The yOU know
1 appreciate highly coffee is worth three times —
presents sent me j present market value."
to any one who wntes for it.
Do you realize what a great business this
Arbuckles' ARIOSA Coflee u ? Ai many a*
30.000 letter; lor presents arc received here in a
dav In a year we despatched (our million
individual presents lo our customer* — presents
that brought letters of thanks and appreciation in
Here is one from Mrs
II your grocer won't supply, write to
ARBUCKI I BROS.. New York Gtf.
Married Sunday Night.
Miss Tillie Knatt was marrb d to
Earnest Wood, a brakeinan on the
Santa Fe, at 7:30 p. m. Sunday. The
marriage ceremony was performed at
the Catholic church In Shawnee. The
happy couple have left for a honey-
moon after which they will take resi-
dence at Tampa, Texas, where the
groom has lived. Mrs. Wood Is the
daughter of I. S. Wood who, until
j recently, conducted a bakery in this
city. The father will return to live
the rest of his days In Germany.
The family is well known in Sraw-
nee, where they are old residents.
On ICE CREAM will toll you that ours
la pare. The best Ingredients only
are used In Its make-up. Parties,
socials, etc., furnished on short no-
Fancy brick and Individual molds.
BLUE RIBBON CREAM-
ERY & ICE CREAM' CO.
It is clean GIts the old man
a trial at the
Bon Ton Bakery
Telephone 364 213 E Main
I M « 4 « •*************'
! House of Lords
BAR and CAFE
Corner of Main and
Fine Wines, Liquors
i John Garrett, Prop
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, Holla Pace, John Mahr,
Dick Timmons, Fred McNeil, Morgan
Hart, Dan Wilfong, Wilbur Moore,
Japanese song by Miss Qunn Kinder
Duet, "Joys of Spring," Jimmle
Herron and Tommie Whlttaker.
Reading by Miss Winnie Denny.
A Lemon in the Garden of Love,
from the "Spring Chicken," Mr. E.
Ralph Alexander, Miss McManus,
Miss Pully, Miss McKenzle 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 chorus of fifty ju<
ia One of Heirs. Why
W. P. Conover left for New York have a torpid liver when Herblne,
Sunday where he Is one of seven the only liver regulator, will help
heirs. An estate was left by his you? There is no reason why you
grandfather valued at $100,000.00. should suffer from dyspepsia, const!pa-
tion, chills and fever or any liver com-
Buainess Property. plaints when Herblne will cure you
Lytal's business property for rent F. C, Walt, Westville, Fla., writes: 1
at No. 321 E. Main St. Who wants was sick for a month with chills and
it for 125 a month? See F. A. Stone fever, and after taking tw« .ottles of
at No. 8 1-2 Main 8t., Shawnee, Okla Herblne am well and healthy.
2-tf i Sold by all druggists.
* Harryman Road Issues Bonds.
San Francisco, April 29.—At a
meeting of the stockholders of the
Northwestern Pacific railway today
a bond issue of $35,000,000 was au-
thorized, thus bringing the total cap-
italization of the road up to $70,000,-
consolidation of five railroad prop-
erties under the joint ownership of
the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe
roads. Stock to the amount of $35,-
000,000 has already been issued.
your (ough is only in the throat and
does not trouble you now, don't think
that it needs no attention. When it
has not had much of a start is th€
time to check it. The slightest cougt
easily leads to pneumonia, bronchitis
and consumption. A bottle of Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup will cure that
cough. The price puts It within reach
of all. At all druggists •
Benson, North Broadway, employs
only the best of sign writers and paint-
ers. Qlve him a trial. Satisfaction
What? Oil Cars in Phll.y?
Philadelphia, April 29.—For the ac-
comodation of visitors and others who
have not acquired that regularity of
habits that has made Phlladclphiaus
"healthy, wealthy and wise," the
management of the Philadelphia
Rapid Transit company will hereaf-
ter operate trains on the elevated
be continued as long as It pays, and
if there is a heavy trafflfc it is prob-
able tht in the near future a still
later schedule will be arranged, pos-
sibly providing for an all night ser-
THE TEXAS WONDER.
Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheu-
matic Troubles; sold by all druggists.
A two months treatment by mail for
$1. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street
St. I/Ouls, Mo. Send for testimon-
Furnished rooms for rent on street
car line at 16 East Drummond street,
pleasantly located. J. H. Haffln
22-tf; Phone 351 Red.
DR. J. H. SCOTT,
Residence 320 North Beard.
Office phone 190. Res. pkone 141
Office la Whlttaker building.
Come and talk with us about that
suit we are giving away.
LOOK NEAT CLUB
oom 80 Beard-Kennedy A Wheeler
Building. Phone 9SI.
JR. J. 8. CARTER, DR. H. H. WILSON
Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat u
Office Whittaker Bldg., Rma. I, I, 7, .
Hours 9 to 12 a. m.. 2 to « p. m.
Shawnee, Okla., Phone 7€4.
DR. T. E. EVANS
Office Pottawatomie Bldg.
Over Mann's Drug Store
Residence 821 N. Beard
Office phone 816. Residence phone 974
Some rare Opportuni-
ties in Real Estate
Moat complete llat in the city of
both city and farm property. See us
for a oom plate Ust of prices and
terms. We can Mil yon both vacant
and improved property In any part
of Shawnee at the moat reasonable
prices, and on terms to suit the pur-
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phene >03 M •« Main.
Jurors in all cases do not agree.
And In the same light things will not
Of the matter In hand they take dif-
And conviction by argument often re-
But this city's people are of one mind
In believing that "Meek's is the best
place to find
Groceries high grade and meats that
The finest of eatables, right In the
Meeks & Co, Market
GROCERIES AND MEATS,
G. A. R. Encampment.
The 17th annual encampment of
the Grand Army of the Republic, De-
partment of Oklahoma, will convene
at Enid, May 22, and remain In ses
sion for three days Inclusive. This
will be the greatest turn out of vet-
erans of the Civil war that has ever
been held In Oklahoma, and of the
deepest Interest to the comrades,
rangements are being made to make
It a> great success In every respect.
Enid is atnbitloua, as a town and com-
munity, to make the old boys feel that
no mistake was made when the en
campment was located at that point
She Is already putting on her best
clothes for this occasion, and she pur
poses to give the boys the best time
they have ever had In their lives
JOSEPH HAIGH, M. 0.
Chronic Pclvic, Malig-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
•MISS NETTIE PITTMAN
Offlce with Cade & Stanard
Phone, residence 921, office 208
S. P. ROSE,
Specialist on all ailments ol Feet,
>egs and Muscles. Offlce at Hacer's
Barn, 1XS-118 Union arenas, Shaw-
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
Office and residence 125 1-2 North
Broadway. Phone 438.
DR. CHAS. D. BALL
All chronic ailments a specialty St
flee Qver Roy .tenklns'. corner Mala
and Broadway. Examination free at
office, Shawnee, Okla. Pkone (14
Res. Phone 35.
Office phone 585
S. F. HARRISON
DR. C. C. YOUMANS, | BRICK AND STONE WORK
1010 North Bro tfwsy
DR. Q. H. SANBORN
Over Oklahoma National Bank. Of-
flce hours S to 11 t:S0 to i. Pkone
residence S2, offlce 338.
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'S
WHITE ROSE COMPLEXION
And yon wtll nse no other.
Fer eale at all 4ru|gls*s.
"Preventics" will promptly check a
cold or the grippe when taken early
ah at the "sneeie stage." Preventics
cure seated colds as well. Preven
ties are little candy cold enre tab
lets, and Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis,
will gladly mall you samples and a
book on oolds free, if you will write
him. The samples prove their merit.
Check early colds with Preventics
and stop pneumonia. Sold In 5c and
15c boxes by Wallace Mann. •
Finder of my solitaire diamond ring
will be paid the above reward npon
return of ring to the Stale National
Bank. MOt CHAS. T. DKHR
J. S. BURNETT,
Agent for the Rlchardson-Oay OH Co.
Indigent company offlce soath of
Rock island, other side of vladact on
Bell street HB
PETERS & NETHERCOT,
tOOM 10, WHITTAKER BUILDINO,
WOOD * SON
Phone 1061 No. Ill N. Bell
Shawnee, O. T.
J. A. WELLS,
Over Mann's Drug Store. Pkone lit
117 l- *. Main St,
Cleaners and Dyers.
Satlafactory work guaranteed Phoie
Special attention given ladles' gar
MEN AND WOMEN.
U « Rig €4 for unnatural
di • 'ai ■ ,n,fli iiin;nti'>riB
Ution< or ulrArfttlnni
'.inlBBB and not MtriD<
gent or poisonous.
Mold by DruiflBU,
or air., in plain nrftppct
riprpss. prepaid, for
• 1 00. or 3 boty!' $2.76
Circular sent on rwiUMt
Office phone 114, residence 114.
Office 112 N. Breadway.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
lenersl Storage, Crating and Peeking
Big Wagons at Low Prices
Moving a Specialty.
WALKER A WIBHART.
Mrs. Clara White
FABH ION ABLE DRESSMAKINB
tt4 West Main
Opposite Bottling Works
W. A. Perkins
CARPENTER A CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY
P. O. Box 773 lit 8. Dixon
Shop lit B. Penn. Pkone 711
WILLIAM H. DODGE,
Collections, Commercial Law, Con-
veyancing. All Instruments of writing
accurately drawn and acknowledge
meata taken. Offlce, room II over
First National Bank.
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Offlce phone 197, residence phone 1122
L. C. MILLS#
When you want your
lawn mowers sharp-
ened or repaired and
all other repairing.
101 N. Philadelphia.
Q. E. TABLER
ContractSr sn4 Plasterer
Corner Uth sad Klmberly Street
S. M. QLOYD
,, Lumber Dealer
4 Premptnees and Satisfaction.
2 H. E. JACOBS, Mgr.
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennsdy, Prop.
Will do work In aay part of city j
Call me by phone. Recommended by
Rocky Mt untain Tea Nuggets
WE WRITE AT
j AND LIVE STOCK
SEE US BEFORE PLACING YOUR
Nelson-Dean Insurance Co.
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price 25 Cmiu
315 Dearborn $1., Chicago.
When dowa town dont Cornet
No. « West Mala
P. B. DUNN, Pre*
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