The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 116, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NKWS
thursday, may 2, 1907.
xtatehood in paramount and the Has- J
kell platform Is an evil which can be
remedied, when the old clique under,
•cockle llur Bill" and Uoss Haskell!
replaced by a representatve body
LOU S. ALLARI), Owner & Publisher l't''mb"can whose patriotism anil
, l dom |t|tibon the partisan nar-
MHj j rawness of the democratic con. con.
Now is the tin ' for patriots, not for!
THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER OF SHAWNEE, j
THE NEWS HOUSE
News Huaiuena Office, 321
Ix>u S. Allard's Residence, 246
Entered as second class mail matter
Shawnee, Oklahoma und. r the act of
Congress of March 3, 187'J
Everybody seeuis to like Shawnee.
Next Mouda) News house cleaning
There will be at least three new
churches dedicator in Shawnee during
the next six months.
tiveryooe is speaking in terms of the
highest praise of our convention city
nice place for the state capital.
The lumber combine uf the new
state claim that they are being per
s cuted by a heartless public. How
naughty of the dear public to object
to being fleeced with high priced lum-
The lid put on in Shawnee by the
chief of police and the sheriff in Shaw
nee in their spasm of house cleaning
is blinking these days. Will it be
put back in place or allowed to slide
off and revert to its old resting place
. The Shawnee News has set the
week from May 6 to 11 as a tim
which it asks evt ry man, woman and
child in Shawnee to assist it in clean
mg up the city of all things that are
detrimental to civic beauty. If every
one will do one's share it will be sur
prising the great amount of work that
can be accomplished along this llu
Fix up your lawns, gardens, walks,
porches, alleys and paint all unsightly
____ places. It will require practically no
• xpense on your part and not much
RECEPTION HELD IN ELKS HALL "nergy In most cities one big day
WEDNESDAY NIGHT IN HONOR ip 8et aside for this purpose, and why
OF SUPREMT OFFICERS r n't Shawne- with a week do a great
0F K p leaning up? The News feels that
______ « very citizen is interested enougl
'he beauty and home life of Shawnee
Dancing Was a Feature of the Even- !<> make a special effort during this
'nfl, w,th Larqe Crowd in At. '
Called at 1 a. m.
Shawn, e ugaln ontertulned her dls
tinguished guests, ihe Knights of Py-
thias of both territories and the Py
thlan Sisters, with a public reception
It Is something that you owe to yout
neighbors as well as to yourself and
families. Tell the children about it
and get them Interested In civic beau
ly. No greater truth was ever spoken
lhan the great fact that cleanliness
Is next to godliness It gives a look
With Uuckle Burr Bill In Shuwuee
and a hundred more democratic poll
ticlans of the stale here, It looks like
Shawnee is the political Mecca of
Oklahoma It won't be long before
Ihe republican convention comeB this
way too. All of which goes to show
whir, the natural e.ntre of the slate
With the Knights of Pythias, the
Pythian Sisters and the Farmers Un-
ion now In session In Shawnee, the
city can easily boast of being the con-
v en lion city of the new state. And
on top of these comes the physicians
of the new state fourteen hundred
strong next week. The next thing to
do Is to build that convention hall.
puwaav | vvOptlUU j _
Wednesday night at the Elks club °' freshness and brightness to every-
roomi in honor of the supreme chancel 'king In general and creates ambition
lor. Judge Barnes. a d the grand lodg. to mor* things.
officers. The hall was crowded with Don't forget the week, from Msv e
visitors, while the city band played M<V "•
choice selections. Dancing was a fea —
ture of the evening At 11 p. m. light ' ,'et me mail you free, to pnuve
refreshments were served the guests samples of my Dr Shoop's Restora-
I he merry throng danced on and en Uve, and my Book on either Dygpep-
Joyed the occasion until a 1 a. m when j sic, The Heart or the Kidneys. Ad
carriages were called The following ! dress me, Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis
res"l„t „nB were passed late yester Troubles of the stomach. Heart or
da> afternoon by the grand lodce of u-Mn « 1
Indian Territory ® JKldneys ar" ™rel>' s^Pton,. of
deeper ailment Don't make the corn-
Resolution m°n err°r °f treating symptoms only,
He 1, resolved by the' grand lodge treatment ,e treatln«
of the Indian Territory In convention al,ment' an'' not tbe
assembled that the thanks of this atomachh nerves-the
grand body be extended to Shawnee lD8ld'' nprves—1menns stomach weak
l odge, .,o. 20, Knights of Pythias, for I "PSa,way!!' And the heart and
their untiring efforts to make our stay ' K'dney8 88 we". have their inside or
a pleasant one, to the citizens of Shaw 'ontrn"lng nerves. Weaken these
nee, the Chamber of Commerce, and | nerve8' anil you inevitably havt
especially to Sidney J. Roy. secretary, Wfak vltal organs. Here Is where
for their evident hospitality and appre-1 Dr- Shoop's Restorative has made its
elation of our presence In their beau- ',ame- No other remedy even claims
tlful city; the Benevolent Protective ,0 treat the "Inside nerves." Also
Order of Mks for the use of their beau- ! for bloating, blllionsness, bad breath
liful hall, assuring them that we shall or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's R<-
ever remember with pleasure the; storatlve. Write for mv free book
many courtesies experienced on this now Dr. Shoop's Restorative sold by
°CCaSl°n' Wallace Mann
Mayor Stearns stated to the Far-
mers' Union that he wou... 6u before
the republican oonventlon and advo-
cate statehood The Sbawne. News
advocates this action; anil it is the
only one that will be endorsed by the
l>eup|e of the new state who have
waited loo long a time or the sacred
privilege of becoming a member of if
T'nlon to let the opportunity go bj
at this yim«•
't Is gratifying to find the Farmers' j
t'nlon standing aloof from a political
stalid In favor of any of the avaricious!
candidates who would claim them. In
no mistaken terms they have given
the He to those who would drag the
Union into politics and swerve It
from Its course In the fight for the
welfare of humanity. The farmers
are Independent and their votes can
not he delivered by any political hang
• r on In the pay of any boss.
farm anil CHr Loans: Sit Months to Sin Years
w. J. RIGGS.
Everything Exactly as Agreed
109 Nor!h Broadway, Shawnee, Okla.
11MB—riWT) ti 1 firm - ■ a
GRAND JURY TO INVESTIGATE
I hfe doings o fthe iHmmu in Russia
>Q iip attempt to form a popular gov-
"rnment read like the representatives
don't know the business. If the peas-
nuts had sent a crowd like the Has-
kell contingent they would have pro-
Many City and County Officers are
Called to Give Testimony.
Joplln Vlo, May 2.-The develop-
ments of the past ten days led to the
calling of a grand Jury here to Investi-
gate reports that gambling had been
inducted here that the Sundttj- clos
in law wns v misted. that the elisor
dcrly houses were open, and to inquire
into the conduct of the Joplin police
Forty witnesses were summoned to
appear before the grand Jury this
morning, but only five had been ex
^STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
«ih T fk
Shawnee National Sank
As made > 'u • Comptroller of the Currency, at the close
Saturday January 26, IQ07
Real Estate, Furuiture and Fixtures
Bonds and Premiums
Cash Advanced on Cotton $ 91,197.40 -
Cash and Sight Exchange 340.527,38 f
Capital Stock and Surplus Funds
Circulation - ...
The above statement is correct. Jno. W. Joneh, Cashier
B. F. Hamilton
J. M. Aydelotte V Directors
H. T. Douglas j
Our Comparative Slatemant Sh *ing Bro*th of Oapasits:
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
change of program Thursday.
JOHN WILLIAM JAN.
duced a system which would have).mined when adjournment was Taken
rn out the raar In an attempt to Until tomorrow.
comprehend their workings Nothing -
works so well as til
Hush, but It Is only a matter of tlm<
before the end comes In defeat.
Believes that Nine Years of
emplary Life Deserves
''he morning pianola tinds fault
With us because we don't like the
Haskell constitution and yet arc for
statohhood. Well, we don't call If a
constitution but rather a Haskell
platform written with that view ever
leflore the bocc of the eon. con. We
don't like It at all. hut we believe that
\V ushlngton, May 2.—The president
has become Interested In the ease of
John William January, alias William
Anderson, Ihe federal prisoner, former-
ly of Kansas City, now at Leavenworth
Kansas, who is serving the remainder
of his sentence on n charge of robbing
a post office In Oklahoma.
Hearing that the prisoner, b> his
Whltten's celebrated Moving Pic- i
tures. Illustrated Songs ft etc.
The Tenacious Cat.
Dream of a rere-blt flend.
Mrs. Brown's bad luck.
Ship building Russian Revolution
Sci nlc Switzerland.
Harrie Scott Warner In Picture
The two Congregations.
When the Flowers Bloom In the
Springtime, Mollle Dear.
Travel vleWB from all parts of the
Globe. All seats 10c.
Change of Program Thursday. |
U/ye St. Louis Cyclone Store
The SL Louis Cyclone Store stock is complete,
Here Is value for money cannot be but,
Eaers bargains are found east end of Main street.
Come here for dry good, in styles th« are new,
You will And the spring goods sure to please you
Come here for dress goods and waist ngs select
Lawns and wash goods all kinds paternB correct
Or shirtwaists and sklrts**trlctly first rate.
New and fresh goods, right up to date
Excellent shoes for ladies and men,
Selling at prices to bring them again
The latest In furnishings—hats, shirts and collars
Or Jewelry and notions, saving you dollars
Reliable goods here all the time.
Every trade that you make yon save dollars and dimes.
WEI.KM KZER, Proprietor .,03 R Ma!n
A Narrow Etcapy
G W. Cloyed, a merchant of plunk
Mo., had a narrow escape four years, - — * v.. u«
ago, when he ran a Jtmson bur Into j l"clll6tr>- "IllJ B"°d behavior, had lived
his thumb. He says: "The doctor I ''"wn ,||H Prl3°n record, the president
wanted to amputate it but I woulo j ™T"'" """ '
not consent. 1 bought a box of j
Bucklen's Arnica Salve an d that]
cured the dangerous wound." 25c at I
all druggists. . I
THe ^Sure Way
wrote the following endorsement on
the application for a pardon for Jan-
uary when it was presented to him
by Senator Warner of Missouri:
"Department of Justice: in view of
the statements of JudgeB, bank presl-
tk« . . dents and thOBc who were acaualnted
The aristocrat Is here to stay. 30-10, wlth h1tn. , th|nk AnderMS". ntae
I >enrs of life as an honost citizen.
^ | hard work and good reputation war-
ll | ran'8 118 '11 commuting his sentence
1 at ouce or in pardoning him outright
Which do you think ought to be donoT
Are there uny sufficient reasons for
not doing either?"
If you are expecting to build call
and see J. P. Mitchell at 209 North
Broadway, where he will furnish you
■vlth plans and estimates of all kinds
Phone 197. Residence phoae 1122.
••Via* money enablM yw, to start la bualn
rsrlodi of ilcknesa. It kelps y
'<* °'d It guards yon against rxtn,v
M*ae«. It adds to ckeerfalaess oomfort and kipptness
It Udes you over
wkea yoa are oat of work. It
Union Saving's Bank
Roomers wanted at 642 Douglas av-
enue. Neat comfortable rooms at rea-
sonable rates. Mrs. Whitehead, 642
Douglas avenue 29.4t
Aristocrat hand made long filler,
, high aroma, pleasant taste, guaranteed'
free from dope In any form, a perfect I
nickel cigar. Try one, 30.10t 1
■h troubleta beta •ymptom of. ant) not
to I ton if a tru« dlMAM. We tlilnk of Dyspepri*.
Hmtbuni, nd Indlrastloo u real di e ae«,
tt>ey are ■rmptons onljr of % c*n*ln BpeetA*
b wu thl# fact that flrtocorrectly led Dr. Bhoo*
to Ito creation of that now rery popular Htomach
■amedy—-l)r. Bhoop't Kertoratlve (Join# dlreei
to the stomach nerree. alone broufht that mcce«
and toror to Dr. Shoop and his ReftoraUra. Wltk-
•ot that orlrlnal and highly rltal principle, na
•o«h lasthif accnnipUthmenU were e or to be had.
for stomach <1:stress. hloatln«, bllloutnc*. bad
femth and sallow complexion, try Dr. Hhoop'i
Beaioratlrw—Tablf-to or Liquid—and sue lor you*
►If what It can nnd will do We seU and toiea*
l uesday, May 7th
SEATS ON 8ALE AT BLKUKR'S
All Persons who Reserved Seats
for Senator La Foll«tte>. former date
n ust exchange their tickets fer new
i'honk 1 12 | Cor. Okla. & Ninth Street*
Taylor Lumber Company
F0D FIRST-ClASS BllLDING MAHJ)J/L
E. A. Bradfield^Mgr |(iIV|,;UH A OA
for a co
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 116, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1907, newspaper, May 2, 1907; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106399/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.