The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 3, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1907.
Wanted in the next 30 Jays. two
car loads of second hand household
and Idtchen furniture, for which tha
highest price will be paid. In the
meantime I will do all kinds,of re-
pairing on furniture and atovee
Storage, crating and shipping a spec-
ialty. Ware and store rooms at 127
N. Bean) Phone 969. Residence
phone ITS. 25-6t A. F. Straight.
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,
8t. IjouIh, Mo Send for testlmon-
AND^CURE THE LUNGS
""" Dr. King's
OUGHSand 50c <1 $1.00
OLOR Free Trial.
Guaranteed for all THROAT and
LT7NO TROUBLES, or MONEY
WERE ENTERTAINED BY THE PY
THIAN SISTERS THURSDAY j
All Business Is Now Completed—Sul.'
phur Was Chosen For the Next
SHAWNEE DENTAL PARLORS
E Main gtreet, orer Hlckay Bros.'
S3 m IS
Sold Crowns ■ -
Bridge Work - -
(iold Filliugs - - - 11.00 up
Silver Fillings - - oOctsup
All Work Guaranteed
Clarke's Seed Store
218 East Main 8t_
CLARKE A KELLER, Props.
We tell everything In garden,
field and flower seeds, alfalfa,
clover, timothy, Bermuda seed
Ribbon Cine se*a, Kaffir millet
sweet potatoes, potatoes, oats
everything in seed*.
We buy cane, Kaffir, millet
etc. We will save you money on
your seed bill.
lOn.y itcboulln tho U. ti. operated by Jlail
m employe'*". Many udvanuufeK over
ItiiUcrs C'ltatotfue free.
School, Arkantas City, Hani.
in ICE CREAM will tell you that ours
pure. The best Ingredients only
r« used In Its make-up. Parties,
ocials, etc., furnished on short no-
Fancy brick and Individual molds.
HUE RIBBON CREAM-
:RK 8 ICE CREAM CO.
ies in Real Estate
Most complete list In the city of
«h city and farm property. Bee us
>r a complete list of prices and
Tins. We can sell yon both vacant
ad Improved property in any part
Shawnee at the moat reasonable
rices, and on terms to snlt the pur-
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
none SOS Z06 East Main.
Sulphur was selected by the Knights i
of Pythias as their next meeting place '
immediately after the election of offi-
cers for the amalgamated grand lodge j
of the new state. Last night and tnis j
morning all business of tthe Knights ,
1 was finished and the visitors are now !
leaving for homo.
The Pythian Sisters of the new state j
who were amalgamated last fall did !
not elect officers at this time, but at- j
tended to other official business. They .
completed their convention work this I
morning. Thursday night the Pythian j
Sisters gave a drill in front of the
Norwood that was most creditable to i
the team. Afterwards they entertain-
ed the Knights in the K. P. hall, where
a social for both organizations was
The meeting was a grand success in
every respect and all expressed them-
selves as well pleased with the conven-
tion and the city of Shawnee.
The following is the complete list
of officers elected.
Grand Chancellor, Henry S. John-
son of Perry.
Grand Vice Chancellor, S. M. Hilli-
Prelate, F. M. Butcher. Blackwell.
Grand Keeper of Record and Seal,
H. L. Sanders, Webbers Palls.
Grand Master of Exchequer, Joe
Grand Master at Arms, R. L. Jor-
Grand Inner Guard, S. R. Romaine,
Grand Outer Guard, R. S. Parrell,
Grand Trustee, one year, W. S. Lew-
is, Davis; two years, W. N. Baughman
Roft, three years, H. S. Shilling, Ok-
! lahoma City.
Supreme Representatives, J. D.
jLydlck, Shawnee, J. B. Morrow, Che-
A wholesome cream of tartar
baking powder. Makes the finest,
lightest, best flavored biscuit, hot-
breads, cake and pastry.
Royal Baking Powder is free
from alum and phosphaiic acids
TRY OUR WANT \D COLUMN
ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS OF 0HE1 *
PICTURE FRAMING AT
WHITACRE S ART PARLOR
1IO NORTH BELL PHONE
Our Moulding Department will beClosed
Out Within a Week or Ten Days
royal BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK.
Law—H. C. Potterf, Ardmore; J. D.
Lydick, Shawnee; J. M. Young, Law-
Fraternal Correspondence—W. H.
Grand Tribune—Ben J. Clardy, of
Finance—H. J. Butler, Miami, J. S
Hooker, Oklahoma City; B. E. Ward,
State of the Order—Davis Rupert
Okeene; W. W. Ross, Tahlequah; W.
F. Grandlee, Chickasha.
Mileage and Per Diem—Willard
Foster, Blackwell; W. B. Butler, Pry-
or Creek; Dr. Fred Siede, Perry; Mike
Norman, Ardmore; E. A. Sloane, Co-
STORY OF THE LIFE OF JOHN Mc-
AFFERY, MAN WITH A MANIA
FOR SUIT CASES.
Accompanied by Policeman, He Finds
Grips He Had Stolen and Same
Returned to Owners.
suffered much. When the vessel land-
eft in Galveston they deserted and
Htarted north. A few weeks ago they
were in South McAlester and then
came here. McAffery said that he was
not naturally a thief, but had been
persuaded to do wrong by his partner.
After making good as a suit casfe
thief in this city. McAffery was ar-
rested by the police.
He admitted everything. Yesterday
afternoon he went to the various sec-
ond hand stores with Officer Huddles-
ton, where he had sold the suit cases
and pointed them out. He went to one
! place of which the police knew noth-
It devel- ing. He told in what grips the var-
Muskogee, 1. T., May 3.
oped that John McAffery, the man with lous wearing apparel belonged,
a mania for suit cases, is not only a I Grips which he said he had stolen
"second story worker," but an internat | and which were claimed by travel-
ional traveler. ing men, belonged to J. E. Etsperg,
In United States commissioner's of Kansas City; J. C. Costello, of Mus-
court this weazen faced, slender kogee: William Chew and W. A. Bat-
young man told a story of a portion ties, of petersburg, Ind., and one
of his life. In New York City several j other.
years ago he was prosperous. Then The self confessed thief pleaded
he played in hard luck, was out of em- guilty before United States Commis-
ployment and shipped as a sailor on a sioner W. R. Hoyt and was held to
ship for Galveston. A pal accompan- await yie action of the grand Jury. His
led him. The trip was a rough one, bond was fixed at $600, which he fail-
and, unaccustomed to work, McAffery ed to make.
A Home for You on Easy Terms
Beautiful Riverside Addition on the cur line, the griming part of
the city adjoining the Santa Fe yards, and shops, will sell you lot#
cheap on the following terms: $10.00 cash per lot and 3&.M per lo:
a month until paid. No taxes, no interest, no commission Owr.
your own home and save rent. See
A. H. Hurford
the owner, room 6 over Harrynian's Drug Store, Shawnee Okla
New Cabinet Style Machine (like cut) for sale
at 7 I 3 South Beard Street, if taken at once
Also a good range stove for sale. Call at once
or address E. H. EDDY
DR. J. H. SCOTT,
Residence 320 North Beard.
Offlce phone 190. Rea. pkone 148
Office In Whittaker building.
3R.J. S.CARTER, DR. H. H. WILSON
Bye. Ear, Noae and Throat
Offlce Whittaker Bldg. Rma. (, 6, 7, t.
Houra 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee, Okla., Phone 714.
DR. T. E. EVANS
Offlce Pottawatomie Bldg.
Over Mann's Drag Store
Realdence 321 N. Beard
Jfflce phon. StS. Residence phone 974
My Best Friend.
Alexander Benton who Uvea on Rur-
al Routel. Fort Edward. N Y. says:
Dr. King's New Discovery is my best
earthly friend. It cured me of asthma
6 years ago. It has also performed a
wonderful cure of Incipient consump-
tion on my son's wife. The first
botle ended the terrible cough, and
this accomplished, the other symp-
toms left one by one, until she was
perfectly well. Dr. Klng'B New Dis-
covery's power over coughs and colds
Is simply marvelous." No other
remedy has ever equaled 1L Fully
guaranteed by all drugglBta. 50 cts.
and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
G. A. R. Encampment.
The 17th annual encampment of
the Grand Army of the Republic, De-
partment of Oklahoma, will convene
Enid, May 22, and remain In sea
■ion for three days Inclusive. This
will be the greatest turn out of vet
erans of the Civil war that haa ever
been held In Oklahoma, and of the
deepest Interest to the comrades. Ar
rangements are being mad. to make
it a great success in every respect'
Enid Is ambitious, as a town and com-
munity, to make the old boys feel that
no mistake was made when the en-
campment wa:i located at that point
She Is already putting on her best
clothea for this occasion, and she pur-
poses to give the boys the best time
they have ever had In their lives •
Pain caused by boils, cuts, scalds,
and akin diseases Is promptly re-
lieved by DeWitt's Carbolli.d Witch
Hazel Salve. Oood for piles. C. R
JOSEPH HAIGH, M. 0.
Chronic Pelvic, Malig-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
Come and talk with us about that
suit we are giving away
LOOK NEAT CLUB
oom 30 Beard-Kennedy * Wheeler
Building. Phone 921.
MISS NETTIE PITTMAN
Offlce with Cade ft Stanard
Phone, residence 921, offlce 209.
8. F. ROSE,
Specialist on all allmenta of Feet
^ega and Musclea. Offlce at Hager's
Barn, 116-118 Union avenue, Shaw-
PETERS A NETHERCOT,
tOOM SO, WHITTAKER BUILDING,
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
Offlce and residence 126 1-2 North
Broadway. Phone 438.
DR. CHA8. D. BALL
All chronic allmenta a specialty Of
flee over Roy Jenkins', corner Mala
and Broadway Examination free *i
office. Shawnee, Okla Phone <14.
Rea. Phone 36. Offlce phone 685
DR. C. C. YOUMANS,
Whittaker Bldg. 8hawt.ee. Okla.
J. A. WELLS.
Over Mann's Drug Store. Phone 2(4
WOOD A SON
Phont 1061 No. 118 N. B«U
Shawnee, O. T.
DR. Q. H. SANBORN
Over Oklahoma National Bank. Of-
flce honra 9 to 12, 2:80 to 6. Phone
residence 32, offlce 33t.
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'S
WHITE ROSE COMPLEXION
And yon will na« no other.
Fer sal. at all 4rvsgleta.
J. 8. BURNETT,
Agent for the Rlcbardaon-Oay OU Co.
Indigent company offlce wrath of
Rock Island, other side of rladnct on
Bell street 4-1 m
Offlce phone 124, resldene. 114.
Ofllc. 212 N. Broadway,
• HAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
tamral Storage, Crating and Paeklna.
Mrs. Clara White
224 West Main, Opposite
117 1-1 E Main 8t,
Cleaners and Dyer*.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. Phoie
Special attention given ladles' g*r-
MEN AND W0MFN,
Bijr ii for unnatural
irritation! or ulceration*
of mucosa uieoibrauM
i r PftlnlMi and not aatrin-
, EEvANSChIMICAI.CO. (' t or poi-oiiou.*
Ho Id by hmrzlna.
:.r sen; in plain irrappet
by cxprtM. prepaid, for
ti 00. «>r 3 l ott!*" 92 76.
ircuUr sent uu wuni
CARPENTBK & CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A RPFCIALTY
P. O. Box 773
Shop 122 S. Penn.
S10 S. Dixon
S. M. Gloyd
j H. E. Jacobs, Mgr.
WILLIAM H. DODGE.
Collection!, Commercial Law, Con-
Teyanclng. All Instrument, of writing'
accurately drawn and acknowledge-
ment. taken. Office, room IS over
First National Bank.
B. F. HARRISON
BRICK AND STONE WORK
1615 North Brortw.y
>•* ***• <
L. c. MILLS
When yon want your
lawn mowers sharp-
ened or repaired and
all other repairing.
101 N. Philadelphia.
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Offlce phone 197, residence phone 1122
Q. E. TABLER
Contractor and Plasterer
Corner 11th and Klmbarly Street
203 S. Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy, Prop.
Will do work In any part of city.
Call me by phone. Recommended by
Rocky Mi untain Tr Hoggets
• itc for
. - aey ..w
. 13 tsobe. i
, i form. 86 iw n
Mrtfir>ns frr p Pn,..!..
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iitalnTt;i in tn -
, v . t—J <K-nuine made bj
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I >« h • SAinivK "CO .-.
, -... prltt 25 C«nt _
31$ Dearborn St., Chicago.
WE WHITE AT
AND LIVE STOCK
SEE US BEFORE PLACING YOUR
Nelson-Oaan Insurance Co.
When down town dont torg.i
No. « W
F. B. DUNN, Pr«*
I 8 MONTHS
40c A MONTH
)xt Week on N8rth
• House on North
i be ready for bus-
to open up early
Jday if all the flx-
Do. The place is
furnished, and will
st complete of its
if the state. The
1th cork and lino-
JIb and celling are
finished. A com-
and locker stands
and the whole Is
dvertislng Co. has
line their business.
by Is Buried.
of Mr. and Mrs.
lductor on the Rock
today from the fam-
alotte. Rev. Wolfe
; rites, after which
in Fairview Ceme-
n to Tecumseh.
who has Just flnlsb
fine on the streets,
mseh today by Dep-
here he will be held
mt. He 18 charged
le person of a man
lo to Settle Trouble
lining G. A. R.
ly 4.—Colonel J. F.
ulphur on a mission
jwhat ludicrous. He
tho G. A. R. for the
lan Territory, which
encampment In Sul-
rub. Sulphur, like
wn In this wide
.wo sides, between
eat rivalry. In Sul-
e east side and the
mtestlng for the bon-
; the veterans. The
irlority from the fact
hotels and hall, but
s contributed Uberal-
1 fund raised to de-
i of the meeting and
will act as arbitra-
i amicable settlement
Sty thlB will be the
he department of In-
It is the plan thl.
e departments of In-
md Oklahoma Into
to be known aB the
Examiner John M
>rnlng after making
of all the national
I. Mr. Hale visits
once every seven
rug Company Is to-
la fountain. It la a
ent affair that occu-
ARE YOU SAV-
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