The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 3, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1907.
THE BHAWNr.F_NEWS ——————~ ■
Ribbon Sale Saturday Night Lafter supper
Fancy Ribbons 7^c Yard at
THE B. &, W. DRY GOODS STORE
"They are one of the most eco-
nomical, digeotible and nutritious of
human foods and well worthy of
the high estimation in which they
are generally held."
Of course the writer had in mind
The one perfect soda cracker
Fresh from the oven,
crisp and delicious,
in dust and moisture
national biscuit company
ASKS CITATION IN HOTEL FIGHT
Dr. Threadgill Thinks Company Is In
Contempt of Court.
Oklahoma City. May Application
for a citation for contempt of court
was filed by attorneys for John Thread
Kill, owner of the Threadglll hotel
property, in connection with the pa
pers recently filed under which an or-
der was granted by the court against
the Threadgill Hotel company, re-
straining the company from entering
into a contract for a lease of the cigar
stand of the hotel.
The application will probably be
heard Immediately. About three days
ago Attorneys Wilson, Harris and
Douglass, on behalf of Dr. Threadgill
were granted a restraining order
against Messrs. Itigby and Perry of
the Hotel Threadgill company, to pre-
vent them from entering Into a con-
tract with Milo E Adams for the ren-
tal of the cigar stand, as it was al-
leged they were about to do.
In the application filed yesterday
the petitioner alleges that the hotel
company has rented the stand, despite
the order of the court.
DIES AS RESULT OF AMPUTA-
OIL EXCITEMENT GOES TO BRIS-
I Report an Oil Sand That Looks Like
the Glenn Sand.
Tulsa, I. T„ May 3.—Oil excitement
has shifted to Bristow, on the Frisco
86 miles west of Tulsa. For some time
a test of that country has been in pro-
I gress, and now after the folks drilling
there have secured about all the ter-
ritory they could lease, they report
they have an oil sand at 2,000 feet that
looks like the Glenn sand.
Yesterday afternoon they were
' cleaning out, getting ready to resume
| drilling after a wait <>f two weeks for
: tools, and oil was coming up In every
Bristow poople are very much ex-
| cited, as well as a numbfer of oil men
who have been keeping cases on the
Roomers wnnted at 542 Douglas av-
enue Neat comfortable rooms at rea-
when all else has failed. 36 cents ] gonable rates. Mrs. Whitehead, 542
Tea or Tablets Shawnee Drug Co. * j Douglas avenue 29-4'
Prospect for Cherry Crop is Slight.
Guthrie. Okla.. May 3. -Fruit grow j
era state that the prospects for a cher- 1
rv crop this year are very i>oor as the
cherries are all failing off the trees
without apparent cause. Some of them
have attributed it to the cold weather,
but Secretary C. A McNabb of the
Oklahoma board of agriculture, claims
that has nothing to do wliu It.
"It Is a peculiarity that can be no-
ticed about cherries," he said, "that
after a tree bears four or live large
crops of fruit ill succession It is like-
ly to lay off for a year. It will come
out as full of bloom ub ever, but most
of them are lacking in pistils and the
fruit does not materialize. I think
that Is the trouble this year, and do not
believe that the cold weather has done
any material damage."
A marvelous preparation containing
tbe constituent elements of life. Hoi
llster'B Rocky Mountain Tea cures
Bud Morris Sustains Broken Leg in
Attempting to Board Car.
Wister, I. T-, May 3.—Bud Morris
died here while undergoing au amputa
lion of the right leg.
Nine dayB ago while attempting to
board a moving box car at the side
door, he missed his footing and fell
between the car and the depot plat-
form. Tbe wheels did not climb or
cut his leg, but bruised and broke It
In three placet.
It was hoped that amputatlo^ would
not be necessary, but he took a turn
for the worse and the operation was
Will Morris, an older brother of
Bud, was killed by a freight train on
the Rock island near Hartford, Ark.,
about two years ago.
Bud was a Choctaw by blood, about
twenty years old and unmarried. His
home was at Cavanal, one and one-
half miles north of here.
If you sufTer from rheumatism
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment
will bring quick relief. It 1b a sure
cure for Sprains. Rheumatism. Con
traded Muscles an dall pains and
■ within the reach of all. Price 26c
Only the Santa Fe offers yon
AU tha Way
Economy and comfort
You save in railroad and Pullman fare*. You can join powaftf-
eonducted parties. You are carried in newest Pullman touri*
Sleeper** and Block 8l£nal , l oo
Very Low R*tm k> March and April.
Ask 6E0. P. NELSON, Ticket Agtil
'bOc and $1.00. C. R Smith, Tena-
ha, Texts, writes: I have used Bal-
lard's Snow Lniment in my family for
years and have found it a fine remedy j
for all aplnB and aches. I recommend j
It for pains In the chest" Sold hy i
all drugglstB. *
Victim of sasoline
Explosion at Oklahoma City Claims
Oklahoma City, May 3.—Gasoline
claimed another victim late yesterday
afternoon when Miss Minnie Jackson
was probably fatallly burned, following
an explosion In one of the rooms at
11G 1-2 Grand avenue. This morning
reports from St. Anthony's hospital at
1 o'clock were to the effect that the
injured woman was not expected to
survive during the remainder of the
Gas is Absolutely Sate
Clean—Saves all This
Gas Range Given
No Charge for
Shawnee Gas and
Phone I 46
Shoe Manufacturer In Shawnee.
W. J. Myers, a prominent shoe man-
ufacturer of Hannibal, Mo., is In Shaw-
nee on a business trip. While here he
called on Secretary Roy at the Cham-
ber of Commerce, who is formerly of
Aristocrat hand made Tong filler,
high aroma, pleasant taste, guaranteed
free from dope in any form, a perfect
nickel cigar. Try one, 30-10t
San Antonio, May 3.—The court mar-
tial that tried Captain Macklin In con
nectlon with the Bhootlng up of
Brownsville, as alleged to have been
done a year ago today by two compa-
nies of a regiment of negro troops,
found Captain Macklin not guilty of
complicity in the trouble, and of lack
It was found that Captain Macklin
was asleep during the entirety of the
trouble caused hy the soldiers. Captain
Macklin was In command of one of
the companies afterwards dismissed
by order of the president
Warns Cattlemen. j p. Mitchell, architect and builder
Ardmore, I. T., May 3.—J. B. Kel pian, and specifications furnished A
sey, special Indian agent, with head \ npecialty In plana for residences, bun-
quarters at Chickasha, has been in the Kft|OW houses, etc. J. P- Mitchell,
city for some days notifying cattlemen North Broadway. Phone 197, res-
to either pay the fifteen cents per acre j phono UM 10<f
on unallotted lands oY move fences.
Talk about your breakfast foods,
A thousand you can see;
I wouldn't have them as « gift:
I'd have Rocky Mountain Tea.
• Shawnee DrugCo
j The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Buchanan died this morning
| at 10 o'clock at the family home, 605
' N. Aydelotte. Mr. Buchanan is a con-
ductor on the Rock Island. Funeral
arrangements will be made later.
Cheyenne, Okla., May 3.—The Fran
cis-Stevens criminal lioel case was
tried In probate court and resulted In
a hung Jury. County Attorney John
C. Hendrix and C. S. Gilkerson ap-
peared In behalf of the territory, while
J. W. McMurty and D. W. Tracy look
ed after the Interests of the defendanL
The case is Bet for a new hearing on
A press feeder wanted at The News
Committees for State 8. 8. Convention
The following committees have
been appointed for the State Sunday
School t-mventlor to be held In 8haw
nte, Ok.ahoma, August 20, 21 and
Finance—John W. Jones, chairman,
Q. H. Kerfoot, W. A. Ruggles, Rev.
L. Wolfe. Fred W Chrisner, Rev.
Sroundii—S. J. Roy, chairman, Rev
bt ay, W. T. £si elton
Entertainment—tjfcr*y* K. McKln
uif chairman, Mary .MeDlYttt, Mr*.
Emma Mead, Mrs. J. H. Scott, C. W.
J ihpson, George W >,p.'tin-
Music A H. Oosallng, chairman,
Frank A. Truett, W. O. Dlckjson 0. A
8treeter, W. E. Husselman.
Press—Mrs. Henderson, chairman,
Rev. Frank L. Van Voorhla. J. C
Usherr—Archie Watson chalimxu
Robert Yaklah. W. P Dix Arlln loj.
Pages—W. R Crossan, chairman
Clyde I-oy. Victor Mead, Paul Reed.
Leon Daniel Bd Han kins, Tommle
Decoration—K. H. Hahllnger, chair
man. Frank Woods, E. A. Bradford,
Robert Wood, I'lah Bash am, Ralph
Reed Rollle Bphland. Rev. Adams.
Reception—A. K. Kennedy, chair-
man, Rev. F. A. Colwell. Mr*. Vallle
McKee, Miss Jim Dickson, Miss
Grue Robertson, Miss Bloom Egger-
man. Miss Zoe Kennedy, Mrs. Stans
bury, Rev. B. A. Pulton, Rev. Savage
The above named committees will
meet at the M. El church Monday ev
enlng, April 29, at which time Mr
Rogers, state secretary, will be here
and will assist In laying plans for this
great convention. We desire to have
all the committees present snd all
other Sunday school workers also.
F. B. REED
Pres. State Asoctatlon.
Let me mall you free, to prove
samples of my Dr Shoop's Restora-
tive, and my Book on either Dyspep-
sia. The Heart or the Kidneys. Ad-
dress me, Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis.
Troubles of the stomach. Heart or
Kidneys are merely symptoms of *
deeper aliment. Don't make the com-
mon error of treating symptoms only.
Symptom treatment Is treating the
result of your ailment, and not the
cause. Weak stomacbh nerves—the
Inside nerve*—means stomach weak-
ness, always. And the heart and
ICdneyB as well, haw their Inside or
controlling nerves. Weaken these
nerves, and you Inevitably have
weak vital organs Here Is where
Dr. Shoop's Restorative has made its
fame. No other remedy even claims
to treat the "Inside nerves." Also
for bloating, hllllonsness, bad breath
or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's Re-
storative. Write for my free book,
now Dr. Shoop's Restorative sold by
Wallace Mann •
Ribbon Sale Saturday Night afierMM.
Fancy Ribbons 7^c Yard at
THE B. & W. DRY GOODS STORE
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