The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 3, 1907 Page: 6 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NKW8
FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1907.
TRY A NEWS W ANT AD
General Hu«lneii«, Three Linen J
Times 3Ac, Psyaltle In Advance
25 CEN TS
POM RENT—Furnished room® for
light hoiiMke<ping. 336 ififtlt Sov-
wi ti street. l*8t
POM li ION'I Large hall 26x70, cen
trally located. Apply to Dr. J. H.
Wells, Hhawne* Mf
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
2 2:40 a. m. 2:50 a. in
4 6:40 p. m. 7:00 p. m
8 10:80 a in. 10:40 a. ui
20 12:06 a. m.
VOH KKNT—Upstalm room, 17*A
suitable for lodge or storage room.
No o East Main street. 9-tf
' I No.
ron RBNT—Offlce room*, all mod- "
■rii conyenlence*. neatly pspered.1
Bckol bullillni, Mala atreeL
vatlve Loan fc Abstract Co.
...1:40 a. in.
.. .8:60 a. in.
...4:60 p. oi.
Arrives 3:30 p.m.
Departs 10:40 p.m.
FOR BALK—$00 certificate to apply
on Hallet A Davis piano, good at
Predericksuu Ac. Kroh, Oklahoma
City Address Pianos, News office.
Toil HA Lift—A good work horse at
tiis Olty Meat Market. 23-Ct
POR BALK-Old established now
sod second hand fiirnltnre buHlness.
For particulars addreas M. W. A.,
car* News II
No. 317,8:16 a. m.
No. 301,3:30 p.m.
No. 302, 12:30p.ru
No. 318. 6:16 p.m.
N(^. 414,7:06 a.m.
No. 408, 1:00 p.m.
No. 4j07, 3:20 p.m
No. 413, 0:00 p.m
RAILROADS PREPARING FOR CAM
PAIQN FOR IMMI-
The following answers to ads re-
main in the Nevis offlc< uuclslmed:
"C," care News.
"HJ. A.," care News.
"Mrs. K.," care News
- Girl to stay and go to school."
"J. A.," care News, 2.
"A. W.," care News, 6.
"C. C. W.f" care News.
*F. A.," care News.
Free samples of "Preventicb" au i
a booklet on Colds will be gladly
mailed you, on request, by Dr. Shoop
Racine, Wis., simply to prove merit
Preventlcs are little Candy Cold Cur"
tablets. No Quinine, no Lazatve,
a hair million dollars and hundreds' of | "« ,h nK harmful whatever. Preven-
speclal agents will be employed thiwl"''8 Pr(-'v®nt cold as the name im-
yrar by five big railroads In an extra- I l'"es wh« n taken early, or at th<
ordinary effort to exploit and people i Sneeze 8tage." For a seated cold
Effort to be Made to Increase Popula-
tion of Four States 400,000 In
the Next Year.
St. Louis, Mo May 3.—More than 1
FARM FOR BALI0—Klghty seres
close to city cheap. Five years on
twslte huudred dollars st seven pc.
cent. Address Hoi 104 or call at 220
North Heard street, Hhswnee. 11-lm
FOR BALIM0 acre fsrm, will trade
for good city Property, Conservative
Loan it Abstract Co. or owner. 4-801
WANTK1)—Any member of the Roy-
al Arcanum residing In Shawnee or
vldnltyt can learn something to his
advantage, by making himself known
st the store of Oossliug. Trultt &
Co. l m
WANTED—Man and wife want fur-
nished rooms for light housekeplng
Addreas W. J. S., care of News. 1-Gt
MISSOURI, KAN8A8 A TEXA8.
Kast Bound—9 a. ni.
Westbound—ti p. m.
May 9, Belmont park
May 20, Qraveoend.
May 27. Belmont park
June 6, Gravesend.
June 16, Buffalo.
June 20, Slx epshead bay
July 10, Brighton Resell meeting op-
ens, Isstlng until August 2.
August 6, Saratoga Springs
August 31. Sheepshead Bay
September 16, Qravesend.
September 30, Brighton Ptscb
October 7, Belmont park
October 21, Jamaica.
October 26, PImllco.
November 2, Aqueduct.
November 16-30, Hennlngs
November 31, All aboard for New Or-
pans. Ran Francisco and points south
the great southwest.
Plans already completed by the Mis-
souri Pacific, iron Mountain, Frisco,
Rock Inland and Missouri, Kansas and
Texas contemplate expenditures avir-
ui;ing 20 to 25 per cent greater than
those of 190(1, and that Joint endeav-
ors are expected to add nearly 400,-
000 to the present population of TVx-
as. Oklahoma. Arkansas, Missouri and
l/otilslana In the next twelve months.
The Frisco-Rock Island has established
a bureau of Immigration In Rome, In
addition to that already maintained In
jliondon, and will shortly Inaugurate
: .'!i agency in Zurich Germany will
be canvassed later.
The Ozark section of Missouri and
| Arkansas is where the roads intend
to plnnt colonies of 8wlss gardeners,
| dairymen ami wine growers. The
Frisco's work In Europe Is under the
or LaOrlppe, break It up safely and
quickly with preventlcs. Bold by
A Good Cigar
If you should come Inio my store and ask for the beat nickel
cigar I had I would hand you
Thin is a large five Inch hand made goods, with both filler and
wrapper of Havana tobacco and It is the best five cent cigar yon
have ever smoked. M
I buy them of the manuf .rer and the middle man's profit
Is yours. Thi y cost me forty dollars pe- thousand. So you see
1 can't sell them six for a quarter, but must get a nickel for
every one of them.
They have that rich aroma peculiar to Havana tobacco and
they are superior to many cigars sold for a dime. Come for
June 4—National board of directors
of Farmers' Union meet in Shawnee
Juno 14—Flag Day. First annlv«rsar>
of Oklahoma being admitted to state
WALLACE MANN '
Opposite City Hall
?> ■ ♦
Dr. Shoop Family Medicine Company,
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
Please note it is made alone for piles
and Its action Is positive and certain
direction of Alexander Jackson, the | Itchoing, painful, protruding or blind
railroad's general European agent. Th" piles disappear like magic by Its use.
Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain, ban Large nlckle capped glass Jars 60c
sent J. M. Johnson to Europe to Be<
that his lines have n share of the in-
flux of European homeseekers and will
co-operate with the steamship compa-
Sold by Wallace Mann.
WANTRL>—Dining room girl at
222 N. Bell. Phone 6G8. 30-3t
WANTED—Hoy 14 to 16 years to
lean cigar trade. Apply at 303 13.
Ninth street John Borsler. 30-3t
Wonderful Eczema Cure.
"Our little boy had eczema for five
years," writes N. A. Adams, Henri-
Pa. "Two of our homo doctors
said the case was hopeless, his lungs
being affected. We then employed
WANTED—A lady nurse to live with olher doctors but no b. noflt remitted.
* family. Apply it News office. !!Hf I,y chan'-'' wo mad >ll)out Electric
Bitters; bought a bottle and soon
noticed Improvement. We continue
this medicine until several bottles
were used, when our boy was com-
pletely cured." Peat of all blorl
medicines and body building health
stores. 60c. •
The new soda fountain for the Shaw
nee Drug Co. has arrived, and Is be-
Mr Johnson's first labors will bo In j ing put Into place.
Germany, from which country the Mb | .
souri Pacific is anxious to draw farm Furnished roomg for rent on street
or* who will cultivate lands In Mi. CAr Ilne at 16 K„t Drummond atreet
sour!, Arkansas and Louisiana. pleasantly located.
The Frisco-Rock Island will soon be-! p^one 261 Red
gin running steamships between Euro j
pean ports and Galveston to hasten |
the development of the vast acreage In
WANTED—Location for a bank and
to correspond with a practical bank
man who can rslee half the capital
to start a $10,000 Institution. Ad-
dreas Box 13, Central Park, Nassau
Co., New York. 23-tf
CRAWFORD FOR FIRE INSURANCE
Will save you money. Bee him.
V per cent money, cheapest chattel
loans, sell your home os payments,
farms to trade for city property I
wtli make yea money Bee me C.
M Crawford, 102 Kaat Main 7 tf
TO TRADE—A good farm for city
property or stock of merchandise. C.
W. Kerfoot, 111 N. Bell. 16-tf
Notice! Notice! I
All barber shops will close at 7 p.
m. except Saturday, when they will
close at 11 p m.. to take effect May
2G-i2t wm. Mclaughlin, sec.
which It Is Interested. B. F. Yoakum,
chairman of the executive board, has
announced that this trans-Atlantic ser-
vice may be expected this year. All
foreign Immigrants will be sent to the
southwest by way of Galveston.
Don** P y Alimony.
to be divorced from your appendix.
There will be no occasion for It If
you keep your bowels regular with
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Their
action Is so gentle that the appendix
never has cause to make the least
complaint. Guaranteed by all drug-
gists 25c. Try them. •
Now if you wish to make money
"A Day In Flowerdom," presented at
the Becker Wednesday night by local
talent, netted the Eastern Star ladles
$160, which will be used In park Im-
provement As chorus director, stage
manager, and manager In general. Mrs
J. C. Mahr Is a success, and with her
efficient assistants Is receiving many
compliments on the most successful
home talent entertainment ever pro-
duced in Shawnee.
Do You Love
your baby? You wonder why
buy a pair of those beautiful lots In cries. -Buy a bottle of white Cream
Maywood Addition, which 1 am offer Vermifuge and he will never cry.
Ing at $50 each, $10 cash and $5 per Most babies have worms, and the
LOST-— May 1st, a file board con-
taining a number of the Mexico-Unit-
ed States land and Irrigation corpora-
tion application papers. Same was
lost between 700 block on North
Broadway and city hall. Party find-
ing same return to Dr. Warner's of-
fice in Pottawatomie building or Newa
office and get paid for trouble Dr
BEFORE YOU BUY
month. Remember this price will
only stay on until a lmlted number
Is sold. Drop me a card or phono mr
and let us show you this property.
D. A. Crafton, Cor. Main and Broad
way, Phone 614. 29tf
Cascasweet for babies Is the best
remedy for colic, summer complaint,
diarrhoea and sour stomach. It Is
especially good in cases of teething
when Irritation affects the stomach
and Intestines Sold by C. R. Harry-
mothers don't know It. White's
Cream Vermifuge rids the child of
worms and cleans out Its system In a!
pleasant way. Every mother should j
k«ep a bottle of this medicine In the
house. With It, fear need never en-
ter her mind Price 26c. Sold by
all druggists. •
it what Mrs. Lucy
Stovail.of Tilton, Ga*
said after taking
Kodol for Dvs-
of other weak
"* women art
stored to perfect
health by this rem-
ed" YOU may bs
well if you will take
nearly all the sica-
ness that women
havs. It deprives the system of nourish-
ment and the delicate organs peculiar tc
women suffer—weaken, and becoms
enables the stomach and d festive organs
to digest and r, i fe . > f the whole-
some fned that ir.nybn eaten. It nourishes
iho body, a ..' re' . the v k orjar.i,
restoring health and sirsngtn. Koaol
relieves indi^wtion. constipation, dyspepsia,
sour r; ,£s. bolchir.g. heartburn anr1 all
Digests What You Eat
Put up at "The Pilcher," a rooming house fine,
It's the best place to stop along the whole line,
Large, solid building, new and O. K.,
Cannot be beat In rooming house way.
Here are good rooms and beds, everything neat
Equipped In a modern style, most complete.
Rooms all have windows and excellent light.
Here. In the darkness, electricity, bright.
Order and cleanliness here will be found,
Unsurpassed In the city or country around.
Satisfaction you find In this house up to date.
Ease, comfort and quietness—popular rates.
Corner Main and Philadelphia Streets
The Hews 10c a week
ESTES TIN SHOP
Skylight*. M. tal CetUn«, Cornice and Bheet M«txl Work, Hot Air Fur***.-
All Klida Tanks.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FREE.
Ki R. Mala. Tal. 841
all about sidewalks...
SEE JO EMLINQ
OoffarrtUa petrlfled brtck walk., I to tc aquara foot Cament walk
10a to lie aqnara foot All work guaranteed.
Raa. Ml South Ball
HARRYMAN'S PRUQ STORE.
- I V
THERE'S NO DELAY
When yon tend for ns to do yonr 11*hi
Ing lerrlca. We get there quick. Nt
muter how imall the aarrlco, we gl.e
11 tile aame attention aa we would a
Phone o« and onr solicitor will •
r!, ht out to see yoi.
3 DO THE REST,.
Shawnee Lighting Company.
12S N. SROADWaV
Before you order a monument call
on W. 8 Carnahan and figure with
He la turnlag oat high class work
benutlful In design, of the finest fin-
ish, lettered with experienced skill
and made of tha best marble and
gunlte from the leading quarries oi
His prices will beat competition
and a deal with him means a saving
of money for you.
TO NEWSPAPER MEN.
11.200 will buy Cottrell 2 ret. proas,
speed 1800, thoroughly rebuilt, guar
ante®.! good condition, rollera ready '"red Jn 1900
for use, Including new Oxford folder
? fold. Iron frame, alao $400 will take
2 rev. Campbell press, good condition.
speed 1500. All P. O. B. here. Ad-
dreaa Dally Newa, Hot Spring*. Ark
Suits Allege Fraud.
Muskogee, I. T., May S—Tama Bix-
by, commissioner to the five clvllltrd
tribes, and Leo E Bennett. United
Slates marshal, are defendant* In a
suit filed here yesterday by M L. Molt
from the Creek nation. Mott alleged
that title* to town lot* were secured
by fraud at the time they were trans-
Five similar rases
were filed against other lot owner*
W. S. CARNAHAN
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS,
I'M ON MY WAY TO
WHERE I CAN OFT—
Iietter Heads. Visiting Cards. Weddlns
Invitation!*. Note Mead* Statement*.
Bill Heada. Circulars. I* mphleis. Dod-
sera. Etc.. ON SHORT NOTICE
I'omfr Main aod Philedelttota
60 Per Cent Gain In 1905.
Our purchase* of Dr. Mendenhsll's
Chill and Fever Cure In 1908 wire Sti
per cent more than In 1904. The
frequency of our order* indicate It
one of the staple Chill Remedies J.
S. Merrrll Drug Co.. Wholesale Drug
gist*. St Louts, Mo. Sold by C. R
BO feet by 100 feet, 27 room*, li
utalde room*, centrally located, will
ent at reaaonable price. Apply to
Pilcher, corner of Main and Phil*
| DeWitt's Little Early Risers, fa-
mous little pills C. R Harryman *
HILL'S BUSIXESS CO IA .EG E
liberie Bldft . No. 16-18 Main Street
THIS 8CH00L OPENED WITH A NICE EN
ROLLMENT. THEY HAVE PLENTY OF TEACH-
ERS AND GIVE INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTIONS.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME TO ENTER WHILE
THE 8CHOOL IS SMALL. THEY HAVE OVER
FIFTY FIRST CLASS POSITIONS TO FILL
RIGHT NOW, MOST OF THEM IN OKLAHOMA
CITY. THEY ARE ENDORSED BY THE HON.
W. C. HUGHES OF OKLAHOMA CITY AND
THE HON. TAMS BIXBY, COMMISSIONER TO
THE FIVE CIVILIZcD TRIBES, AT MUSKOGEE
I. T. THE LATTER GENTLEMAN HAS EM
PLOYED ABOUT TWENTY OF THEIR STU-
DENT8, AT A SALARY OF THREE DOLLARS A
DAY. FARE PAID TO SCHOOL. WRITE AT ONCE
FOR HANDSOME CATALOGUE AND SPECIAL
Hill's Business ' College
Oklahoma City, Okla.
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