The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 3, 1907 Page: 7 of 8
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FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1 07
Jacksonvlllians Gather to Greet Fel
An unusually feu :Uouu occasion was
an Informal reception ; ic' Bmoker held
last night in the office of Attorney Har-
ry M. Tlcknor, jy former resldonts of
Jacksonville, now loa.Idled in Shaw-
nee, in honor of Hon. Charles A
Barnes, supreme chancellor of the
Knights of Pythias, their fellow towns-
man. The group assembled at the
call of Mr. Tlcknor, and a poll showed
the following, most of whom have but
recently located here: Oliver G. Gal-
braith, Edwin F\ Galbralth. Ernest \\\
Galbralth, Oliver Hamm, John L.
Coons. John De Sllva, I.eRoy Tlck-
nor, William G. Benson. Harry C. Ben-
qualities most desired from I ™n' Percy Wilfe'"s- JosPPh E- Fltzpat-
a temperance standpoint Irick. Frank Hayden. A. E. Fell, Pied
j Huston, Claud Gordley, M. J. Ryan.
Geo. P. Nelson, Dr. Henry 8. Skinner,
James M. Ransom, Carl Schultz, Chas.
Geise, and the host, Harry M Tlck-
The foremost temperance
workers agree that the use
or a mild stimulant like
beer, does not create an
appetite for strong drink,
and is actually healthful.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
has the, lowest percent
age of alcohol of any beer,
and the highest percent-
age of real, nourishing
The Pabst Brewing Pro-
cess is based on practical,
healthful principles, and
gives to Blue Ribbon Beer |
Complies with all requirements of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee No. 2041. filed at Washinptoo.
The Ruemmell-Ilraun Co.,
<R P. Wltherspoon, Mgr.)
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A 8 E E A
w, J. KUHLMAN
When you have Sorap
Iron, Bones, Rags,
Rubber & Metal to sell
224 NORTH MINNESOTA ST.
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leorge B. Crisman
• 8. Oklahoma. Pboa« Til.
FORECAST OF THE WEEK
IMM,I Hill ■
ilton Meal Market
J. K. ODKIJ.
ialer In Fresh Meats,
Game and Fish
oved across the street
)m our old stand 3
ors north of postoffice
la elea*. Q1t« OSo old man ,
a trial at the |
3on Ton Bakery
ephone 364 Z13 R Main
Friday—The property of the Chi-
cago 1 eminal Railway company, con
slsting of the Grand Central station
and terminals, will be sold at auction
under foreclosure proceedings. Inter-
state oratorical contest. Including col-
leges of eleven states, will be held at
Parkvllle, Mo. French students' con-
gress opens In Paris. Arbor day in
Saturday—Irish International expo-
sition opens in Dublin. Sydney Oli-
ver, appointed governor to succeed Sir
Alexander Swettenham, will sail for
his new poet in Jamaica. Miss Alice
Lee, daughter of Governor I>ee, will
be married to William C. Spruance
Jr. Traveling men of Pacific North-
west meet in Spokane. Election of
mayor and commissioners under re-
cently adopted commission system oi
governmlent will be held in Fort
Worth. Kansas State Farmers' Union
meets in Hutchison
Cement Company Organized.
Tulsa, I. T., May 3—The Tulsa
Portland Cement company, capitalized
at $2,500,000, with Chicago. Kansas
City, St. Louis and Fort Wayne, lnd..
capitalists back of the enterprise, was
organized. The company has pur-
chased 600 acres of gypsum land Just
west of the city of Tulsa and will
build a plant of 2,000 barrels daily
capacity, employing 500 men.
If You Dont.
succeed the first time use Herblne
and you will get instant relief. The
greatest liver regulator. A positive
cure for constipation, D>spepBia, Ma-
laria, Chills and all liver complaints.
Mr. C—, of Emory, Texas, writes:
"My wife has been using Herblne for
herself and children for five years.
It is a sure cure for constipation and
malaria fever, which is substantiate a
by what it has done for my family."
8old by all druggists. •
Call at our stor* please for a
free sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health
Coffee." If real cofTee disturbs your
Stomach, your Heart, or Kidneys,
then try this Clever CofTee imitation.
While Dr. Shoop has very closely
matched Old Java and Mocha Coffee
in flavor and taste, vet he has not
t-ven a single grain of real coffee
in it. Dr. Hhoop's Health Coffee Im
itation is made from pure toasted
grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts,
etc. You will surely like Health Cof-
fee. Sold by Wallace Mann. •
Drink the old original Arbuckles'
ARIOSA Coffee, the blend of
Brazilian coffees, most wholesome
and stimulating, as well as most
economical. Anything dearer
than Arhucklcs' ARIOSA is
extravagant, and no one can sell
as good coffee for the same price.
People who drink Arbuckles'
ARIOSA Coffee are not dys-
peptics with fashionable nerves
who take vacations in Sanitariums,
on featherweight rations, but the
healthy vigorous manhood and'
womanhood that constitute the j
useful majority. The first roasted
packaged coffee; sales of Arbuck- Wnte to
les ARIOSA Coffee for 37
years, exceed the combined sale*
of all the other pai k.i^ed coffees.
In sealed packages only for
your protection. Don't buy loosa
coffee out of a bag, bin or tin that
the roaster is ashamed to seal in a
package with his name on it.
If your grocer won't supply
N— Y„l Qfe
Shake-up for the Copper, , Qr„t |r|,h E>po.it)on
Kansas City, Mo., May 3.—All of Dublin, May 3. -Preparations
the members of the Kansas City po- j boing OOInplpt6d toda>' for the formal
lice force, from Chief Hayes down to ! openlnS tomorrow of the Irish Intor-
the patrolmen and wagon drivers, find i na^ona' Exposition. The Tx>rd i.ii'u
themselves today in a position to an-1tenant of Ireland will preside at the
predate the plight of one Damocles j °PeninS ceremonies and will be ac-
who had a sword suspended above his ' ('nmpa"'< d hy the Countess of Aber-
head by a hair. Tomorrow will be a < 'leen' The Procw«iinKK will be of a
Oklahoma Holiness Camp
Ponca City. May 3.—The Oklahoma
Holiness association began its ninth
annual camp here today, in connec
tion with the Ponca City association
Large numbers of the church mem-
bers are here for the meetings, which
will continue to May 12. William H.
Huff, I. O. Martin and Bud Robinson
are the evangelists in charge.
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.
day of execution for . the coppers,
when their jobs may be lopped off
without mercy by the police board
It is the only day when men may be
dropped from the force without a trial
or hearing of any kind, and it takes
place once in every three years—this
fateful May 4. It is known that many
men are likely to be let out tomorrow
and the department may be entirely
reorganized. Many murders and oth-
er crimes have been committed in
Kansas City withiu the last few
months and the failure of the police
to discover the perpetrators is one of
the causes of prospective changes.
A treat for particular smokers—
Aristocrat, 5c cigar. 30-10
full state character. Most of the main
buildings of the exposition have been
completed and within a few weeks
the exhibiiton may be witnessed at
its best. The fair has aroused much
discontent among a certain class of
Irishmen, who declare that it is really
an English show and that it does not
fairly represent the commercial and
artistic life of the emerald Isle.
meeting of the Imperial Council left
this morning, but enough shriners are
left at home to give the novices a
taste of desert etiquette.
Shriners Meet in Denver.
Denver. Colo., May 3.—Several hun-
dred nobles of the Mystic Shrine are
gathered In Denver today from all ov-
er the state and will hold a ceremonial
session this afternoon and evening. A
special train bearing the Colorado
delegation to Los Angeles for the
Mid-West Oratorical Contest.
Kansas City, Mo.. May 3.—An in
terstate oratorical contest for tb
championship of the middle w«st will
be held this evening at Park college
in Parkvllle, Mo Educational insti-
tutions of eleven states will be rep-
resented, including Missouri, Kansas
Nebraska Wisconsin. Michigan, Illi-
nois, Indiana, Ohio, Minnesota and
Colorado. State contests have been
held in all these states to select a
representative for tonights war of
oil Mill Plans at Hugo.
Hugo, I. T.. May 3.—W. D. Wilbur
of Paris, Texas, and associates here,
purchased thirteen acres of gronnd
one-half mile wost of the city and will
at once begin the erection of a $90,-
000 oil mill. Another Texas party is
negotiating for land here for a similar
May be Members of Canvassing or
Guthrie, Okla., May 3,-^There is no
inhibition in the constitutional conven-
tions election ordinance against candi-
dates for office being members of any
canvassing or election board. The
section of the ordinance stating to the
contrary was stricken out. Under
other circumstances Governor Frantz,
who is a candidate for governor on
the republican ticket, would have had
to resign his present office of territo-
rial governor in order to comply with
the law and the ordinance. As there
rose of Lords
BAR and CAFE
Corner of Main and
ie Wiues, Liquors
hn Garrett, Prop
In all cases do not agree,
the same light things will not
matter In hand they take (lif-
nvlctlon by argument often re-
• city's people are of one mind,
cvlng that "Mewk'a la the beat
lace to find
es high grade and meats that
ieat of eatables, right In the
eks & Go, Market
ROCERIES AND MEATS,
Supreme Chancellor Barnes and
Pres. Chas. F. S. Neal of the Insur-
ance department left this morning'
over the Katy for their Illinois homes I
Mr. Barnes is much impressed with!
Shawnee, and ever loyal to his homo'
town said last night: "I am lnfatu-|
ated with Shawnee. You have a
beautiful city here, and It reminds, has been an unavoidable delay in get-
me much of Jacksonville, 111., my ting the election ordinances printed
Vhlch is the highest compli j a number of inquiries were made to
judge could pay to any city, learn what was the conventions final
—————— j action in the matter.
A Narrow Escape.
G. W. Cloyed, a merchant of Plunk
Mo., had a narrow escape four years
ago, when he ran a Jimson bur into
his thumb. He says: "The doctor
wanted to amputate it but I would
not consent. I bought a box of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve an d that
cured the dangerous wound." 25c at
all druggists. •
Take "Her" a Box of
PERFECTION \ ■
IN CONFECTION VX /'.
The boys of Curtice Industrial
School will meet next Saturday at
2:00 p. m. at the residence of Mrs.
B. S. Stockwell, 1205 North Broadway.
Let every boy of the school be pres-
ent, as special arrangements have
been made for this meeting.
Oil Shipment to Texas.
Tulsa, I. T„ May 3.—The Prairie Oil
and Gas company hereafter will ship
oil from Red Fork to Texas, in addi-
tion to the daily shipments from the-
Glenn pool. Fifteen hundred barrels
will be shipped to Corsicana, Texas,
from Red Fork to be taken by the
large refinery there of the Security
Oil company. Ten thousand barrels
daily in several sections go from the
Glenn pool to ChalBon, where it will
be taken by another refiner of the
Security Oil company. This shipment
goes via the Midland Valley and Kan-
sas City Southern railroads.
SHE will appreciate your good taste in selecting Vassar
Chocolates. And she will appreciate the good taste of this
most delicious confection. For Vassar Chocolates are not
like ordinary chocolate candies. They really reach "Perfection
in Confection. Because they are made of the choicest and
most expensive materials. As the result you have the creami-
est. most exquisitely flavored centers encased in the richest,
sweetest chocolate—a delight to everyone who enjoys "the
sweets of life."
Vassar Chocolates are packed in the
handsomest boxes triply protected to
keep them in perfect condition.
First Published in Shawnee News,
April 24, 1907.
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors.
In the District Court of United States
for the Third Judicial District of
Oklahoma, County of Pottawatomie
In the matter of R. A. Leftwich,
Bankrupt—In Bankruptcy No 96.
To the creditors of R. A. Leftwich,
of Shawnee, In the county of Pottawa-
tomie, and district aforesaid, a bank-
Notlco is hereby given that on the
19th day of April, A. D. 1907, the said
R. A. Leftwich was duly adjudicated
bankrupt; and that the first meeting
of his creditors will be held at the
office of Joe Adams, In Shawnee, Ok-
lahoma, on the 4th day of May, A. O.
1907. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon,
at which time the said creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint
a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting
F. 8. GOODRICH.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Oklahoma City. April 23, 1907.
Kodol for Indigestion and dlspep*
sla not only digests what you eat, It
tones the stomach and adds strength
to the whole body. Makes rich,
pure blood. Kodol is made in confor-
mity with the National Pure Food
and Drug Law. Sold by C. R. Har-
To Make Timber Estimate.
Muskogee, I. T., May 3.—S. .1. Rec-
ord, an Inspector of the interior depart
ment arrived yesterday and will leave
today for the southern part of the
Choctaw nation to estimate the extent
of pine and hardwood timber on over
200,000 acres. An estimate made by
the Dawes commission was not ap-
The Life Insurance
muddle has started the public to
thinking. The wonderful success
that has met Ballard's Horehound
Syrup In its crusade on Coughs, in-
fluenza, Bronchitis and all Pulmon-
ary troubles—has started the public
to thinking of this wonderful prepa-
ration. They are all using it Join
ti e procession and down with sick-
ness. Price 26c, 50c and $1.00. Sold
by all druggists. •
At all first-class dealers—60
cents per pound.
KANSAS CITY, U.S.A.
Made in New York
NO other city disputes the pi
New York as the creating
Any man anywhere can
of Alfred Benjamin & Co.
wear the correct
Now York fashion
of to-day l y de-
manding in his
Clothes the label
It is found only in
clothes that are made by the most skilled de-
signers and ex pert craftsmen inNewYorkCity.
Correct Clothes for Men.
Exclusive Agent Here.
Johnson & Dickson
Y NKW8 8 MONTHS
EE NEWS 40c A MONTH
'HE SMOKE HOUSE.
n Early Next Week on N&rth
ew Smoke House on North
y will soon be ready for bus-
d exptcts to open up early
ik—on Monday if all the flx-
hve in time. The place is
ndsomely furnished, and will
of the most complete of its
this part of the state. The
covered with cork and llno-
ille the walls and celling are
ndsomely finished. A com-
cue rack and locker stands
•ach table, and the whole is
Shawnee Advertising Co has
Ml the Blankenship paint
nd will asume their business.
chanan Baby Is Buried.
ofant child of Mr. and Mrs.
chanan, conductor on the Rock
vas buried today from the fam-
o on Aydelotte. Rev. Wolfe
ed the last rites, after which
it was had in Fairview Ceme-
.1 a. m.
bury Taken to Tecumseh.
Bradbury, who has Just finish
Jng out a fine on the streets,
en to Tecumseh today by Dep-
riff Carr, where he will be held
arraignment. He is charged
sault on the person of a man
IUABBLE AT SULPHUR.
ars Will Go to Settle Trouble
v«r Entertaining Q. A. R.
, I. T., May 4— Colonel J. F
fill go to Sulphur on a mission
r and somewhat ludicrous. He
nander of the G. A. R. for the
atnt of Indian Territory, which
ts annual encampment in Sul-
D May 16-17.
comes the rub. Sulphur, like
another town in this wide
has its two sides, between
there is great rivalry. In Sul-
B found the east side and the
Ule, both contesting for the hon-
entertaining the veterans. The
de claims priority from the fact
has the hotels and hall, but
!Bt side has contributed liberal-
the general fund raised to de-
be expenses of the meeting and
Itled to consideration.
nel Ayars will act as arbltra-
reaching an amicable settlement
ill probability this will be the
leeting of the department of In-
rerrltory. It is the plan this
o merge the departments of In-
Terrltory and Oklahoma Into
orlsdlctlon to be known as the
tment of Oklahoma.
itlonal Bank Examiner Here.
ional Bank Examiner John M
left this morning after making
vestlgatlton of all the national
In Shawnee. Mr. Hale visits
anks about once every seven
Another New Fountain.
i Shawnee Drug Company Is In-
lg a new soda fountain. It is a
and magnificent affair that occu-
he front of the store.
FIGURE IT OUT!
OW MUCH ARE YOU SAV-
11.00 OPENS AN ACCOUNT
BANK OF COMMERCE.
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