The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 123, Ed. 1 Friday, May 10, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1907.
4-Oc Per Month
N Y.. where he was born.
f tn In the h- ad—pain anjrwhere. hM itt caa
in t oon*e*tiou. pain is blood pre«iure—noihi
• Moallj. At least, so says Dr. 8hoop. and
It he has created a little pink tablet. Tb
tat—<*llod Dr. Sboop's Heartache Table#
ixes blood pressure away from pain cenu
®flect 1 h charm In*, pleasing If dell gbtful. Gent
mib safely. It sur*ly eQualiaes the blood dx
II yoa have a headache. It's blood pressure.
If tfs painful periods with women, same cau
If roa are sleepless, restless, nervous. It's bio
nf" tvPressure. That sorely is
rtalntr. for Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets rt
la 10 minutes, and the tablets simply distrlbo
• annatural blood pressure.
bruise your Unger, and doesn't It get red. a
♦1L and pain youT Of course It does. It's M
■Uoo. blood pressure. You'll find It whet* m
•always. It's simply Common Sense.
We aall at 25 oenta, and cheerfully r acorn av
The Bhawfiee Box Lunch Fac-
209 W. MAIN ST.
New open for business with all
the best things of the session
WATCH FOH TIC LUNCH **
He will deliver lunches to all
offlces, stores and factories at
12 m. every day for the small
sum of 10c.
Lunches consiBt of sandwich-
es, pie, cake and pickles
There's more real food substance
in ordinary soda crackers than in
any other wheat food —which
means more sustenance tor tne
is the only toim in which soda
crackers should ever reach your
table. The dust tight, moisture
proof package bringing all their
goodness to you intact.
national biscuit company
Boise. Id., May 10.—One of tli
horrible narratives of crime In the his-
tory of the world Is I hat contained In
the confession alleged to have been
made to Detective Janus McPart-
land by Harry Orchard, which forms
mere youth he assaulted his brother |
with a pitchfork, Inflicting serious in-
juries. Running away front home, he
I proceeded to a small town In northern :
! Michigan, where ho secured employ-1
ment In :i (acton. The plant whs
burned and Orchard was accused "t
most the crime. Ho lied to Canada, tuul I
finally made his way to the Coeur d ■
Alene mountains in northern Idaho, j
where he engaged in mining. At the
time of the strike In 1899 he was iinj
eighth owner of the Hercules mine at |
the basis of the prosecution of Wil-IBurke. Following the explosion in
Ham Haywood and other officials of! th, Bunker Hill and Sullivan mine
the Western Federation of Miners. A. In which Orchard was alleged
IMS 0« IS
cording to his own story, Orchard was
a professional assassin, who hired
himself out by the day to slaughter
human beings. In addition to the
killing of former Governor Frank
Steunenberg, Orchard Is alleged to
have admitted the commission of 25
murders In Colorado, and to ha\ en-
gineered the explosion of the railroad
station In Independence, Colo., where-
by 17 miners were killed and over
20 injured. Nearly nil of these crimes,
Orchard asserts, were committed at
the Instigation of tin "Inner circle"
of the Western Federation of Miners
Hither Orchard Is the greatest assas-
sin unhung, or the prince of liars.
Haywood, Moyer and Pettlbone, ac-
cording to the Orchard confession,
constituted the "inner circle" of assas-
SHAWNEE DENTAL PARLORS
10( E. Main street, over Hlckey Brae.
Phone No. 1164.
Pwtellan Crowns - •
Bridge Work - - • ,
Gow Finings 7. 11-00 up
Silver Fillings BOc up
All work guaranteed.
one No. 1154.
°s;: $3 TO $5
Clarke's Seed Store
218 East Mala Bt
CLARKE A KELLER, Prop..
We ell everything In garden,
field and lower eed , alfalfa,
clover, timothy, Bermuda seed
Rlhbon Cane seea, Kaffir millet
•weet potatoes potatoes, oata,
everything In seeds.
We buy cane, Kaffir, millet
etc. We will ave you money on
your seed bill.
Holdenville, I. T., May 10.—F. Wood
ward, of Warren, met his death near
Holdenville )n a shocking manner. He
was one of a gang of railroad laborers
that had finished erecting a bank near
Henryetta. The gang was enroute to
Stuart I. T. Woodward was under
the Influence of liquor and on reach*
Ing Holdenville where the men had
to change trains, he got confused and
swung onto the rear platform of a
it rain going in the opposite direction
to his destination. He sprawled him-
I self out on the platform and the flag
men discovering him there when the
train was two miles out of town, had
the train stopped and Woodward put
off It is supposed that in his Intox-
icated condition he lay across the
track as a freight train following close
behind the passenger ran over him be
fore the engineer could stop.
The head, both feet and both hands
were amputated. The freight crew
took the mangled corpse on to 'S eager
where It Is being held until relatives
can be communicated with. 1 here
were no letters or papers found on the
bodv, only a pocket knife and a dltne.
The body was Identified by some rail
road men and the fact that the let-
ters "F, W." tattoed on the rght fore
arm bears out the Identification
Woodward has no relatives or near
friends in this section.
Ardmore, I. T., May 10,-That the
gerrymander of the new state prepar
ed by the constitutional convention
Is absolutely unjust and "vicious" is
the confession of Delegate Geore Hen-
shaw of Madill to a number of friendB
In the lobby of a local hotel here to-
"I hope the constitutional conven-
tion will meet again," said Mr. Hen-
shaw. "I consider the constitution a
'crackerjack' with a few exceptions,
for Instance the gerrymander Is vic-
ious. We know it Is an unfair rep-
resentative apportionment and
should correct it before we force the
•Big Stick' to do it. Logan county
should have at least another repres-
entative and a number of the repres-
entatives allowed the southern part
of the new state should be given to
the northern part.
"I am very much displeased ovei
his failure to file the original copy of
the constitution with Secretary Filson
and I am doing as much as possible
along with other delegates to get him
to do it."
Involved, he was forced to leave tin
state and went to Butte, Mont. Here ^
he was 111 for some time as the result j
of the hardships undergone In "Steun-
•nberg's bullpen," and wns forced to
loll his Interest in the Hercules prop 1
rty. He received $500 for his shar-
which Is now estimated to be worth
several million dollars. Some Boise
people believe that tills led to Or-
chard's bitter hatred of Steunenberg.
According to this theory, which Is held
by thousands of union men, Orchard's
confession Implicating Moyer, Hny-
wood and Pettlbone was an iiTter
thought and was made as a result or
Influences brought to bear by those In-
terested In the disruption of the un-
ion. Many Boise people believe that
Orchard was promised Immunity In
sins in the Western Federation. They return for his confession involving the
hired Mm at times by the day and at labor leaders and that he will never be
others for the job. The Steunenberg j brought to trial for his crimes by the
murder declares Orchard, was In the Idaho or Colorado officials.
latter category, R80n having been! After leaving Idaho, says Orchard
agreed upon as the price for his ser-jtn his statement, he went to Nevada,
vices. The rendezvous of the "inner California and Utah b, fore
circle" was in the outskirts of Den- Ing to Colorado, where he alleges he
ver where the plans were alleged to formed his blood pact with the Inner
have been made and Instructions Is- circle." He arrived In Cripple Creek
r to the assassin for carrying out | in ,90, sho,,y
the orders of the "Inner circle." Upon "war" broke out.
In 1903 he married
several occasions, Orchard"'declares, j a Mrs. Tony, a widow residing at In^
Moyer Haywood and Pettlbone went I dependence, who had several thousand
with him to the prairies north of Den-'dollars left, by her former husband
ver where thev experimented with | Orchard admits having spent this in
dynamite and various forms of explo-!dissipation, as well as the large sums
sl'ves Newspaper correspondents who he received from the Inner circle |
1VE it food that will not irritate or
J retard the performance of its natural
functions, and it will reciprocate in a " \y
agreeable and comforting.
No single ingredient contributes ^o
largely toward wholesome, nourishing,
agreeable food as Royal Baking Powder.
Royal Baking Powder's active ingie-
dient, Grape Cream of Tartar, is the
most healthful of the fruit products.
This is why Royal Baking Powder
makes the food finer, lighter, more appe-
tizing and anti-dyspeptic, a friend to the
stomach and good health.
Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum
"The use of alum and salts of alumina in
food should be PROHIBITED. The con-
stant use of alum compounds exer ts a
deleterious effect upon the digestive
organs and an irritation of the internal
organs after absorption.
"EDWARD S. WOOD, M TJ.
• •Professor of Chemistry
••Harvard Medical School. Bostoi./5
BOVAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW VP""
have Investigated these stories of Or
chard's association with the labor
leaders have been wholly unable to
discover a shred of verification and
many believe them to be fabrications.
According to Orchard's confession,
The 25 murders Orchard Is alleged to
have committed in Colorado are detail-
ed with great minuteness. Severnl of
the murderous attempts failed of their
purpose. Chief Justice Goddard of
Denver Is said to have been one of
of the "Inner circle." A bomb, pow-
erful enough to have wrecked the en
tire neighborhood, was dug up In
front of Goddard's residence, where
Orchard confessed to have planted It
According to urcm.u- - _ eight months before, according to De
his career of crime began In Utica - the men who escape,1 the vengeance MrPartlan(1. prominent chem
ists brand McPartland's story as
fake, declaring that the elements of
which the bomb was composed would
ertainly have exploded spontaneously
after a short time in the ground. The
testimony of the chemists will be ad-
duced at the trial.
OR. J. H. SCOTT,
Residence 320 North Beard.
Offlce phone 1 0. Res. phone 14*
OBce In Whlttaker bulldlmf.
A Box of Our Ice
Gives unalloyed pleasure. Contains
nothing injurious, PURE AND DE-
LICIOUS. Made from fine country
cream by skilled hands. Rich and
delightful. Many kinds and many fla-
vors for many tastes. All eood ^
none high priced. Our WATER ICES
are the best In town.
Fancy Individual molds. We cater
especially to the high class trade.
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
t1 q procession and down with sick-
ness Price 25c, 50c and *1.00. Sold
by all Irugglsts.
If you suffer from rheumatism
pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment
will bring quick relief. It Is a sure
cure for Sprains, Rheumatism, Con
traded Muscles an dall pains—and
within the reach of all. Price 26c
50c and $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tena
ha, Texts, writes: I have uBed Bal
lard's Snow Lnlment In my family for
years and have found It a line remedy
for all apins and aches. I recommend
It for pains In the chest." Sold by
Give us a trial with your cleaning
and pressing. We press your clothes
In the smartest styles.
LOOK NEAT CLUB, PHONE 926
Room 20 Beard, Kennedy & Wheeler
DRS. CARTER & WILSON.
Bye, Rar, Now and Throat
Offlce Whlttaker Bldg., Rma. I, *, *
Hou.s 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee, Okla.. Phone T*4.
DR. T. E. EVANS
Offlce Pottawatomie Bldg.
Over Maun Dnt* Store
Residence Ml N. Beard
jfflce phome **« Residence phone 74
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
Office and residence 125 1-2 North
Broadway. Phone 438.
OR. CHAS. D. BALL
All chronic aitmenta a specialty. 0t
flee over Roy Jenkins', corner Mala
and Broadway. Examination free *«
offlce. Shawnee, Okla. Phone SI 4.
S. P. ROSE,
Specialist on all allmenta of reet
Jeg and Muscles. Offlce at Ha*er'«
Barn, 116-11* Unloa avenne. Shaw-
Rea. Phone 36.
Office phone 585.
m. F. HARRISON
DR. C. C. YOUMANS, I BRICK AND STONE WORK
1S13 Nert'i BreMway
. ftuboolln tbe It. S.oi«ratC-
L) ,'! -. MunyulTBHtiMlo*
i!M K.n.h.n-T.rt. SrtMt. CitT-, I *• 1t
Over Mann's Drug Store. Phone 2*4
L. C. MILLS
BLUE RIBBON CREAM
ERY & ICE CREAM GO.
phone 90 or 189.
Prof. T, W. B. Everhart Retained by
Enid, Ok., May 10.—T. W. B. Ever-
hart. superintendent of schools for
Enid has been reelected for the next
Mr. Everhart came here from Illinois
a year ago and has done very satisfac-
tory work. At the first meeting of
the new school board Tuesday It was
decided to build two new ward schools
this summer at a cost of *20,000 each,
and additions of four rooms each to
three already built.
Garfield to Know More About Game
Muskogee, I. T., May 10.—R. G Bal
entlne, fcrivate secretary to Francis E
Leupp, commissioner of Indian affairs
Is In the city for the purpose of con
ferring with the Indian Territory of
flclals, In order that the department
of the interior may be brought Into
closer relations with the business
transacted in Indian Territory.
Mrs. Bailentlne is with Mr Balen-
tine and together they will tour the
territory, gathering information that
will be of material beneflt to the de-
JOSEPH HAIGH, M, 0.
Chronic Pelvic, Malig-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
Some rare Opportune
ties in Real Estate
Most complete list ln the clty ot
both city and farm property See us
for a complete list of prices and
terms. We can sell you both vacant
WOOD A SON
Phone 1061 No- 118 N B#"
Shawnee, O. T.
Cleaners and Dyers.
117 1-2 East Main St. Phone 113
Satisfactory work guaranteed. Spec-
ial attention given ladles' garments
DR. O. H. SANBORN
Over Oklahoma National Bask. Of-
fice hour. * to 11 :*0 to * Phone
residence *J, offlce ***■
50 Per Cent Gain In 1905.
Our purchases of Dr. Mondenhal''s
Chill and Fev. r Cure In 1905 were 60
per cent more than In 1904. The
frequency of our orders indicate It
one of the staple Chill Remedies. J.
S Menell Drug Co., Wholesale Drug-
gists. St. Louis, Mo. Sold by C. R-
If You Don't.
succeed the first time use Herbine
and you will get Instant relief. The
greatest liver regulator. A positive
cure for constipation. Dyspepsia, Ma-
laria, Chills and all liver complaints.
Mr. r—, of Emory, Texas, writes:
'My wife has been using Herbine for
herself and children for five years
It Is a sure cure for constipation and
malaria fever, which Is substantiated
by what It has done for my family."
Sold by all druggists.
About Muskogee's Property.
Xluskoge. I, T„ May 10,-The sec-
retary of the Muskogee commercial
terms. We can sen ciub, Baxter Brown is preparing ad-
and Improved property ln any P®Jt, vertiBing matter of the elub wt|1' 1. r'tlon of M,morlal
of Shawnee at the most reasonable | ^ he alatrl,)uted all over the east. | was deemed a desecration of
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'S
WHITE ROSE COMPLEXION
A < yon will n«e no other.
Per sals at all imiglsta.
WILLIAM H. DOOQE.
Collectloaa, Commercial Law, Con-
veyancing. All lnstmmenta at writing
accurately drawn and acknowledge-
ments taken Offlce, room II over
First National Bank.
MEN 4.HD WOMfN
J hf Hig «« for unnatural
dlscliftr .'«.8,inflftniU' tion«.
liriUtious or ulceration*
nuciurr «.f morons nifinbrsuM
rrlT,iis raaUftsa. PainlMt Sli'i not Mtrin-
EvansChemicalCo. fit or rot onoua.
, CIKlltMTI.Ojm <•' "'""I"*;,
A or wni Jn plain wrapper
npfPM. prepaid, lor
il 00. or 8 tottt' S2 75.
Circular ..ill M"
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Offlce phone 197, residence phone 1122
J. S. BURNETT,
Agent for the Rlchardaon<}ay Oil Co
Indigent company offlce sonth of
Rock Island, other aide of viaduct on
Bell street. *"lr
CARPENTBB t, CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY
a. E. TABLER
Contractor and Piaster or
Corner 11th and Klmberlj Btreet
P. o. Box 773
SbopW9 N. Hell
310 S. Dixon
Phone *43 '• 0 Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy, Prop.
Will do work In any part of city
Call me by phone. Recommended by
prices, and on terms to suit teh pur-
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 308 *«« FA,t Ma,n
Republicans Change Convention Date.
Tulsa, I. T.. May 10.—The date jf
the third congressional republican
convention has been made one d.ty
later and will meet on May 31 Th«
change was made out of respect to
the G. A. R, which protested ot wha*.
Among the interesting things set|Day
forth will be the fact that Muskogee s
property for 1906, had an assessed val-
uation of over eleven million dollars.
Have just received a nice line of
Stetson Hats of the latest styles, L.
C. Bis too A Oo.
No other remedy on earth Is so
good for children ss Hollister^ Rocky
Mountain Tea; makes them eat. sleep
and grow. Bright eyes, rt y cheeks
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Shawnee
Offlce phone 1*4, residence *14.
Offlce *12 N. Bresdway.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
lenersl Storagi, Crating and Peeking.
. — price 25 gm
315 St.. Chicago
Rocky it li T: a flnggefc
When you want your
lawn mowers sharp-
ened or repaired and
all other repairing.
101 N. Philadelphia.
WE WRITE AT
AND LIVE 8TOCK
SEE US BEFORE PLACING YOUR
Nelson-Dean Insurance Co.
s. M. Gloyd
Mrs. Clara White
Satisfaction Guaranteed v ...
224 West Main, Opposite \ H. E. Jacobs, Mgr. ;;
Bottling Works. * -
, w.,-- u'taM'j Hr
3 MONTHS $11
When down ttr.n don't torfet
No. 5 West Main
P. B. DUNN, Wrep.
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