The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 129, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1 07.
10c Per Week
To weak and ailing women, there It at least or
waj to help. But with that way, two treatment
■tut be combined. One Is local, one la constlt
ional. but both am important, both """tli
Dr. Shoop's Night Cure U the Local.
Dr. ghoop'a Restorative. the Constitutional.
The former—Dr. Shoop's Night Care—is a topical
■oonu* meuibrane -upposltory remedy, while Dr.
Iboop'a RoaUtratir« if wholly an Internal treaw
tient. The Restorative reaches throughout tbt
Mttre system. seeking the repair of all nam
til tine. and all blood ailments.
fke "Night Cure", ss Its name Implies, does Its
mxa/k while you sle p. It soothes sore and in flam-
•4 maeous surfaces, heals local weaknesses and
Bseharges. while ti.# RestomtlTS. eases narrow
adtemect. gives renewed vigor and ambition,
solids op watted tbwues. bringing about renewed
ttsagtb. vigor, and energy. Take Dr. £ hoof's
iMl orstire—Tablets or Liquid—as a general tonit
m the system For positive local help, use as wtil
~ WALLACE MANN
The Bhawnep Box Lunch Fac-
209 W. MAIN ST.
Now open for business with all
the best things of the Beason
watch por the lunch MAN
He will deliver lunches to all
offices, stores and factories at
II m. every day for the nmall
sum of 10c.
Lunches cenatat of sandwich-
es, pie, cakfi and plcUes.
Fairfield. la., May 17.—William D
Haywood, now on trial in Idaho for
the murder of ex-Governor Steurnn-
berg, is the son of a former resident
of this vity and now haa an uncle, Jas.
Messick, living here. Mr. Meusick
who is one of the most respected citi-
zens of t)he neighborhood, is confident
of his nephew's innocence and be-
lieves him to be the victim of perse-
The senior Haywood settled on a
farm near here in 1847, residing in the
vicinity for about eleven years. He
was known as a quiet, law abiding
citizen and was intensely patriotic,
his ancestors having been among the
first English settlers in this country.
After leaving here Haywood become
a mail carrier for the government, be-
ing one of the first of the riders to
ry he United States mails to Cali-
fornia. The long and hazardous trips
were made on horseback. Later Hay-
wood went to Salt Lake City, where
he married and where William D. Hay-
wood was born some forty-five years
ago. Another uncle of the Haywood
now on tral for murder was one of
the most prominent residents of Fair-
field. dying a few years ago.
IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
a big difference—whether one's teeth
are well kept or receive poor atten-
tion. This especially applies to the
fair sex, and many an otherwise pret-
ty girl is now a sour old maid who
could have been happily married had
ahe consulted a good dentist In time
Hint: Phone 1154, Shawnee Dental
Parlors, 1061-2 E. Main, before mat
terg are past mending.
Clarke's Seed Store
218 East Main 8t
CLARKE A KELLER, Prop*
We sell everything In tardea.
Held and flower seeds, alfalfa,
clover, timothy, Bermuda seed
Ribbon Can* km, Kaffir millet
iwwit potatoes tutatoea, oata,
everything In seed*.
We buy cane, Kaffir, millet
etc. We will save you money <
v <ur aoed bill.
Best grade McAlester lump coal,
16.60 per ton delivered. Roodhonse.
the coal man, 107 W Main, phone S00.
J Negro—What, Where, When and Why
I Washington, May 17.—The negro--
what is he, where did he come from,
____ | when did he originate, and what i
Dallas. Texas, May 17.—Aged suT-|he here for? These are some of the
vivors of the war with Mexico an- Ques^ons that the United States l>u-
gathered in Dallas from all parts of roau °' ethnology expects to answer
i Texas for a two days' state reunion |as a of investigations about to
Dallas citizens and business men have'undertaken Distinguished Amei-
joined with the patriotic organizations | 'can scientists will visit various por
in giving the veterans a cordial wel jtions °* Africa, exploring the inner-
come and have prepared many enter !mosl Interior of tihe dark continent in
jtainments in their honor Today l.s or<,er to study the black people8 wh«
G. N. Martin, representing the Chi the sixty-first anniversary of the cap have not yet come in contact with j
cago people who have secured the ture of Burrita by Colonel Williams civilization in any of its forms It is,
charter for an interurban railroad to while tomorrow will be the anniver- [ expected that this thorough inquiry,
connect Oklahoma City, K1 Reno and sary of the occupation of MatamoraH 'n*° the origin and racial history of
8hawnee stated yesterday in Okla-' by General Taylor, and the blockade negrro will aid greatly in arriving'
homa City that work on the line of Tampico by Commodore Connor ul a 'a,r estimate of the possibilities
would begin within 90 days. Before both of which bloodless victories oc-i0' development of the race and there
leaving last night for Chicago he made curred on the same day. without the reaching a settlement of tihe much
a contract with the Oklahoma City; firing of a shot or the loss of a single rt,8eussed "race problem" now ron
fronting this country.
Of all the races of the world, eUi
nologists know least of the African
black. Exhaustive researches hav*
been made into the origin, racial his
tory, traits, habits and character of
the white, yellow and red people. Of
the origin of the millions of negroes
Traction Co., for the use of their lines man
in entering that city, and also the use
of their terminal facilities. He goes
to Chicago to get the contract ratified.
One of the provisions of the agree
My Be*t Friend.
Alexander Benton who lives on Rur
al Route 1, Fort Edward. N. Y. gays:
ment reached is that the interurban ' Dr. King's New Discovery Is my best
people must have ten miles of track | earthly friend. It cured me of asthma
laid before the contract becomes ef 6 years ago. It haa also performed a
fective. The proposition is considered w« iderful cure of Incipient consump-|,n thl8 country nothing Is known. They
in Oklahoma City the best yet pre tion on ray son's wife. The first c°me from widely differentiated tribes
botle ended the terrible cough, and w,th different physical and Intellect
this accomplished, the other symp- ual characteristics, but beyond this
toms left one by one. until she was lheir history has never been written
perfectly well. Dr. King's New Dis- The ervant girl question is ever
covery's power over coughs and colds Prpsent in some households, while in
is simply marvelous. No other °^ers It has been solved by the
remedy has ever equaled It Fully. family turning in and doing their own
guaranteed by all druggists 60 cta. I WOI*k It i« up to some genius to In-
box of and $1.00. Trial bottle free. i vent a mechanical device to meet the
d that great demand for servant girls. This
; Church Party In Country. seems to be the only way out of the
On the occasion of the regular meet difficulty,' for the greater the demand
A Narrow Escapt.
G. W. Cloyed, a merchant ">l 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
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured the dangerous wound' 25c at
all druggists. •
"They are one of the most eco-
nomical, digestible 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
Tht ont ptrftel tod'a cracker
Fresh from the oven, f
crisp and delicious, l%y
In dust and moisture m
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
We are just in receipt of a shipment of Wash
Kaiki Silk in Black and White, Brown and
White, Plain White and Black in Stripes and
Pl;iids. These are the newest novelties in Silks
this Spring, worth everywhere 50c a yard
Pay Day Sale t*rice 39c
Also some beautiful patterns in Silk Kimona
cloth worth regular b5c per yard
Pay Day Special Price 39c
Saturday Night Banquet. J Americans in Rome.
Topeka, Kan., May 17 — Many prom Rome, May 17 —Thousands of deie
Inent men are on the program for gates from all nations of Europe and
speeches at tile twenty-fourth annual, America havi arrived here to ta\<-
banquet ot tho Saturday Night club part tomorrow in the formal openin
including United States Senator Chas. of the fifth triennial convention of the
Curtis, Chester I. Curtis and
Clarke of Galveston, Texas.
ing of the home missionary society ^row® the less the supply Is.
of the First M. E. Church Thursday,
the ladies went out in buggies to the
farm of J. R. Fitch, six miles north of
the city. A fine program was carried
out and delicious refreshments were
served. All report having a fine time.
FOR SALE—One 10*16 Chandler A
Price Gordon Jobber, Long fountain
and Stearn fixtures; perfect order;
prce $180. Double series De Vinne
and Royal Gothic, nearly new, at 1-2
price. New California Job caeee,
cheap. Pair of 7 column iteel chases
$3; Job sticks, news rack, labor sav-
ing leads and slugs, cheap. Address
Dr. 8hoop Family Medicine Company,
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. 8hoop's Magic Ointment
Please note it Is made alone for plies,
and Its action is positive and certain
Itcholng, painful, protruding or blind
piles dlssppear like magic by Its use
Large nlckle capped glass jars 60c
8old by Wallaoe Mann. •
E. O. Phelps, Wewoka, 5. T.
Complete set of butcher tools; also
refrigerator and counter; one horse
and buggy. B. C. Hansen or D. B. Cal-
6-tf | vln. Phone 844.
Do You Love
your baby? You wonder wby he
cries. Buy a bottle of white Cream
Vermifuge and he will never cry.
Most babies have worms, and the
mothers don't know It. White's
Croam Vermifuge rids the child of
worms and cleans out its system In a
pleasant way. Every mother should
kt ep a bottle of this medicine In the
house. With it, fear need never en-
ter her mind. Price 26c. Sold by
all druggists. •
Persian novelties, a handsome line,
including the latest fads In collarettes,
fan chains, hat pins, etc. Bleuer's, 111
North Broadway, 10-tf
Sunday Schools of th- World. Dele-
gates to the number of 330 arrived
on the Romanic from Boston, while
the North German IJoyd liner Neckar
brought 16ft more delegaten from New
York. Several smaller parties hav*?
also arrived from the United States
making the total number of American
delegates and visitors about 700. Near-
ly all continental countries have sent
lurger delegations than river before
and there Is every prospect that the
assemblage will be one of the greatest
of Ith kind ever held In any country.
The police pound is located at the
corner of 9th and Union, phone 915,
All stock, etc., found running at
large should be turned into this place.
D. D. Powell, pound master. 14-3t
DR. J. H. SCOTT,
Residence 520 North Beard.
Office phone 190. Rea phone 14t
Office in Wblttaker building
COMMITTEES FOR SUNDAY
A Box of Our Ice
aires 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 good and
none high priced. Our WATER ICES
are the best In town.
Fancy Individual molds. We cater
•specially to the high class trade.
SLUE RIBBON CREAM-
ERY S ICE CREAM CO.
Phone 90 or 189.
Some rare Opportuni-
ties in Real Estate
Most complete list in the city of
both city and farm property. See ub
for a complete list of prices and
terms. We can sell you both vacant
and Improved property in any part
of Shawnee at the most reasonable
prices, and on terms to suit teh pur
The following committees have
been appointed for tne State Sunday
School convention to be held in Shaw
nee, Oklahoma, August 20, 21 and
Finance—John W. Jones, chairman.
G. H. Kerfoot, W. A- Ruggles, Rev.
L. Wolfe, Fred W. Chrisner, Rev.
Qroundr—8. J. Roy, chairman, R*v
feiay, W. T. Bi elion.
Entertainment—fctcyf K. McKln
chairman, Mary* McDlvitt, Mr*.
Emma Mead, Mrs. J. H. Scott, C. W
[Johnson, Qeor^u W. .> 8itin.
j Music—A. H. Gossling. chairman.
Frank A. Truett, W. O. Dickson O. A
Streeter, W. E. Husselman.
! Press—Mrs. Hender^n chairman,
Rev. Frank L. Van Voorbis. J. C
llsherp—Archie Watson chairmiu,
Robert Yakish, W. P. Dlx Arlin Loy.
Pages—W. B. Crossan, chairman
Clyde Loy, Victor Mead, Paul Reed.
Leon Daniel, Ed Hankins, Tommie
Decoration—E. H. Dahlinger, chalr-
DRS. CARTER & WILSON.
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat
)ffice Whlttaker Bldg., Rma. 5, 6, 7, 1.
Hou.s 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee. Okla., Phone 7*4.
A mysterious bonib, tour inches in
diameter and weighing 32 pounds, was
discovered by Datjs Sparks in his
restaurant on North Broadway the
first of the week. It was on a shelf
underneath a counter in an obscure
corner. Sparks tried in vain to find
who brought it in and the more he
tried the deeper the mystery became
None of the employees of the place
know anything of the origin of the
bomb, and Sparks notified Chief, of
Police Sims this morning and It was
taken to the vault of the police sta-
tion. It ia given a birth of its own
and is handled with extreme care. A
small hole on one sido of explosive
has been inserted and then pluged. It
is a mystery to all and Its nature Is
JOSEPH KAIGH, M, D.
Chronic Pelvic, M a 1 i g-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
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
ffiTa ■ an ;f J u; I a :!.•«!
unljr ncboolIn tbu If. 8.operated by Kail- "
m ajr employwi. .Many iKlvantawnn over *
i n ot liers. Cmaloguo fre«.
Tht McMahoft-Tlgtw School, Arkansas City, Kani.
WOOD A SON
Phont 1061 No. 118 N. Ball
Shawnee, O. T.
Cleaners and Dyers.
117 1-1 East Main St. Phone 113.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. Spec-
ial attention given ladies' garments.
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'S
WHITE ROSE COMPLEXION
Amd yog will oae no otktr
Far sale at all tfrutglsta.
Pead the Daily News.
Evans Uimicah o
KEN AND WOMEN,
t W Rig « for onnMtar«>
irritation* or ulceration*
of uiurou* tuembrauM
PafDlws sod not ustrln
gnnt or poi'onoai.
Mold hy Dran'ii*'
or Ml in plain triarpsr
by nxn«M, prepaid, [ot
• I .no or 3 l>ott!'i I* 7ft
Circular rent ou renueat
CARPENTER & CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A KPRC1ALTY
10c week 4OC month.
'man. Frank Woods, E. A. Bradford,' perfectly candid with a fellow of that
J. S. BURNETT,
Agent for the Rlchardson-Qay Oil Co
"Yes," snld Miss Pnssay, "he's an Indigent company office tooth of
awfully InqnMtive bore lie was try- island, other side of Tladact on
ing to find <nit my ago the other day,
60 I just up and told hlni I was fifty.
That settled him." "Well," replied
Miss Peppery, "I gnesa it Is I L-st to l>e
P. O. Box 773
Shop 239 N. Hell
310 S. Dixon
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phon« 808 206 East Main
Robert Wood, Ulah Basham, Ralph
Reed Rollie Ephland, Rev. Adams.
Reception—A. E. Kennedy, chair
man. Rev. F. A- Colwell. Mra. Vallle
McKee, Miss Jim Dickson, Miss
Grace Robertson, Miss Bloota Egger-
man. Miss Zoe Kennedy, Mrs. 8tan -
bury, Rev. 8 A. Fulton, Rev. Savage
The above named committees will
meet at the M. K. church Monday ev-
ening, April 29, at which time Mr
Many birds have the trick of tnm
bllng along on the ground ahead of
a sportsmau in order to draw him
away from their nests.
Office phone 124, residence 111
Office 212 N. Broadway.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
toners! Storsgs, Crating and Packing.
The Life Insurance
muddle has started the public to
thinking. The wonderful success
that has met Ballard's Horehound
Symp In Its crusade on Coughs, In-
Rogers, state secretary, will be here fluenza. Bronchitis and all Pulmon
and will assist in laying plans for this j ary troubles—has started the public
great convention. We desire to have, to thinking of this wonderful prepa-
all the committees present and all | ration. They are all using It. Join
other Sunday school workers also. 11' 0 procession and down with sick-
F. B. REED Iness. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00. Sold
Pres. State Asoclatlon. 'by all Irugglsts. •
Fine Job Printing
Many New Styles of
Type Just Received.
Corner *1*/n and Philadelphia
Price 25 Unt* ^
i LW A jt 0'
JI5 Ctart'oni Si. vliicajo.
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
Office and residence 126 l-l
Broadway. Phone 438.
Rta Phone 36. Office phone 686
OR. C. C. VOUMANS,
Whlttaker Bldg. Hhawuea. Okla.
DR. CHAS. D. BALL
All chronic ailments a specialty SI-
flee over Roy Jenkln*', corner Mala
and Broadway. Examination fre* .1
office. Shawnee, Okla. Phone *M
OTar Mann a Drug Store. Phone 114
B. P. HARRISON
BRICK AND STONE WORK
1613 North BrO'tfway
WILLIAM H. DO DOE,
Collection*. Commercial Law, Con
Teyanclng. All luatmment, of writing!
accurately drawn and acknowledge j
menta taken. Office, room IS orer I
First National Bank.
When you want your ^
lawn mowers sharp-
ened or repaired and (
all other repairing. s i
101 N. Philadelphia.
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Office phone 197, residence phone 1122
Q. E. TABLER
Contractor and Piasttror
Corner Utb and Klmberljr Ifttraet
S. M. Gloyd
4 and Satisfaction.
\ H. I:. Jacobs, Mgr.
Mrs. Clara White
224 West Main, Opposite
Phone R43 20*? 8. Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy. Prop.
Will do work in any part of city
Call me by phone, llecomineuded b>
3 MONTHS SI
WE WRITE AT
AND LIVE STOCK
SEE US BEFORE PLACING VOUR
Nelsoi-Daan Insurance Co.
Wken dowa te n don't forget
Next to Longmlre-Draper.
r. ■. DUNN, Pre*.
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