The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 131, Ed. 1 Monday, May 20, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News
MONDAY, MAY 20, 1907.
3 Months $1.00
Vfeto In the h"ad—pain anywhere, baa Its oaa
la teeotifert on. pain U blood preMura—nothl
• osnally At Wat. *o aaya Dr. 8hoop. and
*• It he haa created a little pink tablet. Th
i rail 1 Dr. Sboop'a Headache Tabli*
ixea blood pressure away from pain cent*
•Beet ischarmlnff, pleaalnrlydelightful Gent
KUrh aaiely. it surely aqualises the blood dr
II yot have a headache. It's blood preaanra.
H If t painful poriods with women, aaine can
■ yon are sleepless, restl« ss. n rvoua. tt'a bio
fBgHKion—bliH>d pressure. That aureiy Is
vtalniy. for Dr. Shoop'a Headache Tablets M
ta S mlnutna. and the tablets simply diatrlbv
• annatural blood pressure.
Braise your finger, and doesn't it get red, a
all. and pain youT Of course it does. It's M
■tton. blood pressure. You'll find it where m
—alwaya It's simply Common Sense.
' Ve aall at 26 oenu. and cheerfully
I BOX LUNCH \
? Thp Shawnee Box Lunch Fac-
209 W. MAIN ST.
Now open for business with all
the best things ®f the season.
WATCH l:OR TIC LUNCH MAN
He will deliver lunches to all
oflces, stores and factories at
12 m. every day for the small
sum of 10c.
Lunches consist of sandwich
ea, pie, cake and pickles
Physicians apree that
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
is a most healthful, noun
ishing and sustaining bev
erage, richer in food valiMt
than other beers.
The Pabst Eight-Dav Malt*
ing Process secures all of th*
nutriment in the barley-grab^
which the Pabst Perfect Brew-
ing Process transmits to tht
beer in pre-digested form.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Be«.
rich in malt and tonic pro|^
erties of hops, makes as
ideal drink at meals or bfe
tween meals, aiding diga^
tion and soothing nerval
The Ruemmeli-Rraun Co.,
(R. F. Witherspoon, Mgr.)
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
alhe consulted a good dentist In time.
Hint: Phone 1154, Shawnee Dental
Parlors, 106 1-2 E. Main, before mat
tore are past mending.
Amarillo, May 20.—Deputy Sheriff
Earle Thompson of Horace, Hutchin-
son county, was here last week In the
course of his search for Will Yak**
Jiis brother-in-law. who disappeared
last Sunday. Yake is 28 years of age
unmarried and lived with his father
on a ranch in Hutchinson county.
Last Sunday he left the home ranch
rdilng horseback to round up some
catlle and go to Thompson's, threo
miles away. H«* has never been seen
since, and no trace whatever can be
found of either horse or rider, although
men have scoured the country thor-
oughly in search of him. He was of
sound mind and body, had no enemies,
and no cause can be assigned for the
mysterious disappearance save by
some accident which has yet been un-
Washington, May 20.—President
Roosevelt intends if possible to make
a three or four days' trip next fall
down the Mississippi River from some
point in Middle Illinois or Iowa to Mis-
sissippi. The trip wi'l, if made, be
with the member* of the Inland Wa-
terways Commission, of which Repre-
sentative Burton of Ohio is chairman
and who, like the President, will be
the guest of the lakes to the Gulf
Deep Water Association.
President Roosevelt will leave his
summer home at Oyster Bay in time-
to be at Canton to attend the dedica-
tion of the McKinley monument, Sept.
10, and the voyage down the Missis-
sippi River, will, if nothing prevent*,
immediately follow that event. The
President has been strongly urged to
make the trip because of the oppot-
tunity it will offord to acquaint him
self personally with the Importance
of the work the Inland Waterways
Commission has in hand. Recently he
received an urgent invitation to do so
from a number of governors in va-
rious parts of the country. Respon
sive to the invitations from the Stat<*
Executives, the president has sent to
each one an indentical letter promis-
ing to mak^ the trip outlined unless
something unforseen occurs to cause
him to alter his plans.
Talk about your breakfast foods,
A thousand you can see;
I wouldn't have them as a gift;
I'd have Rocky Mountain Tea.
• Shawnee DrugCo
Clarke's Seed Store
218 Bast Mala Bt
CLARKE 4 KELLER, Props.
Ws ssll everything In gardea,
field and lower seeds, alfalfa,
clover, timothy, Bermuda aead
R'bbon Cans veed. Kaffir millet
sweet potatoes, votatoes, oats
everything In seeds.
We buy cane, Kaffir, millet
etc. We will save you moaey on
voUr seed bill.
Two Mbre Charges Filed.
Joplin, Mo., May 20.—Following the
failure of the Jury to agree, Prosecut-
ing Attorney Compton filed two infor-
mations charging George W. Layne,
president of the defunct Jop'in Sav-
ings hank, with grand larceny.
Anna Mary Seibel, who claims to
have deposited $2,338 in Layne's bank
two days prior to its failure and Mrs.
George Hastinbs, who claims to hav«*
deposited $10 the same day, are the
prosecuting witnesses. Layne gav
$5,000 bond in each case tonight.
Layne was on trial all week charged
with grand larceny. The jury stool
seven for conviction and five for ao
THE TEXAS WONDER.
Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheu
matic Troubles; sold by all druggists
A two months treatment by mall for
$1. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street
| St. Louis, Mo Send for testlmon
A Box of Our Ice
Ladles Will Entertain.
The ladies of the Hawthorne Club
• will entertain their husbands at the
j home of Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rowland
next Friday evenng
Call at our store please for a
free sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health
Coffee." If real coffee disturbs your
Stomach, your Heart, or Kidneys,
then try this Clever Coffee Imitation.
While Dr. Shoop has very closely
matched Old Java and Mocha Coffee
In flavor and taste, yet lie has not
even a single grain of real coffee
in it. Dr. Shoop'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. •
Arrest of Train Wrecker.
Newkirk. Okla., May 20.—Officer*
here arrested a man in the Santa Fe
yards who is believed to be a train
wrecker. He had extinguished a
switch light and had thrown the
switch. The Santa Fes northbound
train wns due to pass in less than
half an hour and the switch Is at a
point where the train usua'ly gets at
high rate of speed. The man car-
ried meal tickes from different towns
in the east and middle west and had
two switch keys in his pocket. He is
being held pending an investigation.
Every clement necessary for the
development of bodily vigor and
endurance is found in correct pro
portion in the soda cracker
is the perfect soda cracker, fresh,
clean, wholesome, with all the
flaky goodness preserved.
In dust tight.
moisture proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COM PANT
Ret. Phone 36
DR. J. H. SCOTT,
Resldeace S20 North Beard.
Office phone 190. Res. phone 14S
Office in Whlttaker building
DRS. CARTER A WILSON.
Bye. ftar, Noee and Throat.
)fflce Whlttaker Bldg., Rma. I, 6, 7, \
Hou.s 9 to 12 a. m„ 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee. Okla., Phone 7#4
JOSEPH HAIGH, M. 0,
Chronic Pelvic, Malig-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
S. M. Gloyd |
IX'MIIKK D1SALER T
SPECIALTIES: Promptness 1
and SAiisfftCtiOQ. i
\ H. I:. Jacobs, Mgr. |
The Life Insurance
muddle has started the public ta
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
V e procession and down with sick-
ness. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00. Sold
by all Iruggists. •
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
MRS. W. C. JACKSON'S
WHITt ROSE COMPLEXION
And yon will nae no otfc*r
Far sale at all druggists.
J. S. BURNETT,
| Agent for the Rlchardaoa-Oay Otl Co
Indigent company office aoath of
Rock Island, other side of viadact on
Bell street Hm
Office phone 124, residence 114
Office f 12 N. Broadway.
SHAWNEE TRANSFtR CO.
leneral Storage, Crating and Peeking
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
residence 126 1-2 North
Broadway. Phone 438.
Office phone 686
DR. C. C. YOUMANS,
ran Pir « fm
Irritation* or ult"
of in u COUI n *:r.br*u<-
■ fNUtlM. Pninlmia and not at?
"iEVINSfHFMjCAlCO^ sent or poisonous.
Hold by IVruggU a
[ r sent In plain v irv
hy #xpr*M. prepa 1
! 00. or 3 l-ott' I. '
Circular lent ou rnu#a
CARPCinTBK & CONTRACTOR
JOIl WORK A KPRCIALTY
P. O. llox 773
Shop 229 N. BeU
310 S. Dixon
pr.c: 25 Cent
. V ' f
" ■ -* c
Rocky f* i
John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
Mr. John Davidson Rockefeller, Jr..
is the eldest son of the Standard Oil
king and was born in 1877. He is a
graduate of Brown University and
married, in 1901, Miss Abby Green
Aldrich. He is now a trustee of the
University of Chicago. He is active In
the management of the Standard Oil
Ham Rockefeller, is president. John
D. Rockefeller, Jr^ has attracted much
newspaper comment through his act-
ive work as a leader of a very large
Hib'e class in a New York city church.
He has a son who has been named
John D. Rockefeller III., and who wilr
be the principal heir to the hundreds
of millions which will be left by the
Over Mann s Drug Store. Phone 214
WILLIAM H. DODGE,
Collections, Commercial Law, Con-
veyancing. All Instrument! of writing
accurately drawn and acknowledge-
ments taken. Office, room It over
First National Bank.
company, of which his uncle, Mr. Wil 'chief of the Rockefeller family.
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 good and
aone high priced. Our WATER ICES
are the best in town.
Fancy individual molds. We cater
especially to the high class trade.
marvelous preparation containing
the constituent elements of life, Hoi
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea cures
when all else has failed. 35 cents
Tea or Tablets. Shawnee Co. •
BLUE RIBBON CREAM-
ERY 8 ICE CREAM CO.
Phone 90 or 189.
Some rare Opportuni-
ties in Real Estate
Host complete Ult In the cltj of
both city and (arm property. See na
(or a complete llat of prlcee an*
terme. We can Mil you both racaat
and Improved property In any part
cf Shawnee at the moat reasonable
prlcee, and on terms to suit teh pur-
Real Estate, Loans and (nsuiance
Phone 308 103 Bast Main
Decided Against Claimants.
Ardmore. I. T., May 20.—The Bet-
tie Llgon citizenship case. Involving
the rights of 2,000 claimants and af-
fecting the title to property valued at
120.000.000, was decided against the
claimant, who whb seeking citizenship
by Judge Townsend in the Uniten
The court held that the claimant
hail no power to interfere with the
federal government in the determina-
tion of citizenship cases.
A. F. & A. M.
Shawnee Lodge No. 27 A. F. & A. M.
will hold a regular communication in
Masonic Hall, Whlttaker Building, on
Monday evening, May 20, at 8 p. m.
Visltng brethren welcome. 1
'• S. H. LESTER, Master.
H. G. NEWCOMB, Secy.
No other remedy on earth is so
good for children as Hollister'!! Rocky
Mountain Tea; makes them eat, sleep
and grow. Bright eyes, ro«y cheeks
8G cents, Tea or Tablets. Shawnee
Drug Co. •
FOR SALE—One 10x16 Chandler A
Price Gordon Jobber, Long fountain
and Steam fixtures; perfect order;
prce (180. Double series De Vlnne
and Royal Gothic, nearly new, at 1-g
price. New California Job case*,
cheap Pair of 7 column «teel chasea,
<3; job sticks, newa rack, labor tar-
ing leads and slugs, cheap. Address
E. G. Phelps, Wewoka, !. T. 5-tf
Complete set of batcher tools; alio
refrigerator and counter; one borse
and buggy. B. C. Hansen or D. B Cal-
vin. Phone 844. 18-tf
For a cold or a cough take Kenne-
dy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It con-
tains no opiates and gently moves the
bowelB, thereby driving the cold en-
tirely from the system. Conforms to
the National Pure Food and Drug
Law. Sold by C. R. Harryman. •
Willing to Trust Him.
St. Joseph, oM., May 20.—Officials
of the Wyeth Hardware and Manu-
facturing Company telegraphed the
stale officials at Terre Haute, Ind.,
they would sign any bond required for
the release of W. F. Stierhein, alias
Francis W. Slade, arrested here on
warrant Ave years old, charging him
with embezzlement while a resident of
Stierhein had reformed and It ts
expected he will be released and will
return to St. Joseph as uperintendent
of the Wyeth factory, a position he
held five years under an assumed
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Office phone 197, residence phone 1122
Guthrie, Okla., May 20.—Several of
the republicans Who have been in
Washington for the past ten days re-
turned to the city yesterday.
Among the first to arrive was J.
R. Cottingham. Mr. Cottingham con-
siders that the principal result of the
PASTURES TO BE DRY
Guthrie, O. T., May 20.—United
States Marshal John Abernathy sent
instructions to officers to arrest alt
persons in the "Big Pasture" who aro
engaged In the sale of intoxicating
Prohibition will be enforced .under
the congressional act by which the
new country was opened for settle-
ment and by which towns were au
thorized to be established in the "Big
This will be a bomb shell in the
camp of a large number of saloon trip aside from the consultation with
men who have gone into the new coun-1 national leaders regarding speakers
try since the opening a few months1 and such matters peitaining to
ago. Orders from the marshals ot future plan of campaign in the new
fice are to keep liquor out of the "Bik-; state, was the getting together of OR-
Pasture" country after the present1 lahoma and Indian Territory leaders
dealers have been put out of busi- regarding the policy to be pursued
and the giving of assurances to east-
ern republicans that the next enabling
act, if the constitution fails, will in-
clude both territories.
Mr. Cottingham expressed him-
self as confident that Mr. Taft will
apture the Oklahoma delegation.
While none of the delegation wil
admit it there is a belief here to the
ffect that the Oklahomang were call-
ed to Washington in the interest of
Taft's candidacy and that their con-
version to the belief in the advisa-
bility of nominating a state ticket
results from the fact that if a ticket
is named with Frantz at its head, he
will probably be allowed to name the
state chairman. This would place
the organization in the hands of
a E. TABLER
Contractor and Plsattrer
Corner Uth aad Klmberly Strait
Pead the Daily News.
10c week 4OC month.
r ticbiiolln the 17. H. by Ka!!-
onuiluyooh. Many advanUgeM ovt-r
• brrs. Catalogue fro®.
1 School, Arkami City, KaM.
L. C. MILLS
When yon want your
lawn mowers sharp-
|) eued or repaired and
all other repairing.
101 N. Philadelphia.
WE WHITE AT
DR. CHAt. D. BALL
All chronic ailments s specialty €>f
flee over Roy Jenkins', corner Mail
and Broadway. Examination free at
office, Shawnee, Okla. Phone €14
V. F. HARRISON
BRICK AND STONE WORK
1C10 North Bro tway
WOOD A SON
Pbon. 1061 No. 118 N. Ball
Shawnee, O. T.
AND LIVE STOCK
Pain caused by bolla, cats, scalds,
and skin diseases Is promptly re-
ller-id by DeWltt's Carbollzed Wltcb
Haxel SalTe Oood (or piles. C. R
Senator Pleads for Roosevelt.
Washington, May 20.—Senator Jon-
athan Bourne of Oregon at whose din-
ner It 1b suspected that the "five mil-
lion dollar conspiracy" against Presi-
dent Roosevelt wan uncovered, In an
Interview pleads for another term for
the president. The interview consist-
ed of reasons why the president bad
no right to say he would not serve
Wonderful Eczema Cure.
"Our little boy had eczema for Ave
years." writes N. A. Adams, Henri-
etta, Pa. "Two of our home doc'ora
said the case was hopeleas, his lungs
being affected. We then employed
•ther doctor* but no heneflt resulted.
By chaice we read about Electric
Bitters: bought a bottle and soon
noticed Improvement. We continue
this medicine until several bottles
were used, whea onr boy was com-
pletely cured." Best of all hlovl
Medicines aad body building health
•teres. SOc. •
Taft's friends . where
might not be.
Woman's Council Rally.
The Woman'i Council will hold a
rally in City Hall on the evening of
May 21. Everybody Is Invited. The
members of the Woman's Council are
all expected to be present and assist.
" COUNTRY CLUB."
Cleaners and Dyers.
117 1-2 East Main St. Phone 113.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. 8pec
lal attention given ladles' garments.
Mrs. Clara White
224 West Main, Opposite
Phone 143 20? S Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy, Prop.
Will do work In any part of elty.
Call me by phone. Recommended by
SEE US BEFORE PLACING YOUR
Nelson-Dean Insurance Go.
Wbea dow* to.-* doa't fortei
| Famous Popcorn
Next to Ix)n£mire-Draper.
f. S. DUNN, Pra*
Fine Job Printing
Many New styles of
Type Jual Received
Corner Main and Philadelphia
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