The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 131, Ed. 1 Monday, May 20, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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The Shawnee News
MONDAY, MAY 20, 1907.
40c Per Month
O! a Savfcppt Account always at your command, has come to the
rescue of Many a business maa
Hu paved the way for many a business opportunity, which
uenally comes but once In a life time.
Has saved much suffering for thousands in time of adversity
This Bank INVITES YOU to have Ready Cash when needed
by saving and depositing your money at Our Savings Department
IT PUTS4 PERCENT INTEREST ON TOUR DEPOSITS
Mrs. Edwin Campbell is very ill of
Russell Johnson is confined to his
home with il'ness.
G. L. Suyles, representing the Mo-
llne Elevator company is in Shawnee.
The lady Maccabees will give a
ilance tomorrow night, at which a cake
is offered to the best couple for danc-
A concert will be given Tuesday
night in the Library Auditorium for
the benefit of the Christian church.
Mrs. E. A. Bradfield and children
left Monday for Chandler, being called
there by the sickness of Mrs. E. D.
R. B. Haynes will leave this even-
ing for New Mexico, and will go from
there to Mexico City, Old Mexico, on
* THE WEATHER.
1 Washington, May 19.-Forecast:
J )klahoma-Tue8day fair, warmer
; 7 a. m„ 48; 10 a. m., 54; 12
1 m.. 60; 3 p. m., 65.
| (lifeRENT EVENTS j
S. C. Hansen spent Sunday in
"Bill Cross of Oklahoma City is in
Phil Higgs and Jeff Delay left to-
day for old Mexico.
LOST—Pa'e red cow, with crimped
horn. Finder ca'l at State National
W. M Daniels of Oklahoma City is
visiting in Shawnee.
See the Persian novelties just re-
ceived at Bleuer's Jewelry. 10-tf
C. S Wlckerry of Sapulpa, I. T., Is
vlsitinp in Shawnee.
A pree§ feeder wanted at The News
O. K Aufrich of Oklahoma City
spent Sunday in Shawnee.
Pat Portel, traveling freight agent
of the Rock Island is in Shawnee.
Joint memorial services will be
held at the M. E. church next Sunday.
Attorney H. E. Benson of Lawrence,
Kansas is visiting friends in Shaw-
nee and will locate at McLoud.
Work was resumed this morning on
the sewer near the river with a hun-
dred men engaged on the Job.
Any one who wishes the Ideal Steam
Cooker and Baker can get one by ad-
dressing Mrs. J. M. Lee, Shawnee,
Okla., Oeneral Delivery. 18-6t
There was a very evident error m
Chrisney's Grocery ad Saturday. It
read "strawberries two for 50," while
it should have been "two boxes for
D. M. Satterwhite surprised a num
ber of his friends Friday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgin on
South Louisa with an ice cream and
cake supper. A good time was en-
New York, May 20.—The Commer-
cial Telegraphers Union of America
is threatening a general strike against
the Western Union Telegraph com-
pany within the next ten days or two
weeks unless a number of the griev-
ances, which have been submitted to
the company are not promptly re-
dressed. According to the officers of
the union the railway telegraphers
are with them and that in case of a
strike the operators of the Postal
J CHIN A. DO# AH UK.
Better known as -liggs, brillisint
first class baseman ol' the cham-
pion Chicago Americans.
Guthrie, Ok., Ma.. UfJ.—Clrca'ar l«Jt
ters are being sent out by Ben F
Rice, of Tulsa, member of the repuL-
lican state committee, to other mem-
bers of the committer urging tho n to
vote at the committee meeting in Ok-
lahoa City Tuesday against postponing
the date of the republican state con-
vention which is now scheduled to
meet in Tulsa on June 6 and also re-
questing them, even in case postpone-
ment is agreed upon, not to take the
Just Received 12 Dozen Black and White
Long Silk Gloves
Our buyer tells us that these gloves are hard
to find, and then the manufacturer asks $16.50
to $18.50 a dozen for them. We got these at a
bargain and we are going to give you the ben-
efit as we always do. While they last they go at
$1.59 Psr Pair
B/^\ XJLT DRY GOODS
• t&i W • STORE
Fresh from the country, 2 Do? 25c
Everything else in proportion.
Chrisney Gro. Co.
Cor. Main & Beard.
Attorney John Wright of Oklahoma!
City visited friends in Shawnee vover
Furnished rooms tor rest oa street
ear line at If last Drummond street
Mrs. J. C. Parker was elected treas-
urer of thr Oklahoma Library Asso-
ciation at the meeting in Oklahoma
City last week. The next meeting
will be in Shawnee.
R. P Campbell, one of the Oklaho-
man staff was a visitor in Shawnee
New and old alfalfa hay, prairie hay.
oats, corn. bran, corn chops and a
larg( variety of chicken feed at Chris-
ney's, corner Main and Beard. Phone
Phone 111 Red
v Shawnee defeated Oklahoma City at
baseba'l Sunday at League Park by a
score of 12 to 6.
The aandsomest things In Persian
novelties, direct from "gay Paree" at
Bleuer't Jewelry store. 111 N. Broad-
E. A. Brad fie id, manger of the Tay-
lor Lumber Co., was called to Chand-
ler Saturday night by the s«tIoub Ill-
ness of his mother.
The commencement sermon of the
High School will be delivered at the
Becker next Sunday.
A boy 15 or 16 years old who wishes
a steady Job call at The News office
at once 15-tf
W. N Furey, editor of the Paris
Daily Advocate of Paris, Texas, wan
a visitor In Shawnee Sunday.
A young lady wanted to stay In of
flee and write. Address, C. B., care
of News 17 3t
"Jim" Menefree. formerly treasurer
of the democratic state committer !s
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. Prl-
vate residence. 215 N. Philadelphia.
FOR SALE—Five Room House. Fif-
ty Feet front, gas, water and barn.
Good Location. Paul F. Cooper, over
Shawnee National Bank. 1S-5t
The Bijou is putting on some ex-
cellent moving pictures. Their per-
formance Saturday night was splen-
Sheriff Grace returned from Denver
Saturday night. He left the bank rob-
ber, Ashby, whom he went after at
Oklahoma City where he is to be
guarded by Deputy Sheriff Carr.
Persian novelties, a handsome Urns,
Including the latest fads in collarettes,
fan chains, hat pins, etc. Bleuer's, 111
Nerth Broadway 10-tf
Telegraph company will also Join with
Altus, Okla., May 20.—Twelve cases
against citzens of South Greer coun-
who an- leading cattlemen, have
been disposed of in the past week.
The cattlemen are charged with vio-
lating the quarantine law. J. P
Greer, G. Pennell and J. D. Walket
appeared before Judge Jarrett Todd
of the probate court, pleaded gui'tv,
and were fined «>ach $100 and costs
convention away from Tulsa. On the
contrary, however, there seems to be
a disposition on the part of republican
leaders not only to postpone, but to
change the place of meeting to punish
Tulsa republicans for their too ardent
support of the proposed state consti-
Why Not Gel Wealthy?
I have a good restaurant for sale or
rent, best location in city, will sell
cheap If sold at once. Address, Mrs.
Ella Easton. Pond Creek, Okla. 17-6t
EGGS, 2 DOZEN - - 25cts
STRAWBERRIES, 3 BOXES 25c
Corner Beard & Main
A. P. Pennell and J. N. Klmberlln
against both of whom there are two
caBes, pleaded not guilty, and were
placed under two bonds of $500 each
to appear for trial. The other three
parties have not yet appeared.
A. J. Crockett
O. C. Holt
50 Per Cent Q«ln In 1905.
Our pnrchaj-ea of Dr. MendenhaP'a
Chill and Fev.-r Cure In 1905 were 50
per cent more than In 1904. The
frequency of our order# Indicate It
one of the itaple Chill Remedies J.
8. Merrell Drag Co., Wholesale Drug-
gists, St. T.outs, Mo. Sold by C. R.
COLLECTION AGENCY j
Collections, Short Loans, Insur J
ance and Rentals
We collect what you can't. J
Room 20 Postoffice Bldg. J
Reference. Oklahoma National 0
Spring Time And
We have just put a com-
plete line of....
On our sample floor in
many styles and finishes
The cheap and medium
priced goods. Make your
porch comfortable, it will
not cost you much, and
the comforts will be last-
ing. Call and see our line
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIR WORK.
We now have a first-class Upholster and Cabinet Maker, and
can do ?ll kinds of work at reasonable prices. We can fix up
your old couc h or parlor suit and make them as good as new
for a small price. Let us figure on your work.
The Longmire-Draper Co.
210-212 East Main Street
Gives rest to th« stomach. For Indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
tired stomaoh, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, I
stomach and catarrh of the stomaoh. A prompt relief.
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BE SURE THE CLOTHING
YOU BUY HAS THE QUALITY
AND STYLE. WE HANDLE
ONLY SUCH GOODS AS WE
CAN FULLY RECOMMEND, IF
ANYTHING GOES WRONG NO
TIFY US. WE WANT TO AND
WILL SATISFY YOU.
WE ARE MEN'S AND BOY'S
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