The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 131, Ed. 1 Monday, May 20, 1907 Page: 6 of 8
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The Shawnee News
MONDAY, MAY 20, 1907.
10c Per Week
I IVERYBODYS SPACE j
I (icncrfil ltii lne «, I hrcc Llnc«t li V
I Timet* '26c, I'm><iI>Ic in Advance I
HE IS CONVICTED i| coming events
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KOR KENT —Three nicely furnished
roomr for light housekeeping, down
stalra, all modem conveniences. No.
20 B. Tenth St. 18 81
KOR RENT. .Furnished rooms, with
or without board. Apply <00 North
Broadway, Phone 671. 16-31
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
No. 1 2:40 a. m. 2:60 a. m
No. 4 0:40 p. in. 7:00 p. m
I No. 8 10:20 a m. 10:40 a. ni
No. 20 12:06 a. in.
TOR RENT—A number of rooms
over the City Meat Market, opposite
the post office. Apply at City Moat
~ FOR SALE.
LEAVING CITY—>360 Piano for $186 j
would give terms. Phone 10.10. 18-Ct
1350 Cash Register for fl75.00; term*
If wanted. Phone 1080. lH-6t
FOR SALB— Hor e and buggy.
Price *06. Apply 1102 N. Park. 16-3t
iNo. 1 1:40 a. in. 1:66 a. m.
No. 3 8:60 a. m. 8:10 a. m
No. 7 4:60 p. in. 6:06 p. m
■ No. 19 4:46 a. m
Arrives 3:30 p.m. Departa 10:40 p.m
FOR SALIC Mull pupB ut 236 Bouts
Minnesota. Phone 1074. 16-3t
No. 317, 8:16 a. m.
No. 301,8:80 p.m.
No. 302, 12:30p.m.
No. 318. 6:16 p.m.
El Reno, Okla., May 20.- Corporal
Knowles, A Company, Twenty-fifth
Infantry, tried by a generaj Court
martial for shooting with Intent to
l.ill Captain Macklln on the night of
December 21, was found gul'ty is
charged. The findings of the court
have been transmitted to the review-
ing authority, general McOaskey, who
will publish I he sentence.
Knowles will lose his Identity and
will be known only by number for
several years to come. Ills sentence
will be carried out either at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, or Alcatrai Is-
The officers who composed the court,
ill Fort sir for the trial of Corporal
Knowles returned to their stations
No. 414,7:06 am.
No. 408, 1:00 p.m.
No. 4j07. 3:20 p.in
No. 418, «:00 p.m
WANTED—A lady who sings well
ami plays piano; permanent position
In Shawnee, phone 1080. 18-flt
WANTED—A good milk cow. In-
quire at Newman Plumbing Co, 126
N. Bell. 18-31
WANTED—Cai carpenters, rip
track men, truckmen, wheel press,
wheel borer, and double ended axle
nine hand*. Apply by le'ter to the
Crawford Locomotive aud C«r Works,
Strealor III. 15m
MISSOURI, KANSAS A TEXAS.
East Bound—8 a- m
Westbound—6 . ■
J. P. Mitchell, architect and builder
Plans aail ipeclflcatlons furnished. A
specialty In plans for residences, bun
galow houses, etc. J. P. Mitchell
209 North Broadway Phone 197, rea-
Idenca phone 1129 1W
Free samples of "Preventlca" and
a booklet on Colds will be gladly
mailed you, on request, by Dr. Shoop,
Racine, Wis., simply to prove merit
Preventlca are little Candy Cold Cure
tablets. No Quinine, bo Laxatve,
nothing harmful whatever. Preven-
tlca prevent cold—as the name Im-
plies— wh' n taken early, or at the
"Sneeze Stage." For a seated cold
or LaOrlppe, break It up safely and
quickly with preventlca. Sold by
May 21—Ladles of the Maccabees
dance at M. W. A. ball.
May 81—Shawnee u' c school*
close for the summer vacat on.
Juue 4—National board of directors
of Farmers' Union meet Id Shawnee,
June 6 Republican slate conven-
tion at Tulsa.
The State Humane Society of Okla-
June 14—Flag day. First anniver-
sary of Oklahoma being admitted to
Friday afternoon. May 17, at 3
o'clock the W. C. T. U. will meet at
the home of Mrs. 8 C. Lowdan, where
a parliamentary drill will be conduct-
ed by Mrs, Lowdan Every member
Is especially Invited, as this is some-
thing new, Interesting and Instructive.
Let every one come.
The followlnfcla the commencement
calendar for the Shawnee High
Friday, May 24, Junior class day.
JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION, NOR-
FOLK, VA.—Via direct lines,
on sale daily, season tick
eta $53.60, aiity day tickets
$48.16, fifteen day tickets $38.35. Via
New York, one direction only, season
tickets $65.96, sixty day tickets $45-
95. Good 8top over privillges allowed
east of St. IvOula aad Chicago.
ENID, OKLA.—G. A. !l. meeting,
one fare plus 60 cents for the round
trip, on sale May 20th and 21st, limit-
ed to May 25th.
MEXICO CITY—One fare for round
trip, on sale May 1st to 18th, June
8th to 15th, and June 20th to July
12th, good limit and stop over privi-
PHILADELPHIA, PA.—Elks meet-
ing, $39.30 for round trip, on sale
July 11, 12 and 13, limited to July
WILL OFFER YOU A LIMITED SELECTION OF TOILET
ARTICLES IN THE LINE OF PERFUMES. FACE POWDERS
FACE LOTIONS, FACE CREAM AND THE LIKE
WE DO TOO, BUT OF SUCH GREATER VARIETY. LARG-
ER STOCK YOU KNOW. JUSTNOW WE HAVE IN MIND OUR
CUCUMBER AND VELVET CREAMS. BOTH 8PLENDID AND
ONLY 25 CENTS A BOTTLE
THEN THERE IS COLD CREAM IN BULK. IT'S BETTtR
THIS WAY AND SO MUCH CHEAPER. . A . POUND . 75
CENT& Less AMOUNT IF YOU WISH. . ALL OUR OWN
MAKE. YOU WILL LIKE THEM.
Opposite City Hall J |
„„ ATLANTIC CITY, N. J,—American
Sunday, May 26, Clasi sermon by • .
_ ' , „ M idlcal Association, $40.65 for the
Rev. John L. Bray. < , T
I round trip, on sa.e May 30th, June
|nn 1st and 2d, Hinted to Juue 10th.
Tuesday, May 28, Junior reception
WANTED—To loan $26,000 on
choice real estate If taken at once.
Stone, Remington £ Clark, 18 West
WANTED—Mea to learn barber trade.
Weoderful demand for barbers, few
wesiie completea by practical exper-
ience. careful Instructions, demonstra-
tions and examinations, diplomas
granted. tools given, positions waiting,
top wages paid. Write nearest branch,
Meier Barber College Kansas City.
Mo er Dallas, Tex. 11 *'
WANTED— A young boy to do collect-
ing at tha News office.
WANTED—A dairy hand. Address
or call J. F. Ball, half mile west and
half mile north of tbo Catholic church,
P. O. Shawnee. s'4t
Patrealse yonr frweaboaan
they Lav* a fall atoek ro ea. erlm
eo, rambler*, hybrids aad teas, hearty
•cmha. at Conover's grwenhoaae. Take
the Broadway atrest ear t ladepen
dene, avaaaa. aad walk three blocks
Now If you wish to make moaey
buy a pair of those beautiful lota la
Maywood Addition, which 1 am ofer
lng at $60 each, $10 cash and $6 per
month. Remember this price will
only stay ou until a lmlted number
Is sold. Drop me a card or phone me
and let us show you this property
D. A. Craftou, Cor. Main and Broad-
way, Phone 614.
Parted in Civil War; Reunited.
Oklahoma City, Okla.. .May 20.—
Separated during the first year of the
Civil War, Wllllnm and Samuel Duck
if Dearborn, Mo„ and Lincoln. Nebr.,
are attending a reunion of the broth-
ers nt the homes of Sin and John
Duck, fifteen miles southeast of this
:ity. The former brothers enlisted In
the union cause while John Duck
fought for I he confederacy under Qen
oral Bragg. Twenty-five years nfter
the close of the war, William and
Samuel met each other accidentally
upon the streets of Kansas City. Af-
ter writing to various places about
the country for several years they
were able to locate tholr brothers,
with the result that r. fandly reunion
was planned. Wllllnm and Samuel
had not seen their brothers In 40
years. Pleasant memories of boy
hood days nre now being recal'ed ar
CRAWFORD FOR FIRS INSURANCE
Will sava yon money. Be* him.
• per ceat money, cheapest chattel
loans, sell yonr home am payments
farms :o trade tor elty pre party. I
will make yon luoa.j lee me C.
M Crawferd, 101 Beat Main 141
TO TRAD*- A good fans for elty
property or atoek of ■ereksadlae C.
W Kerfoot, 111 N. Bell 1W
Wednesday, May 29, Senior class
play, "Just Out of College."
Thursday, May 30. Alumnae recep-
Friday, May 31, Commencement.
The commencement address will be
delivered by Dr. Edwin Erie Sparks
the historian from the Chicago uni-
Snap. 60 feet east front corner N
Klckapoo. $600 If sold at once.
6 feet 1-2 block from car line East
100 feet east front, 1100 block North
60 feet 1100 block N. Beard street,
new 6 room house, price $1,660.
60 feet east front, 700 block North
Broadway, 8 room house, price $2.
5 acres three blocks from car line
2 room house, 1 1-2 acres In straw-
b< rrles. 1-2 acre In blackberries,
snap for $1,260.
If In the market for anything In the
real estate lino call and see me.
Phone 399 118 N Broadway
SUMMER TOURIST Rates to San
Francisco. Los Angeles, San Diego.
Cal., Prescott, Phoenix and Grand
Canyon, Ariz., Portland, Ore., Beattle,
Tacoma, Everett, Belllngham and Spo-
kane, Wash., Helena, Butte, and An-
aconda, Mont., and Pocatello, Idaho,
on sale June 1 to Sept. 15, with limit
to Oct 31, at very low rates for the
round trip, with good stop over priv-
THE LADIES of the BapUat church
will serve chicken pie dinner, also
supper, May 14 and 16, corner of Main
and Beard 9-31
If you are expecting to build call
and see J. P. Mitchell at 209 North
readway, where he will furnish you
jvlth plaas and estimates of all kinds
Phone 197. Residence phone 1U2
De You Levs
your baby? You wonder why he
cries. Buy a bottle of white Cream
Vermifuge and he will never cry
Most babies have worms, aud the
mothers don't know It. White's
Cream Vermifuge rids the child of
worms and cleans out Its system In a
pleasant way. Every mother should
keep a bottle of this medicine In the
house. With It, fear need never en-
ter her mind. Price 26c. Sold by
all druggists. •
Married In Kansas City.
Miss 01 to B Gray, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Gray of Shawnee, and
Walter H. Boon, also of Shawnee, were
married yesterday In Kansas City,
Rev. W. H. Brown officiating at the
ceremony. They will reside in Kan
*us City where Mr. Boon Is employed
by the National Biscuit Co. The
bride formerly lived with her parents
at 056 North Market street
Let nie mall you free, t* prove
now Dr. Shoop's Restorative sold by
storative. Write for my free book,
samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restora-
tive, and my Book on either Dyspep-
sia, The Heart or the Kidneys. Ad-
dress me, Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.
Troubles of the stomach, Heart or
Kidneys are merely symptoms of
deeper ailment. Don't make the com
tnon error of treating symptoms only
Symptom treatment Is treating the
result of your ailment, and not the
cause. Weak stomachh nerves—the
Inside nerves—means stomach weak-
ness, always. And the heart and
K.dneys as well, have their Inside or
controlling nerves. Weaken these
nerves, and you inevitably have
weak vital organs. Here Is where
Dr. Shoop'B Restorative has made Its
fame. No other remedy even claims
to treat the "Inside nerves." AIbo
for bloating, bllllonsness. bad breath
or complexion, use Dr Shoop's Re-
SUMMER TOURIST RATE TO PA
CIFIC COAST, ARIZONA, BRITISH
COLUMBIA, IDAHO AND MONTANA
POINTS, AT VERY LOW RATES FOR
THE ROUND TRIP, on sale June 1st
to Sept. 16, inclusive with final re-
turn limit, October 31st. These tick-
ets carry good stop-over privileges In
both directions. If you are contem-
plating a trip to the above localities
do not fail to see the undersigned.
THE LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE
USE IT TO-DAY AND SAVE DELAY!
Other ways of transacting your affairs
cannot compare with it in
High Value-Low Price-Quick Service
Tis the comprehensive means of communication
PIONEER TELEPHONE ANO TELEGRAPH CO.
Why Not Get 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
TO NEWSPAPER MEN.
*1.200 Will buy Cottrell I r v. press
• peed 180" thoroughly rebuilt, guar
anteed good condition, rollers ready
for use. Including new Oxford folder
! fold, Iron frame, also $40# will take
t rev. Campbell press, good comditlon,
speed 1W0 All F. O B here Ad
dress Dally News. Hot Springe. Ark
| HELLO! 6IVE ME THE
PHONE NO. 163
ICE CREAM PARLOR WHERE •
THE BEST OF CREAMS AND J
SOFT DRINKS OF ALL KINDS. J
No. « West Main St. •
F. J. BOSWELL, PROP.
Shawnee, Okla. .
Cascasweet for babies Is the best
rejnedy for colic, summer complaint,
diarrhoea and sour stomach. It Is
especially good In cases of teething
when Irritation affects the stomach
and Intestines Sold by C. R Harry-
50 Per Cent Gain in 1905.
Our purchases of Dr Mendenhal"«
Chill and Fev'-r Cure In 1906 were 60
per cent more than In 1904 The
frequency of our orders Indicate It
one of the staple Chill Remedies. J.
S. Merrell Drug Co., Wholesale Drug
gists, 8t Louis, Mo, S)ld by C R
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY.
THE TRAIN WRECKERS.
TRAM AND BISH OF THE GREAT
\ good sired addition 1b being built
to the rear of the store room on East
Main occupied by W. A. Wright, the
jeweler, while largely Increase the
floor space. The room will be used
ns the phonographic department and
also us a grinding room.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR
LOAD OP FINE MONUMENTS.
PARTIES WISHING THE SAME
SHOULD GIVE THEIR ORDER AT
ONCE THAT SAME MAY BE
PLACID BEFORE DECORATION
W. S. Carnahan
THE UNFORTUNATE HUSBAND.
HARRIE SCOTT WARNER
MISS LORAINE DRUMMOND, Pianist
DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
afTord prompt relief for weak kid-
neys. backache and urinary troubles
Sold by C. R. Harryman. •
Shawnee People in Earlsboro.
Mr. and Mr*. 8. O. Own a mag lit,
Mafltcr Guy and Miss Blanche and al-
so Hampton Keene made a pleasant
visit to l>r. W. F. Hall of Earlsboro
Sunday. The doctor Is contemplating
moving to the city.
it what Mrs. Ljcy
Stovall.of Tilton, Ga.,
said after taking
Kodol for Pv -
of other weak
stored to perfect
health by this rem-
edy YOU may be
weli if you will take
nearly all the sick-
ness that women
have. It deprives the system of nourish-
ment and the delicite organs peculiar tc
women suffer—woaker. and bc-ome
LOS ANGELES & SAN FRANCIS-
CO, CALIA. $50.00 for the round
trip, tickets on sale .lune 8th to 15th
inclusive with final limit, August 31st.
1907. Those tickets carry excellent
stop-over privileges in both directions
also side trips at very sma'l addi-
SEATTLE & SPOKANE, WASH.—
On sale June 20 to July 12th, final re-
turn limit September 15th, one rare
for the round trip also special rates to
above points through San Francisco.
LOS ANGELES & SAN FRANCIS-
CO, CALIA.—$52.00 for the round
trip, on sale June 22nd to July 6th
with final return limit limit Septem-
ber 15th, excellent stop-over privilege-
in both directions.
RICHMOND. VA., UNITED CON-
FEDERATE REUNION.—$27.30 FOR
THE ROUND TRIP—Ticket on sale,
May 26, 27 and 28; return imit, June
14th, extension of this limit may be
had to July 6th, on payment of 50
For further particulars call on or
GEO. P. NELSON.
Agent Santa Fe,
A Home for You on Easy Terms
Beautiful Riverside Addition on the car line, the growing part of
the city adjoining the Santa Fe yards, and shops, will Bell you lota
cheap on the following terms: 110.00 cash per lot and B.0(. per lot
a month until paid. No taxes, no Interest, no commission Own
your own home and save rent- See
A. H. Hurford
the owner, room 6 over Harryman's Drug Store, Shawnee, Okla
1 ***** I * I >♦♦ +
Bungalow and cottage plans ky
Mitchell, the architect. 10-M
♦ H H
PHONE 112 J tk>r- Okla. & Niuth Streets
Taylor Lumber Company
FOB FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL
E. A. Bradfield, Mgr | GIVE US A CA-L<L
A.LL A BOUT SI DEWALK8...
•IE JO IMLINO
'oSeyrtlls petrtted brtek walks, I lo k square foot Cement walks
lOe to lie square toot All work guaranteed
Phtns *11 lea. I teytk Bell
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY, AT 8:15
AND C1& MATINEE SATURDAY.
ALL SEATS 10c
Dr. Shoop Family Medicine Company,
Piles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment
Pleaae note It la made alone for piles,
and Ita action Is poeltlve and certain
ttcholng, painful, protruding or blind
piles dlaappear like magic by Its nse.
l^irge nlckle capped glass jars 60c
Sold by Wallaoe Mann.
enables the stomach and digestive organe
to digest and assimilate all of tne whole-
tome food that may be eaten. It nourishes
the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,
restoring health and strength. Kodoi
relieves indigestion, conatipat "..dyspepsia,
•our rising!, belching, heartburn anc*. all
Digests What You Eat
ReliaVM l 4tf tlo .
frev*'- ' ti L > 1
•rtu.ivofS C 0«Wll\ i
a Co .Cki.-M -,r s 1
HARRYMAN'S DRUG STORE.
Eihcelc Bldg . No. IB-18 Main Street
THI8 SCHOOL OPENED WITH A NICE EN
ROLLMENT. THEY HAVE PLENTY OF TEACH
ERS AND GIVE INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION
NOW IS THE BEST TIME TO ENTER WHILE
THE SCHOOL IS SMALL. THEY HAVE OVER
FIFTY FIRST CLASS POSITIONS TO FILL
RIGHT NOW, MOST OF THEM IN OKLAHOMA
CITY. THIY ARE ENDORSED 1Y THt HON
W. C. HUGHES OF OKLAHOMA CITY AND
THE HON. TAMS BIXBY, COMMISSIONER TO
THE FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES, AT MUSKOGEE.
I. T. THE LATTER GENTLEMAN HAS EM-
PLOYED ABOUT TWENTY OF THEIR STU-
DENTS, AT A SALARY OF THREE DOLLARS A
DAY. FARE RAID TO SCHOOL. WRIT! AT ONCE
FOR HANDSOME CATALOGUE ANO SPECIAL
Hill's Business Co'le^e
Oklahoma City. Okla.
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