The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 135, Ed. 1 Friday, May 24, 1907 Page: 3 of 12
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The Shawnee News-
FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1907.
Try a Want Ad
and CURE the LUNGS
" Dr. King's
FOB Q "
OUGHS and 50c i $1.00
OLDS Fret Trill.
Guaranteed for all THROAT and
Lima TROUBLES, or MONEY
A new Telephone Di-
rectory is being pre-
pared for the printer.
We want your name to
appear correctly. Any
change you desire
made? Notify the
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& Telegraph Go.
I h*v« found a tried and tested cure (or MM*
! Mot a re in. sly that will straighten
limbs of chronic cripple*, nor turn bosff
growths back to fleah again. That lo tmvaeelbl*
Bat I can now surely kill tha patn and pangs «•
this deplorable disease.
In Germanj—with a Chainlet ui the City «i
DarmaUdt— 1 found the last ingredient with
which Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy was mad*
a perfected. dapeiuUble prescription. Without
that last ingredient, I suooeasfully treated many,
■any casss of Rb«umatlam; but now, at last. It uaU
•armly cure* all curabl* oases of this heretofore
moch dreaded diseas*. Tho** sand-like grannleu
waste*, found In Rheumatic Blood, seem todlaaolv*
and paaa away under the action of this remedy as
freely as does sugar when added to pure watar.
And then, when dissolved, these poisonous waste*
freely pass from the system, and the cauae o4
Rheumatism is gona forever. There Is now ne
teal need—no actual excuse to suffer longer with-
Ml help. We sell, and In oontldeno*
New Army Worker.
Capt. O. P. Jackson has arrived in
Shawnee to take charge of the Salva-
i J tion Army work here, vice Ensign
jGurden, who was recently farewel'ed
I to other fields. Capt. Jackson is ac
' J companied by Cadet Moser, and comes
from San Angelo, Cal., where he has
beeu doing a good work. He has
had some 3©veu years' experience in
this particular work, having been sta-
tioned at Independence, Kas., previous
to going to California.
Meetings will be held as formerly,
street meetings at 7:30 each evening
and in the hall at 8 o'clock. Further
announcement as to Sunday meetings
will be made later.
X S E E X
W, J, KUHLMAN
When you have Sorap
Iron, Bones, Rags,
Rubber A Metal to sell
224 NORTH MINNESOTA ST.
George B. Crisman
lie a Oklahoma Pkoae Til.
The Shawnee Box Lunch Fac-
209 W. MAIN 8T.
Now open for business with all
the beat things of the season
WATCH FOR THE LUNCH MAN
He will deliver lunches to all
oOces, stores and factories at
II m. every day for the email
sum of 10c.
Lunches consist of sandwich*
es, pie, cake and pickles.
MtH ♦♦♦♦«! ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦
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
she consulted a good dentist in time.
Hint: Phone 1154, Shawnee Dental
Parlors, 106 1-2 E. Main, before mat-
ters are past mending.
Wonderful Eczema Cure.
"Our little boy had eczema for five
years." writes N. A. Adams. Henri-
etta, Pa. "Two of our home doctors
said the case was hopeless, his lungs
belag afTected. We then employed
other doctors but no benefit resulted.
By chance we read about Electric
Bitters; bought a bottle and soos
noticed improvement. We continue
this medicine until several bottles
were used, when our boy was com-
pletely cured." Best of all
medicines and body building health
Report of the Condition of
THE STATE NATIONAL BANK.
at Shawnee, in the State of Oklahoma,
at the close of business, May 20, 1907.
Loans and Discounts $312,932.13
Overdrafts secured and un-
U. S. Bofids to secure circu-
U. S. Bonds to secure U. S.
Premium on U. S. Bonds... 3,450.00
Bonds, securities, etc 23,159.34
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 3,000.000
Due from National Banks
(not reserve agents) .... 32,863.51
Due from State Banks and
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash
Notes of other National
Fractional paper currency
nickels and cents 2.75
Items in course of collec-
Lawful money reserve In
Legal-tender notes 8,400.00 20,078.80
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of
Due from U. S. Treasurer,
other than 5 per cent re-
demption fund 750.00
ARIOSA comes in
one pound packages
only, sealed for your
protection to insure your
getting the genuine old-
, fashioned Arbuckles'
ARIOSA Coffee every time.
Be real angry if they send you
■ substitute, which is not as good
ftnd may in time ruin your
digestion and nerves.
Cwjlw with all lequinmwou of tha NtfUetJ Pun
MUr.CuiuM N.. 2041. fcW at WmW*
j House of Lords
: BAR and CAFE
Corner of Main and
J Fine Wines, Liquors
J and Cigars
John Garrett, Prop
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 good and
none high priced. Our WATER ICES
are the beat in town.
Fancy individual molds. We cater
especially to the high class trade.
Capital Stock paid in $100,000.00
Surplus fund 7,000.00
Undivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid .. 9,517.33
National Bank Notes out-
Due to other National
Due to State Banks and
Individual deposits subject
to check 259,981.21
Demand certificates of de-
Certified checks 7,031.78
Cashier's checks outstand-
United States Deposits 50,000.00
Jurors in all cases do not agree,
And in the same light things will not
BLUE RIBBON CREAM-
ERY 8 ICE CREAM CO.
Widftw of Rev
son, w^ll known in
Dr. John Wat
Washington, D. C., May 24(via Mus-
kogee).—The feeling committee of
the constitutional convention was re-
ceived at the White House yesterday
The president was "dee-lighted" to
see specimens of the aggregations
about which he had heard so much
He regarded them curiously through
microscope sent over for the pur-
pose by the bureau of zoology, and
xpressed surprise at their almost hu-
man intelligence. Judge Ledbett
cleared his throat and said:
"Mr. President, my name is Led bet-
ter and I come as—"
"Now, Mr. Led better, the constitu-
tion of the United States is the su
preme law of the land," interrupted
the president, "and there is no lie
to discuss the matter. It has been
Judge I^edbetter blushed and gird-
ed up his loins. "Mr. President, 1
have my own private and persona'
views on that subject, but I am will-
ing to concede your point for the pur-
poses of this discussion. 1 have re-
luctantly concluded th.at at least the
nominal recognition of such supremn-
cy is a condition precedent to our ad-
mission to the Confed—I mean Un-
ion—under the terms of this partic-
ular enabling act. But. we are here
on another matter. We want Just aw
rotten a constitution as we can pos-
sibly have and we are here to ascer
tain just how had an article you will
stand for. We want you to fix n
limit and we will revise our constitu-
tion down to that limit."
The president hesitated a moment
and responded: "Gentlemen, wny
don't you go back and get up just
as decent a constitution as you can?
Of course. 1 would not impose abso-
lute decency on democratic frailty
but can't you be reasonably decent?
Go back and fix a constitution for n
state instead of for a lunatic asylum
and you will have no trouble about
getting into the Union."
The committee promised to take up
the matter with "Alfalfa Bill" as soon
as he could be located.
HENRY P. ROBBINS.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
UNION SAVINGS BANK
Of Shawnee, Oklahoma, at the close of business May 20th, 1907:
Loans and Discounts .. $ 52,758.00
Warrants •< 652.80
Furniture and Fixtures 5,444.28
Cash and Sight Exchange 45.191.37
Capital Stock $ 25,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 2,714.27
1 deposits 77,157.44
The above statement is correct
G. M. CHRISTNER, Cashier
May 24, 1906, $3,486 02
SEPTEMBER 4, 1906, $15,616.42
NOVEMBER $20, I906, 20,641.32
MARCH 2, I907, $33,288.09
MAY 20, I907, S77.I57.44
Above we present our statement and with It figures showing our
splendid growth during our first year of business.
We call particular attention to our strong Cash Reserve. Also our
Steady Continued Growth.
F. W. CHRISTNER, President.
F. W. MOHRBACHWR, Vice Pres.
G. M. CHRISTNER, Cashier.
E. K. KNOUSE, Ass't Cashier.
ESTES TIN SHOP
HkTlIfht«. Metal Celling. Cornice and Sheet M«U.l Work. Ho) Air hru
All Kl Ida Tank*
CaTIMATia furnished free.
lit I. Mala. T*L 141
FIRS! IN THE
1907 RACING CALENDAR
Phone 90 or 189.
Ot the matter In hand they lake dlf- ties in Real Estate
And conviction by argument often re- Investments.
Most complete list In the city of
But thla cltj'i peopla are of one mind cl(y an(1 farm property. See us
In bellerlng that "Meek'i la tha beat (or a compiete xiat of prices and
place to And terms. We can tell you both vacant
Orooeiiaa high grtde and meats that improved property In any part
are nice. • y shawnee at the most reaaonable
the! prlcea, and on terms to salt teh pur
Tha finest of eatables, right In
Mteks & Go, Market Kerker Brothers
State of Oklahoma, County of Potta-
I. C. M. Cade, cashier of the above
named hank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
C. M. CADE. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 22ud day of May, 1907.
H. M. HARGRAVE,
E H. Wilkinson
Time Loans $312,932.13
Demand Loans .... 18,721.33
United States Bonds and
Furniture and Fixtures 3,000.00
May 27, Belmont park
June (, Qraveaend.
Jane IS, Buffalo.
June 20. Sheepahead bay.
July 10, Brighton Beach meeting op
ens. laating until August I.
August 6, Saratoga Springs
August >1. Sheepahead Bay
September II, Qraveaend.
September 30, Brighton Beach
October 7, Belmont park.
October 21, Jamaica
October 2«, Plmlico.
November 2, Aqueduct
November lft-SO, Bennlnga.
November >1, All aboard for New Or-
eans. San Francisco and points south
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—hss started the public
to thinking of this wonderful prepa
ration. They are all using It/ Join
t1 o procession and down with sick-
ness. Price 26c, 60c and $1.00.
by all Irugglsts.
Call at our store please for a
free sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health
Coffee. If real coffee disturbs your
S.omach, 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 he 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. •
Capital. Surplus and Profits $116,517.33
GROCERIES AND MEATS.
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phona 308 20J East Main
The above is correct.
C. M. CADE. Cashier.
PROGRAM FOR MEMORIAL
SERVICE NEXT SUNDAY
The union memorial day services
will be held at the First M. E. church
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
and the program will be as follows:
Prayer, Rev. W. C. Adams.
Scripture Reading, Rev. L. C. Wolfe.
Solo, Miss Delia Martin.
Sermon, "Dawn at Dusk," Rev. O. W.
Benediction, Rev. F. L. Van Voor
A Narrow Escapt.
G. W. Cloyed, a merchant of Plunfc
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 woulo
not consent. I bought a box of
Bucklen's Arnica Bslve an d that
FOR SALE—One 10x16 Chandler *
Price Gordon Jobber, Long fountain
and Stearn fixtures; perfect order;] cured the dangerous wound."
prce $180. Double series De Vlnne all druggists.
and Royal Gothic, i sarly new, at 1-2
price. New Callfo.ula Job cases Shetland Ponies for 8ale.
cheap. Pair of 7 column «teel chases,
$3; Job sticks, news rack, labor sav-
ing leads and slugs, cheap. Address
E. G. Phelps, Wewoka, I. T. 5 tf
I will sell at public auction one car-
load of Shetland Ponies Friday, May
24, at 2 o'clock, at 430 W. California
Street, Oklahoma City. 21-61
We are the old-
est Music con-
cern in Oklaho-
ma, as well as
the largest. We
carry 32 Stand-
ard makes o f
Chickering &, Sons, Emerson, Mehlin,
Kurtzman, Strohber, Haines Bros.,
Marshall & Wendall, Hobart M. Cable,
Lakeside, Cable Nelson. Hoffman.
Bush & Lane, Haddorff and 20 other
makes. A delight to the eye. a joy to
the ear and refreshing to the soul.
We are not strangers to Shawnee
people—we have 5 Bargain Pianos at
509 North Broadway, Shawnee.
Reduced Prices and
t PHONE 1030
• OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA
Ladies' Underwear Dept. at The Mammoth
Is Running-Over With Good Things. Good Quality Ladies' Vests, 3 for 25c; Good Quality Ladies' knit Pants 25c. Better
Ones if You Like. Union Suits from 25c to $1.00, Including Extra Sizes for Large Ladies. In Muslin Underwear we
Show You the Best Values in Corset Covers, Drawers and Skirts we Have Ever Shown
-W (!■■!) I'll liillilMiiM
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