The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 139, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 29, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Shawnee News
WEDNESDAY MAY 29. 7907.
10 c Per Week
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
COMMITTEES FOB SUNDAY
A bill in jour ; octet It batter this
two !n a collector * bands
Tbe man who ko*p« bis temper
through out bouse cleaning time Is a
saint and ought to be canonized.
If Justice were to suddenly recover
her sight resi>ectabie society would
throw several kinds of fits, ma/be.
The following committees have
been appointed for tne State Sunda*
School convention to be held In Shaw
nee, Oklahoma August 20, 21 and
Finance—John W. Jones, chairman
G. H. Kerfoot. W. A. Rugglee, Rev
L. Wolfe, Fred W. Chrlsner, Rev
Ground a-—S J Roy chairman, Kcv
btay, W. T. billion
Entertainment—lite E MeKlD
nit chairman. Miry .MeDlvltt, M-*
Emma Mead, Mrs. J. H. Scott. C. W
Johnson, Geor<* W .i.si tin.
~ i Music—A. H Goss ling, chairman
Son.. p~p:e can draw on ttelr tm ! Frao„ A Truet. w Q D,cklon
igln«tlon > «ucb «n eitent that ther
re thereby enabled to draw on a ;8treeter. w- K Huwelman.
bmk. Btich people a re true artists. i Press—Mrs. Hender«nn, chairman,
Rer. Frank L. Van Voorbls, J. C
Success Is tbe thing tbst makes tbs Whltson.
«her fellow want what yon hav, 1 Uiber,_Arehi(1 Watsoc chal,m„u
A girl hates dishwashing bj right of
When a young man Is In lore b«
can't see why tbe rest of the world
Robert Yaklah W. P. Dlx Arllr Ixij
may consider yourself extremely bap- < Ps£e® W. B Crossan, chairman
Under ordinary circumstances yam
ay consider yourself ext
py If you aren't miserable.
Hyde Loy, Victor Mead. Paul Reed
' l eon Daniel. Ed Hanklns, Tommle
The girl who doesn't know that sht Whit taker.
TLwo essential Hbmgs IReqiuvefc in an
11p=to=5)ate IRews anb 3ob ©fftce.
Me IDave Hbem.
Kuroki Delights Packers.
Chicago, May 29.—"This is a great
day for a battle."
"Chicago army meat is the kind
for the soldiers to fight on."
"We took Port Arthur on the kind
of meat that is in these tin cans."
General Kuroki uttered these state-
ments in the Chicago stock yards. He
was the center of an admiring group
of Americans and Japanese, the guest
of honor in the great packing town
where the food of the armies of the
world is prepared by tbe great armies
The general saw everything from
th .< lake froot to Mayor Busse and
was th^n escorted back to the stock
yards where he dined with the Saddle
and Sirloin clubs.
Prisoner is Kaiuas City Man.
The alleged bank robber arresUd
ast Friday night by Sheriff Grace nd
Deputy Carr asserts that his nam • is
Gee.. Murphy, and that his home i., In
Kansas City. The real charge against
him has not yet been made known to
him for obvious reasons, and the spe-
cific charge upon which he was com-
mitted is vagrancy. The prisoner ha®
little to say, and naturally, aince he
has not been informed of the sus-
picion held against him, he has not-
discussed his guilt or Innocence in j
the matter at all. When the proper i
time comes he will be brought face I
to face with the accusation. In the'
meantime he will be held pending
would make a bowling success as an
actress is a person of rare discrimina-
Up to Date.
The bunriar with a bualneaa bent
Went out one winter night
And organized a ateal trust—
Say, wasn't he all rightT
The Life Insurance
mudde has started tbe public to
thinking The wonderful success
that has met Ballard's Horebound
Syrup in Its crusade on Coughs, In-
fluents. Bronchitis and all Pulmon
•ry troubles—has started the public
to thinking of this wonderful prepa
ration. They are all using it Join
t't* procession and down with sick-
ness Price 26c. 60c snd 11.00. 8old
by all Irugglsts •
Why Are They Punished T
If some philanthropist were to start
Do You Lov 1 80P,et^ ^or tfc* prevention of cruelty
. . . ,, U *6 to rugs aud carpets the entire male
your baby? You wonder why he popn|aUon vould rise up aa one man
cries. Buy a bottle of white Cream and becoDje charter members.
Vermifuge and he will never cry. It is a mlw\*ke that man takes a
Most babies have worms, and tbe c,ub aml l*sts n rug because he has
mothers don't know It, White's ^or ^oot mat. He does It to
keep peace In the family. Tbe wife
whom be has sworn to love calls his
Cream Vermifuge rids the child of
worms and cleans out its system In a
pleasant way. Every mother should
ktep a bottle of this medicine in the
house. With It, fear need never en-
jter her mind Price 26c. Scld by
all druggists •
Lawton Merchant a Victim.
Oklahoma City, May 29.-—Car thiev-
es are at work again in this city. A
bold daylight robbery occurred thl?
jnorining at th*- Frisco tracks in
which the seals were broken off one
car and twe've pairs of shoes were
The car was stationed at the time
near the Frisco section house. Sev-
eral yard men were working about
the place at the time and despite
the disadvantages for such a robbery
two men walked up to the car and
helped themselves to the shoes. There
were plenty of other goods in the car
at the time but the robbers left them f
in uo clue left to identifv
Will Try Probate Court.
Concord, N. H., May 29.—It was an-
nounced that in tbe event of an ad
verse decision upon the motion of
the three trustees of Mrs. Eddy in the
lawsuit for leave to intervene and be-
come plaintiffs, Mrs. Bddy's son.
George W Cover, and other "next
friends" will resort to the probate
court and petition for the appointment
jof guardian for the aged Pastor Emer-
litM* *be Christian Scientists, on the;
round that she Is unfllt to properly
care for herself or her property.
lawyers all agree that guardian
jnhip proceedings would be the plan
i lost likely to succeed should the bill
attention about three times a day to
the fact that the rug needs beating,
and finally he takes off hla coat and
administer* punishment, although in
bit owu mind there may be grave
doubts aa to the rug's gvlit.
8lnple banded and against tbe united
women of the household a man scarcely
dares to rise up in rebellion, but let
some one with nerve start a ruga* pro
tective asso< at ion and he will flock to
It as naturally us the K"UU8 hobo grav-
itates toward the free lunch counter
It's an 111 Wind.
Tbe ■\inun- r ra daarends in aheeta.
With thunder from the weat;
The onloi * ui.d (he tender beets
Ila excellence att*et
Arising from their dusty beda.
They . i the welt ome dew,
And lifting up their grateful heada.
They grow an inch or two.
lection men remem
in equity fail, and the
the "next friends" are
said to have
ber seeing several tramps moving! . . .... _ t
. k^.. . .i w .. - nt« rtained this view for a long time
about the car but thought nothing of •
the affair. Two of the men were seen (
to be moving west alone: the track If You Don't.
having in th*?Ir possession several succeed tbe first time use Herblne
'undies The police v.< put on the and you will get instaut relief. Ths
i"h'i'-ry but h iv. made; greatest liver regulator. A positive
no arrests. The goods were con- cure for constipation, Dyspepsia, Ma-
signed from a St. Louis firm to a laria, Chills and all liver complaints.
Lawton merchant Mr. c—, of Emory, Texas, writes:
My wife has been using Herblne for
herself and children for five years.
It is a sure cure for constipation and
I love to hear the danh and pour
Of wafer on the pane—
Tbe garden hoee I sling no more
When cornea the autnmer rain
Other Ways to Get II
"He doesi seem to be much of s
"Well, I siw him buying an umbrel-
She Believes It
Decoration—E H Dahlinger, chair
man. Frank Woods, E. A. Bradford
Robert Wood, Ulah Bash am, Ralph
Reed Rollie Ephland, Rev. Adams
Reception—A. E. Kennedy, chair
man. Rev. F. A. Colwell. Mrs. Vallie
McKee, Miss Jim Dickson, Miss
Grace Robertson. Miss Bloom Egger
man, Miss Zoe Kennedy, Mrs. Stans
bury, Rev. 8. A. Fulton, Rev. Savage
The above named committees will
meet at the M. E. church Monday ev-
ening, April 29. at which time Mr
Rogers, state secretary, will be here
and will assist In laying plans for thle
great convention We desire to have
all the committees present and all
other Sunday school workers also.
1-et me mall you f ee, to prove
now Dr. Shoop's Restorative sold by
storative. Write for my free book
samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restora
tlve, and my Book on either Dyspep
sit., 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
mon error of treating bymptoms only
Symptom treatment Is treating the
result of your ailment, and not the
cause. Weak stomachh nerves—the 1
Inside nerves—means stomach weak
nees. always And the heart ami
Kidneys as well, have their inside or
controlling nerves. Weaken these
nerves, and you inevitably havt i
weak vital organs Here Is where
Dr Shoop's Restorative has made it*
fame. No other remedy even clalme j
to treat the "Inside nerves." Also
for bloating, bllllonsness, bad breath
or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's R«
Wallace Mann •
We Are H
Twelve hundred dollars has beei.
awarded a Missouri woman for the
loss of a dimple. That's cheap. Many
a man has mortgaged his life for on.
of the same things—and been happy !
For Plain, Fancy and Orna=
mental Job Work
(live Us a Call Today and be
Convinced. All work guar-
anteed to be First=Class ....
Corner Main and Philadelphia
New South Wales offers $?,0 a head
toward the passage money of approved
agriculturists and domestic servants to
that colony, and $20 a head for other
Now If you wish to make money malaria fever, which Is substantiates
buy * pslr of those beautiful lots In l y what It has done for my family."
Maywood Addition, which I am offer- Sold by all druggists •
lng at $60 each, $10 cash and $5 per
month. Remember this price will
only itay on until a 1mlted number
Is sold Drop me a card or phone me
and let us show you this property.
D. A Crafton, Cor. Main and Bfoad-
way, Phone 614. 29tf
Office rooms In the Pottawatomie
Replevied a Dog.
Judge Reasor heard a case this
morning wherein a dog was replevied.*
The dog had changed hands several
times and ownership was claimed by
two different parties.
Wonderful Eczema Cure.
"Our little boy had eczema for five
Because i\ frllow feeds his wife
A bv.shel of hot air
She thinka he leade the strenuous life
And has a load of care
And when for him she heavea a sigh
He slowly winks the other eye.
"Johnnie, don't let me see you do
•och a tb!ng again."
"All right, mamma. Will yon pleese
tarn your head?"
The married man should begin now j
to save up for next year s Easter hat. \
By laying aside only a dollar a week
for this purpose, he can achieve quite
a satisfactory result.
The people of Colorado are so con
fldent that publicity pays large divi
dends that they are going to spend
a fund in advertising the state's re
The scientific name of the green
bug that threatens the wheat crop is
toxoptera graninum. Take it home and
try it on your graphophone.
Every judge in Baden, before he
takes his seat on the bench, 1b re-
quired by law to pass two weeks, like
a common prisoner, in jail.
With the Soil
"Are you bungr; . Johnnie?"
i ,. , Tes, n: ...aa, I terribly hungry If
I said the case was hopeless, his lungs you ! - - 7
affected. We then employed abortcak
bufdlng. Apply to F. A. Stone. 22-tf ears," writes N. A. Adams. Henri-
-tta. Pa. "Two of eur home doctors
The King of 10c cigars, long Havana feeing
Booked Filler. The choicest of Vueta1 other doctors but no benefit resulted I
xbajo Havana. Any dealer will re-!By chance we read about Electric
•'ind your money if not pleased with: Bitters; bought a bottle and soon
Dictator. i noticed Improvement We continue
got any of that strawberry
Noll Makes and Guarantees
I! • Favorite.
C**' ro' ' Wore the ewln
Th"v • conis with scorn.
To m.i! u . alt with the pi*
Tea* h!/n S load of OSTSi
Sent Back to Jal.
A prisoner named Morris, a crippled
barber who has berfn .*t.*vlng time or'
tempting to jump a board bill, was, Beautify your homes.
this medicine until several bottles
were used, whes our boy was com C-iite ^
pletelT cured." *>«t of .11 Won, -Wh.« m.ko/v!'' n-^bor Mil hta
aiediclses and body building healts dog Borne''"
"Becntie*. th;it Imd boy of hie mak *
released from the county Jar yes-
terday, but broke in again last night
for drunkenness and using abusive
Beddiug plants, hedges and scrubs
Landscape Work a specialty.
See Conover, Florist,
Ninth and Broadv ay. 10-tf
"To live )<>
•ut of our v
by For Then*.
w make pia>
Farmer are advised by the agricul-
tural department to use skunks to ex
terminate grasshoppers Why not
try gasoline automobiles?
a lone bandit in Montana robbed n
stage of $28.00ft Unfortunately it wa?
not stage money he got.
Call at our stone please for a
free sample of Dr. Shoop's "Health
Coffee. If real coffee disturbs your
8tomach, 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. •
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It tell? you how in combination with
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tells you how to market with greatest
profit what yoti have produced.
It has departments of
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mother, .son, daughter—and
each department contains clean, reliable, interesting,
instructive, original matter, prepared specially for Farm
and Ranch. No second hand or done over articles
printed first in other editions or
No whisky, patent medi-
cine or other injurious, fraudu-
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Farm and Ranch don't
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advertising columns lure you
into the clutches of .those who
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prepared articles by successful men and women who
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Its Household l\fP*rtment is edited by a woman of
experience and ability,
who is assisted by
many of tbe most
able aud re-
fined w o -
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civilization begins and ends with thi piow* ohhwrts'
The Children's Department is pre-
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esting than any similar department
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