The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 147, Ed. 1 Friday, June 7, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News*
FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1907.
Tiy a Want Ad
Phone 931 Shawnee, Okla.
DR. A. C. ADAMS.
Office Over Harryman's Drug Store.
Residence 513 N. Park.
DR. J. H. SCOTT
Kesidence : 0 North Beard Street
Orncs Phonb 190 Res.Phonki48
•fflce in Whtttaker Building.
Shaw neb, Oklahoma.
DRS. CARTER A WILSON.
lye, kar. Now and Tkrwrt. .
Ql m Fitted.
XBc« WhltUker Bid*.. Rm I, (, 7, 1.
Hons to li a m.. 2 to « p. m.
Bbtwne«, Okla , Pkoat 7M
Dr. Marvin Bailey
Diseases of Women and Children a
Dr. Mary Johnson, Assistant.
Main and Bell streets, over Postal
JOSEPH HAIGH, M, D,
Chronic Pelvic, M a 1 i g-
naht, Rectal and Venerial
I \ t aonopci
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
WILLIAM H. DODGE
Collections, Commercial Law, Conveyancing.
All Instruments of writing accurately drawn
.r.d acknowledgements taken.
0*ee room 13 over First National Bank ■—
MR*. W. E. JACKSON'!
WHITI ROBE COMPLEXION
Aad vo* will im aa tkar
Far Mia at all dron1"**-
J. . BURNETT,
Agent for tka Rlchardaoa-Oaj Oil Oo
ladlgent eompaay offlca aoatfc ol
IU>ck Island, otk.r aid* of vladaet oil
Bell .treat. H*
TOLL THE COUCH
'nd CURE THE LUNGS
"™ Dr. King's
Ouaranteed for all THROAT and
LUNG TROUBLES, or MONET
10 BLOWN 10 ATOMS.
Car Loaded With Gasoline
I Assistant Attorney General Is
|g j of Same Opinion.
How to live on 16 cents a day. The
mind as well as the body Is benefited
by economy In eating. There's no
health giver like a diet of Holllster's
Rocky Mountain Tea. In a startling
way It keeps you going. 35 cents.
Tea or Tablets. Shawnee Drug Co. •
Austin. .J nne 7 Notwithstanding
the visit of the attorney of the Liquor
Dealers' association and several mem
BODIES WERE SCATTERED.! hers of the legislature, Assistant At
j torne.v General Claud Pollard will no
r \xi- j * .l «/.|| a , recall his opinion to the controller
Every Window In the Vdlage Broken 1
. n,. r .. . c. i . ' holding that the Raskin-McGregor bill
ana Chimney* ror Milet Shaken to ... , f, . .
. | will have the effect of causing the sa
Piece. Owing to the Fr.ghtiul Force lf>ons |Q 1>>main c|o8ed while tht. npW
of the Explosion. I licenses are being taken out. The
j present licenses would expire on Jul>
Reddick, 111., June .-Three per I "• anf ' wo"'d hp ,en ° 'w"ty
■ days before the new formula for
Fons were killed here Tuesday night curing a liquor dealer's license could
by an explosion of a -ar loaded with be gone through with.
gasoleue. One of the men killed was | Tht* attorney for the liquor dealers
Fred Hutting, a barber of Reddick
failed to convince Mr. Pollard of any
error, and the opinion as written.
The names of the other two men are | s|a,1()8 g, |(..|s, fm. the pre,„nt Fl„
ther investigation might change Mi
unknown, as they were strangers, hav
lng come to Reddick on a freight train
earlier In the afternoon. The three
men, together with several other per
sons, were watching three freight car^
burn that had become ignited from a*
hot box on one of the trucks. As the
train neared the junction of the Chi
OSes pkim. 114, rasldeaaa 114.
Office 112 N. Br«*way.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
WALKER & WISHART, Props
fteneral Btora|*. Cratlnf n4
JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION, NOR-
FOLK, VA.—Via direct lines,
on sale dally, season tick-
ets 153.60, sixty day tickets
148.15, fifteen day tickets (38.36. Via
New York, one direction only, season
tickets $66.95, sixty day tickets $46.-
95. Good stop over prlvlllges allowed
east of St. Louis and Chicago.
MEXICO CITY—One tare for round
trip, on sale 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, oa sale
July 11, 12 and 1*, limited to July
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.—American
Medical Association, $40.66 for the
round trip, on sale May 30th, June
1st and 2d, llmted to June 10th.
LOS ANGELES A SAN FRANCIS-
CO, CALIA. $60.00 for the round
trip, tickets on sale June 8th to 15th
inclusive with final limit, August 31st,
1907. TheBe tickets carry excellent
stop-over privileges In both directions
also side trips at very stna'l addi-
SEATTLE 4 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 A SAN FRANCIS
CO, CALIA.—$52.00 for the round
trip, on sale June 22nd to July 5th
with final return limit limit Septem
ber 16th, excellent stop-over privilege
In both directions.
SUMMER TOURIST ROUND TRIP
RATES TO THE FOLLOWING
Chicago, III, $30.75.
St. Louis, Mo.. $24.25.
Denver, Colo., $26.45.
Glenwood Springs, Colo., $36.
Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Trin-
idad, Colo., $24.
Las Vegas, Santa Fe and Cloud-
croft, N. M, $28.60.
Albuquerque and Demlng, N. M.t
and El Paso, Texas, $31.50.
Delta, Grand Junction and Montrose
Colo., and Ogden, Green River, and
Price. Utah, $39.45.
Mexico City, Mexico, $46.
Celaya, Mexico, $40.60.
Durango, Mexico, 141.05.
Saltlllo, Mexico, $29.10.
San Luis Potosl, Mexico, $36.25.
Torreon, Mexico, $34.16.
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
San Diego, Cal., via direct lines, $60.
Via diverse routes, $76.50.
Prescott, Phoenix and Grand Can-
yon, Ariz, $66.
Portland, Ore, and Seattle and Ta-
coma, Wash, $66.
Spokane, Wash, $61.
Helena, Butte and Anaconda, Mont,
Pocatello, Idaho, $47.50.
Tickets to all above points are on
sa'e dally June 1 to September 30
with final return limit of October SI,
Tickets to nearly all of the above
WOOD A BON paints carry splendid stop-over prlvi-
If you are contemplating a trip this
Phone 10€1 No. Ill N. Ball gummer> don't fail to see me, as we
cago, Indiana and Southern railway
and the Wabash railroad the car with
the hot box was derailed. Two others I
also loaded with oil. were also dragged j
into the ditch, and all (aught fire |
Rlk'ht next to these cars was another]
loaded with gasolene, which caught
fire. A fearful explosion followed
which broke all the windows in the
Tillage and demolished chimneys of
houses for miles around. The three
men killed, who were standing close
to the gasolene car. were blown to
atoms, and the fragments of their
bodies scattered for 100 yards around.
No one was injured, as the trainmen,
who knew of the contents of the gaso-
olene ear, had fled to a safe distance
Several other cars, composing the train
Pollard's opinion, though nothing of
that kind has as yet been found,
though several members of the senate
and house, including the speaker of
the latter body visited Mr Pollard and
Attorney Cieneral Davidson in an at
' tempt to persuade them to the con-
May Remain Open.
Ran Antonio, .lane 7 A largely at
tended meeting was held bv local sa-
J loon men If is believed they will r«
j main open during the twen'y days As
i sistant Attorney General Pollard says
liquor selling will be illegal.
NEARLY ALL HURT.
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
Office and residence 125 1*2 North
Broadway. Phone 438.
Rea Phona 36. 0«ce phone MS
DR. C. C. VOUMAN1,
Whlttaker Bldf. Shawnee, Okla.
J. A. WELLS
Over Mann's Drug Store.
Otoe aa a trial with your cleaning
and pressing. We press your clothes
in the smartest styles.
LOOK NEAT CLUB, PHONE §26
Room 20 Beard, Kennedy & Wheeler
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
)fflce phone 197, residence phone 11J2
Q. E. TABLER
Contractor and Plasterer
Conor 11th and Klmborly Btroet
dr. chab. d. ball
All chronic alimenta a specialty. #t
flea orer Roy Jenkins', corner Mais
aad Broadway. Examination free a'
office, Shawnee, Okla. Phoae €14
B. P. HARRISON
BRICK AND BTONE WORK
1S10 North Broadway
AFTER H AR RI MAN.
Legal Proceedings Are to Be Instituted
Washington, June .—After a con
ference with President Roosevelt. Com-
missioner Lane of the interstate com-
merce commission announced that be-
fore July 1 legal proceedings would
be instituted to compel E. H. Harriman
to answer questions propounded to him
by members of the commission at the
recent hearing in New York when the
merger of the Harriman lines was un
der investigation. Previous to this
conference with the president Com-
mlssionei Lane had conferred with
Frank B. Kellogg, special counsel for
the government in the Standard Oil
prosecutions, and It was arranged that
Mr. Kellogg hou'.d represent the gov
ernment In t! — < a-e to l e brought
HOT METAL OVERTURNED.
Two Wen Were Fatally Burned, and
Another Dangerously So.
Birmingham. June -An electric
car crashed into a train loaded with
fifteen tons of molten ihet il at North
Blrm " am at 1:30 Wedm . day, over
turning 'ho hut pots on the .• r. which
was ■ utirely • onsumed. fa My burning
two men and dangerously injuring an
other The two men wl" were fa
tally burned are Motorman '* Caldwell
and Deputy Sheriff A C Cuhley C.
C. Stiles, another deputy, w,
injured by the force of flu
Fifty Seven Out of Sixty Passengers
Nashville. June 7 —Going at a speed
of between twenty and thirty miles
an hour Southern railway passenger
train No 2 plunged off a fifteen foot
embankment at Black Branch, near
Lebanon, Tenn, thirty three miles east
of Nashville, injuring some fifty-seven
people out of a total of sixty aboard
Two passenger coaches, the mail
and baggage Vara left the track.
No one seems to know just what
caused the wreck. It Is stated that a
spreading rail was the cause Anothei
report was that the front trucks of
the tender of the engine jumped the
track and threw fhe baggage car and
two passenger coaches off the tr.'i
The relief train which was sent front
here returned hearing the wounded,
who were hurried to the hospitals,
Birmingham. June 7. A special
from Jackson, MIm says that the
Mississippi railroad commission, si
ting as a board of equalization h
creased the assessment of the prop-
erty of common carriers $2,500,000,
making fh* total assessment about
$48,000.0(i" The heaviest increase way
on the Mobile, Jackson and Kansas
City line amounting t« about $1,000
000 The Cumberland Telephone com
pany was ;n-o increased about $250
Mutiny Breaks Out.
St. Petersburg. June 7.—A mutiny
broke out among a squad of Huzzars
of the guards stationed at Tsarskoe
Selo, to which the imperial family had
just removed The mutineers were
promptly surrounded and disarmed b
other troops, and order was restored
without any bloodshed.
COLEMAN KILLS LINDSAY.
Both Young Men Members of Proml
nent Old Dominion Families.
Danville Va.. June —George Llnd
pay of Lynchburg, Va.. shot and In-
stantly killed Joseph P. Coleman, a
young man and member of one of the
most prominent families of the state.
He was arrested near this city while
attempting to make his escape on foot.
The fight occurred when young Cole-
man interfered in a quarrel between
Lindsay and a woman. Coleman is a
grand nephev of General W. L. Cabell
of Dallas. Tex. who is commander of
the Transmisslssippl department of
the United Confederate Veterans.
Of all the fruits that are in the land
That grow on bush or tree,
I would gve up the choicest ones
For Rocky Mountain Tea.
Shawnee Drug Store.
Shawnee, O. T.
- COUNTRY CLUB."
Cleaners and Dyers.
117 1-2 East Main St Phone 118.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. Spec-
ial attention given ladles' garments.
Phone 848 202 8 Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy, Prop.
Will do work In any part of city
Call ma by phone. Recommended by
can surely interest you.
For further particulars call on or
GEO. P. NELSON,
Agent Santa Fe.
L . rt o|ferftie<l by li I
Only school in
. n > •<■«. M
Tna McMiiti0ft-Tl(tH School. Arktnm Cltj. Km
ROUND TRIP 75c
Special train via M., K. & T.
Leaves Shawnee, 9:40 a. m.
Returing at 7 p. m. Sunday.
Wichita vs. Oklahoma City.
Many Special Features
At Delmar Garden.
Ask the Agent about It
Fought Knife Duel.
Ashland. Miss., June 7 - Mat \ In and
Don Mathers fought a duel with knives
here while drinking Marvin was kill
ed instantly and Don. with a number
of wounds in his body, is not expected
Lasted Ten Seconds.
San Francisco, June 0.—An earth
quake shock lasting ten seconds was
felt here Wednesday morning. No
Dies Sitting In a Chair.
Fort Worth, June 7.—Henry Clay
Henwod. eighty-two years old, died
at the Avenue hotel while sitting In a
Banquet to Vice President.
Chattanooga, June 7.—The Society
of Chaitanoogans banquetted Vice
Quanah, Tex.. Is to soon have paved
Lightning killed three mules near
Lotus club at New York will erect
a $600,000 hon e
Grayson county has a large peanut
acreape this year.
St George hotel Dallas. Is to havt
a five-story annex
There are In the city of Dallas 13.11'
children of scholastic age.
A small black bug is attacking cot
ton in Lamar county, Texas.
J. W. Byrnes, n prominent resident
of Gah < ton i dead at Dallas.
Traffic at Lake Charles, La , hat1
been resumed, the flood subsiding.
Sheriff McCracken of Barber county
Kansas. wn« acquitted at Chickasha
I. T. • He was accused of the murder
of Adam V . rd n< at Tuttle, I. T , in
Dr. J S. Halley, a former newspaper
man at I)• nton, T<-\ lied at San An
County Jud'.es and Commlssioaers
Associate n of Texas meets June 2(5
at Miner \V
Hall d« ■ < • rops In a radius
near Sny (■ >v miles wid<
J. S Armstrong has donated 100
acres jus-' m • Dallas as the sift
for the Tev.i 1 • i. • t university
At Tulsa, I. T.. B 1 Brurumelt. a
deaf mute, pleaded guilty to criminal
assault on Rosa Williams, fourteen
years old. Sentence was reserved.
STATEMENT OK THE CONDITION
Shawnee National Bank
As made to the Comptroller of the Cunency. at tne cl<«-e
Saturday January 2b, igoy
Time Loans -
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures
Bonds and Premiums
Cash Advanced on Cotton $ 91,197.40 [
Cash and Sight Exohange 340.527,38
Capital Stoek and Surplus Funds - #104,447.57
Circulation - .... 50.000.00
Total .... $988,580.26
The above statement is correct. Jno. W. Jones, Cashier
( B. F. Hamilton
Attest < J. M. Aydelotte V Directors
( H. T. Douglas i
Our Co.nparativa Stalemant Shoeing Browtn ot Oaposltt:
S3.8B 7 Ol
25 Doz. Child's Knit Waists, fuil taped,
two rows of buttons. They never sell
at less than 15c. On sale at
10 Cents Each
20 Dozen Ladies' Shirt Waists, new
designs, none of them are worth less
Madden, Jarrell & Gee
"The Place to Buv Values"
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