The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 147, Ed. 1 Friday, June 7, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 1907.
Try a Want Ad
In England and France the Salt
of Alum Baking Powder is pro-
hibited by law because of the in-
jurious effects that follow its use.
The law in the District o<
Columbia also prohibits AIwtQ
You may live where a yet yon have no protection against Alum
The only sure protection against Alum in your Baking Powdc* is to
ROYAL is made from Absolutely pure Cream of Tartar,—a pure Grape
product • Aids digestion—adds to the healthfuhiess oI food.
Haywood about First Meeting in New Hali
I The Eagles bad a big time at their
i ; this?"
"Yes. Pettibone said all right, but - , .... . „ , .
Haywood said he did not want this meeting in their new hall last
done, because th executive board was n,sht. Over a dozen new members
in session and he -lid not want any I were taken in. the active business of
thine to orrtii -his time He told the meeting being followed by refresh-
us to lay off for awhile We remained'
In the city. Mit did not aro to headquar-
• ters much."
Next Orchard declared. Pettibone
j suggested the assassination of Lyle
Gregory a deputy sheriff Orchard
j said he. Pettibone and Adams located
'he man in a sloon drunk When Greg
ory started from the neighborhood Or
chard said he shot three times with a
j sawed off shotgun. Pettibone left the
I party before the shooting. Asked
whether he killed Gregory, Orchard
said he believed he did
Orchard then told of running awa>
and hiding his gun Next day he saw
Haywood Pettibone and Jack Simp
"They all expressed themselves as
well pleased with the job."
"Where was Moyer at this time?"
"He was in jail at Tellurlde "
Orchard said there was no specific
arrangement as to the amount of
money to be paid for the taking off
of Gregory He received $100 the next
day, and had been getting money from
headquarters right along. Orchard
said Haywood. Pettibone. Simpkins
and Sherman Parker "wanted some-
thing pulled off In Cripple Creek
merits and music by the rink band led
by Prof. C'leland. There was a large
attendance at the meeting, which was
an enthusiastic one.
Among tt}ose who had wings put on
were the following: Messrs. Ott,
Clark, and Stein, boilermakers: Delhi.
Fisher and Cribbs, machinists; Dock
Helmick,, conductor: Will Estes, con-
tractor; E. D. Reasor (reinstated),
Harvey lister, pressman: Perry Tar-
button, painter; W. J. Cassity, steam
fitter. There were also a number of
New Multiple flavored.
New Orleans, June .—A moveinet t
to have cotton handled in multiple
of seventy-five instead of fifty-bale
lots has been inaugurated here by the
Rock Island railway It is declared
the railroads can now load seventy-live
bales to the car. and that seventy-li\e
should be made the unit for the sake
of economy in handling
Sent to Tokio.
St. Petersburg, June 6.—Final drafts
of the Russo Japanese commercial
| treaty have beer, completed and sent
to Tokio for approval. The answer n'
| the emperor of Japan is expected dui
lng the latter part of the present
month The treaty will remain in
force for five .ears, according to the
J Novoe Vremya. and will be more polit
leal than of an economical charactei
The protocal covering negotiations
i will be made public in the yellow book
! when the treaty is signed.
Doing a Big Milling Business.
The Shawnee Milling Co. Is certaiuly
doing a big business these days. The
home of Shawnee Chief flour has long
been recognized as one of Shawnee's
great industrial establishments, but
few perhaps are aware of the amount
of stuff put out monthly. For the
past thirty days the mill has been run-
ning 24 hours per day in order to keep
up with the demands for their product.
Last month they shipped out 21 car
loads of flour, besides what was used
bv local customers. This is certainly
a good record, and Is an indication of
what the company Is doing in the mill-
Birmingham, Ala, June .—Follow-
ing a mass meeting of the trade unions
of the Birmingham district, President
J. E. Jacobs of the Trades Council is
sued an order declaring off the general
strike in sympathy with the locked
out street railway employes, called by
an order promulgated Saturday.
courses. The proposition looked good
and a committee consisting of S. P.
Larsh, George L. Rose and E. W. Mil-
ler was appointed to take the matter
up in detail and make a report. It is
believed that it would greatly assist
in enlarging the scope of the city's
business and help It to stretch out to
Denied by Guatemala.
Guatemala City June —The report
that foreigners are being mutilated is
Postmaster Forty Years.
Nashville. June 7 -Richard M An
derson resigned as postmaster at Blufl
Point. Tenn. He had been postmaster
of that place for forty years. He was
doing actual service in the Confeder-
ate army when appointed.
Cigarmakers on Strike.
Pau. France, June 7.—A slight earth
cigarmakers are on strike for better
Passed Over Wires Leading to Bomb
Over Which Peabody Was Passing
ORCHARD TESTIFIES^ TO PLACING 1HE 60MB
Death Dealing- Weapon had Been
Placed Under Sidewalk, But Plot
Bol-. |(l.i . June 7 Han . Orchard ' oou*- w,ta t#e asiUr<">" ■>« could cet
more whenever he wanted It
resumed M- testimony Thursday I y j 0rchard 8a|d Haywond aakod
giving tne names of several persons h«> j him "to go to work on Judge Oabbert
■Jet at San Francisco when he went
there to assinate Fred Bradle-
who a formerly manager tf the
Buiih' i li; i and Sullivan mines in the
Ooeiir d Alene district of Idaho. Th. se
name.-i \s t ! e related in order to pave
th«; wa for a pfn-dble corroboration of
Orchard testimony at this point
Orchard said he was* known a part of
the time h- was at San Kraut iscp by
the name of Barry
I.eav;' g California. Orchard return
©d to . N nvti weailng Ui« uniform of
a soldier He said he immediately
called up Pettibone by telephone Pei
tlbon^ a.-ked me how Bradley was
continued Orchard ! told him Brad
ley was still alive when I left San
Frarw wro hur It 's reported he
wo'ild !o.-*- his eye-itht and probably
be deaf fc r the r.* . hi lif Petti
bon > *aid -har he would .. tter off
If he had killed him outnght. that
Bradle> would now be a living ex-
ample." Orchard ^aid he ask d for
aoney and received from Petti-
of the supreme court of Colorado.
said "Judge Oabbert," Orchard went
on. "had been rendering decision-
against Moyei who we were trying to
get out ol Telluride jail on habea
corpus I went to Jud'.e Oabbert
house the following Sunday night with
Steve Adams and a shotgun, but
did not see the judg«'
"Haywood also wanted us to try
again wf Governor Peabody, saving h
did not care how we uot rid of him
At this time it seemed Peabod> was
about be elected for another term
StevM Adams. Billy Acherman and I
set to work and made a bomb We
put if under the sidewalk at Thir
teenth stre.-t and Grant avenue in
Denver The governor walked alone
there ever- morning. Adams and I
watched for the governor until he
came out Just as the governor walk-
ed over the place where the bomb was
two heavy roal wagons came out of
an alley ami passed over the wire lead
lng to the bomb and we could not pull
TELLS TERRIBLE TALE.
Crimes Cowardly Confessed to
and Implicates Others.
Boise. Ida June 7. The promise by
the special prosecutors for the state
that they would later, by proof and
connection, legitimatize his testimony
opened the way like a flood gate tc
the whole diabolical story, and
throughout the entire day Wednesday
Harry Orchard, in the Haywood case
went on from crime recital to crime re
cital, each % succeeding one seemingl>
more revolting than those that had
Orchard confessed that as a mem-,
ber of the mob that wrecked the Bun-
ker Hill and Sullivan mill in the Couer
d'Alenes. he lighted one of the fuses
that carried fire to the giant explo-
sives conf' sed that he set the death
trap in the Vindicator mine at Crip-
ple Creek that blew out the lives of
Superintendent McCormick and Fore-
man Beck: confessed that because he,
hi.d no, t.ecn paid for his first attempt Ranchman Weds Fort Worth Girl,
at \iolen • In the Vindicator mine he r. „ .. . T
had been tr. ,,herous to his associate.! Kl Reno' 0Ua" June ' _Dou Jose
by warning the managers of the pj0r iGonzaIu8 a native of Spain, but now
^nce and Cripple Creek railway that Ia resident of Amarlllo, Texas, and Miss
thej. was a plot to blow up their j u. L. Brashear, of Fort Worth, were
of'^hrtC'u.;,,,arr,ed by n° -j- ■phe,,>s pr,,bate
body of Detective Lyle Gregory of Jt,(lge- The don ,s a ver>' wealthy
Denver killing him instantly <ont'ess- man. owning a large ranch and several
ed that for days he stalke'd Governor j thousand head of cattle His bride
Peabody about Denver, waiting
Liveryman Lost His Rig.
Tulsa, I. T., June 7.—The right of
the federal government to confiscate
a rig in which liquor is being convey-
ed. rented by an innocent livery dealer,
will be questioned in the court here
by Arthur Antle, a liveryman of this
The federal officers seized a rig near
Red Fork, in which six cases of beer
were being brought from Keystone,
Okla., to Tulsa, which had been rented
that morning at Antle's barn by an
unknown party No one was In the
conveyance when the officers came
Antle thinks he ought not be made
to lose for what he is in no wise to
blame and seeks to recover his rig
which Is very valuable. The lay Is
explicit on this subject and In spite of
his efforts Mr. Antle may be out his
Alleged Murderers of Duffy Arrested.
Mangum. Okla, June 7.—In a recent
issue of the Post an article appeared
telling of the linding of the body of J.
J. Duffy, who had been murdered at
his home near Delhi, this county. Offi-
cers today arrested Milby Walkup of
that neighborhood and also his brother.
E. C. Walkup, who was located at Mc-
Queen. Ark., charging them with the
It was brought out in the coroner's
investigation that the last seen of
Duffy alive he was with these young
men, and that soon after that time the
o'der boy disappeared. A preliminary
trial will probably be held this week.
is a highly accomplished young lady
of one of the first families in Fort
: chance to Kill him; confessed that he
and St.-ve Adams set and discharged
i the mine under the depot at Independ-
i *Mice and instantly killed fourteen men,
and confessed that, falling in an at-
tempt to poison Fred Bradley of San
j Francisco, lie blew him and his house
up with a bomb.
Ok hard told of meeting Haywood
and Pettibone in Denver "They want-
ed to know if I could not work up
some scheme to assassinate Governor
Peabody of Colorado. They said they
could not net justice in the courts,
and the only way to get our rights wa*
to take the law Into our own hands A Happy Mother
They wanted me first to Bee If I oould ,|r.„ a .. , . . .
not «et acquainted with Governor Pea UH 8<>e that her baby 18 Pr°Per,y
body his ways. etc. and sec what ' ared for—to do this a good purgative
chan< e there was to assassinate hint is necessary. Many babies suffer from
I proceeded to watch him for some
time at the capitol and at his horn*
Causes Woman's Arrest.
El Reno. Okla, June 7—R. E. King
and wife living on a farm near Calu-
met filed a complaint against Sarah
M. Pritner, charging her with remov-
ing cattle that Mr King had taken
up because of their devasting his cot-
NATtONAi eucunr company
Get your five "senses to-
gether, then all aboard for
the grocer's for
the ginger snap
that has broken
on Grant avenue, three blocks rwb
from the rapitol.
"I reported to Haywood and PetM-
hone that there was a stona wall near
PeahodVs house from behind which
he could be .■aslly shot. Haywood sal !
he thoiiKht Steve Adams was the be<t
man for the worV 1 went to Tripp!
Creek and saw Adams about It He
said be whs ready for It—was ready for
asy other thine 1 nave Adams son*e
money and i aire awiv He said he
would come to Denv. r and telephone
me In a few iiavs Adam* followed nie
to Denver In three da\s I saw Adams
In the room ver Pettibone's store and
at headquarters Pettibone sold hm:*.,
specialties 1 told Haywood and Petti
bone that Steve was coming, and they
(aid all rltht
"When Steve (nH they cave him
some lnonc and Pettibone bought
Adaams a new suit of clothes and fi\
ed him up
I he oIfm gave Adams and me two
•awed off shotguns and shells loaded
with I ncksho" The guns were sawed
nlf so we could carry them under our
coir- Pattlhone tlrr m the (una
He got them from Federation head
'We watched for Peabody everv
night for li week, but did not see him
for a week We kepi utter him f<>-
three weeks. One night we saw a
had; come Jong and mm Into his
residence \\> Sf0ie up behind It with
our guns expecting to see the governor
get out Only two women alighted
however After this we were afraid
•0 go a there, for the women had
watched ns closely that night. We
then de. Idni we would try to use a
bomb, dlgiilng a hole In the sidewalk
and_buryln* It "
worms, and their mothers don't know
It. If your baby Is feverish and does'nt
sleep at nights, It Is troubled with
worms. White's Cream Vermifuge will
clean out these worms In a mild pleas-
ant way. Once tried always used. Give
It a trial Price 25c. All drug-
Natlce to Contractors.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids for the building of one cistern
at the Horace Mann school building
wl'l be received at the office of the
clerk of the board of education up to
12 o'clock noon, June IB, 1907.
Board of Education reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Plans
and specifications at the clerk's of.
6-7t J. O. KNOU8E, Clerk.
That isn't all you save
either. Vrn know people
who have drank Arbucklt s'
ARIOSA all their lives.
Look at them. They like
it and they haven't had to
quit drinking it.
Don't let any man sell
you something instead,
which may ruin your
City of Mexico, June 7—F. Morale*
*nd B. Mora were found guilty of th"
murder here of ex-President Barrilas
of Guatemala and given the death sen
Tecumseh After Normal.
The Chamber of Commerce of Te-
cumseh met Thursday night to con-
sider accepting the proposition of the
Indianola Business college to develop
a normal school along with their other
Good High School Course.
Will Brill has taken a position with
the State National bank of Shawnee
as a stenographer. He is another one
the graduates of the Shawnee High
school, where he took his commercial
course, that has proven the value of
the local High school course. Several
of this year's class have taken posi-
tions as stenographers and book-
keepers with local firms and all have
surprised their employers with their
competency on just coming out of
Says Orchard is Only "Liar."
Cheyenne, Wyo., June 7.—"Harry
Orchard is an unmitigated liar," heat:
edly declared Pat Moran, the Cheyenne
saloon keeper who was mentioned in
Harry Orchard's confession at Boise.
"I never sa wthe man in my life and I
never went to Denver to get $500 or
any other sum from Haywood, Moyer
or Pettibone for him or Neville.
"The man Is lying when he says I
did so. I did not act as agent for
him or anyone else. I am acquainted
with Pettibone and know him well."
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE UNION SAVINGS SANK
at Shawnee, in the Territory of Oklahoma, at the close of business June
N*ric*ud Pat« Ford
Law, Guartntee No.
2041, &U at WuL-
Loans and Discounts $ 53,108.61
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,066.70
Stocks. Bonds, Warrants, etc 2,161.43
Furniture and Fixtures 5,444.28
Checks and other Cash Items 770.48
Cash and Sight Exchange 63,749.1b
, LIABILITIES. |
Capita' Stock Paid In ) 25.000.00
Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes Paid 2,899.01
Individual Deposits Subject to Check 89,910.39
Time Certificates of Deposit 8,491.26
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Pottawatomie, ss.
I. O. M. Christner, cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true and that said Bank has no other liabil-
ities and is not endorser on any note or obligation other than that shown la
the above statement, to the best of my knowledge and belief, ao help me
G. M. CHRISTNER,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of June, 1907.
Correct-Attest: H. M. HARGRAVB.
(SEAL) Notary Public.
P. W. CHRISTNER,
V. W. MOHRBACHER,
G. M. CHRISTNER,
May 24, 1908, «,486.02
SEPTEMBER 4, 1906, $15.616.42
NOVEMBER 20. 1906, $20,641.32
MARCH 2, 1907. $33,288.09
JUNEI, 1907, S98.40l.65
Above we present our statement and with It figures showing our splen-
did 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.
V. W. MOHRBACHER, Vice Pres.
G. M. CHRISTNER, Cashier.
E. K. KNOUSE, Ass't Cashier.
Patronise yoar home graenhens^
they Lave a fall stock of roses, erlm-
so, ramblers, hybrids and tees, hearty
scrubs, at Conorer's greenhouse. Take
the Broadway street car to Indepen
dence ateose. and walk three blocks
Mrs. Clara White
224 West Main, Opposite;
Made in New York
SPECIALIZATION in each step of
clothes building assures the best results.
In the Alfred Benjamin it Co. organiza-
tion one expert studies style—another buys
directs the cutting
and tailoring pro-
cesses. The custom
tailor can only devote part of his time to
each. Therefore, the Benjamin product is
better than his and costs you less.
Correct Clothes for Men
Exclusive Agent Here.
Johnson & Dickson
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