The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 147, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 8, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News*
SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907,
Phone 931 Shawnee, Okla.
DR. A. C. ADAMS.
Office Over Harryman's Drug Store.
Residence 513 N. Park.
DR. J. H. SCOTT
Residence 330 North Ueard Street
Orrics Phohe 190 kes. Phoni 148
•tnce in Wblttaker Building.
DRS. CARTER A WILSON.
Bye, liar, Noaa and Throat. *
)fflce Whlttaker Bldf., Rmi. I, f, T, V.
Hou.s 9 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee, Okla., Phone 7M.
How to live on 15 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 Ho'llster's
Rocky Mountain Tea. In a startling
way It keeps you going. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Shawnee Drug Co. •
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, Malig
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
WILLIAM H. DODGE
Collections. Commercial Law, Conveyancing
All instruments of writing accurately drawn
and acknowledgements taken.
OfBee room 13 oter First National BaDk —
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'®
WHITE ROSE COMPLEXION
And yoa will n e mo ether.
Far aala at all dr«tglsta.
J. •. BURNETT,
Agent for the Rtehardsoa-Oaj Oil Co
Indigent company office wrath ol
Rock Island, other aide of rladact mi
Bell street *-*■
■V, CURE THL LUNCS
""" Dr. King's
FOR C I
OUGHSand 50c & $1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
Guaranteed for all THROAT and
LUNG TROUBLES, or MONE5T
Office phone 114, reside*«• 114.
Office *12 N. ■rea« way.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
WALKER & WISHART, Propa.
teneral Storage, Crating and Paikln*
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON,
Office and residence 125 1-2 North
Broadway. Phone 438.
Ren Phone 36. Office phone 685
DR. C. C. VOUMANS,
Whlttaker Bldf. Shawnee, Okla.
J. A. WELLS
Over Mann t. Drug Store.
Give us a trial with your cleaning
and pressing. We press your clothes
In the smartest styles.
LOOK NEAT CLUB, PHONE 826
Room 20 Beard, Kennedy ft Wheeler
J. P. MITCHELL
209 N. Broadway
Jffice pflone 197, residence phone 1122
a. E. TABLER
Contractor and Plaaterer
Corner 11th and Klmberly Street
DR. CHAS. D. BALL
All chronic allmenta a specialty HI
See over Roy Jenklna', corner Mali
and Broadway. Examination free si
office, 8hawnee, Okla. Phone 814.
B. F. HARRISON
BRICK AND BTONE WORK
1(10 North Bro 8way
JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION, NOR-
FOLK, VA.—Via direct Hues,
sale dally, season tick-
853.60, sixty day tickets
$48.16, fifteen day tickets $38.35. Via
New York, one direction only, season
tickets $66.95, sixty day tickets $45-
95. Good stop orer prlTlliges allowed
east of 8t Louis and Chicago.
MEXICO CITY—One fare for round
trip, on sale June
8th to 16th, and June 20th to July
12th, good limit and stop orer prlTl-
PHILADELPHIA, PA.—Elks meet-
ing, $39.30 for round trip, on sale
July 11, 12 and 13, limited to July
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.—American
Medical Association, $40.65 for the
round trip, on sale May 30th, June
1st and 2d, llmted to June 10th.
LOS ANGELES & SAN FRANCIS-
CO, CALIA. $60.00 for the round
trip, tickets on sale June 8th to 15th
Inclusive with final limit, August 31st,
1907. These 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 fare
for the round trip also special rates to
above points through San Francisco.
LOS ANGELES & 8AN FRANCIS
CO, CALIA.—$62.00 for the round
trip, on sale June 22nd to July 5th
with final return limit limit Septem-
ber 15th, excellent stop-over privilege
In both directions.
SUMMER TOURIST ROUND TRIP
RATES TO THE FOLLOWING
Chicago, 111., $30.75.
St. Louis, Mo., $24.25.
Denver, Colo., $26.46.
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.,
and El Pa30, 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, 141.06.
Saltlllo, Mexico, $29.10.
San Luis Potosl, Mexico, $36.25.
Torreon, Mexico, $34.15.
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
San Diego, Cil., via direct lines, $60.
Via diverse routes, $76.50.
Prescott, Phoenix and Graad Can-
yon, Ariz., $55
Portland, Ore., and Seattle and Ta-
coma, Wash., $66.
Spokane, Wash., $91
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 31,
Tickets to nearly all of the above
paints carry splendid stop-over privi-
If you are contemplating a trip this
REDUCED TO ASHES.
Terrible Conflagration' Raging
In the Northwest.
Vancouver, B. O . June —With hi
camp reduced to ashes, and forced t >
retire with his men from the plant l«
fear of their lives being ^ndangereii
Dave Eason who operates a loggln-
camp at Knox Bay. Thurlow island
arrived on the Casslar and reportn!
the largest fire ever known up the
coast. All the valuable timber on the
Island is being licked up by the flame-
Just how the fire started is not known
Its boundaries are extending rapidly
and every hour gives It an impetus
that might cause it to set the whole
northern part of the province on fire,
Rain is badly needed at all points am!
unless a day or so of steady dowi>
pour occurs, the country is bound to
suffer Immensely from the timber
fires Esson's camp was completely
burned to the ground and all his em
ployes and himself lost a considerable
quantity of personal belongings. Be-
sides the Knox Bay fires, there was
also a series of fires reported on Van
couver Island in the vicinity of Bear
As yet the flames are confined to
within a small area, but another blr
wind such as occurred Tuesday nigh:
will cause them to increase greatly
i Negro Caught In Machinery and Body
Beaumont. June .—Freeman Mar
tin, a negro, aged twenty one-yea rs
was caught on a shaft and whirled to
instant death at the Beaumont Iror
works. Martin was a carpenter wc
ing on the roof, and it is not know
what he was doing in the shop. Thou.;:
there were half a doren workmen
about him. no one saw his get caught
and a boy discovered him whirling
about. His head was pounded against
the floor and his skull was crushed
and his leg and arm broken.
Honekong. June 6—At Chno Turn
Fu a Methodist missionary named ivi
lard was mercilessly beaten. A lung
He Will Be One of the Witnesses For
San Francisco, June —When the
8chmltx trial began Wednesday morn
Ing in Judge Dunne's court, Assistant
District Attorney Heney made his
opening statement and prosecution
then began the presentation of testi
monv against Mayor Schmltz on the
charge of having extorted $1,175 from
L. Malfanti of Delmonico's restaurant
The prosecution announced that Abe
Ruef would be one of their witnesses
It was said Barnes, stenographer for
the police commission for years
would also appear as a witness, and
thaf he furnished the prosecution with
much desired calendar buslndss of
police commissioners on which the
French restaurant cases are based
He is also said to have written out
or transscrlbed his notes to proceed-
ings of the commission, which will be
offered in evidence.
Schmitz Jury Completed.
Mineral Wells is to be illuminated
with natural gas.
Texas state board of education pt
pared Tuesday $68,000 worth of bond
In future married ladies cannot
teach in the# Oklahoma City public
A carload of mule3 caught fire neat
Lawton. Okla. Some of the animals
were terribly burned.
The bady decomposed body of an
unkonwn man was found at Chickasha
1 T.. in a car of lumber
j By over 1,000 majority Miss Emma
B. Perry was elected school superin
tendent of Erath county Texas.
Henry Vaughan, a negro, sentenced
to hang at San Antonio June 5 fo
wife murder, was respited two week -
A negro snatched a purse from Miss
Annie Briggs of Dallas. Several young
men chased the miscreant, but he es
Mrs B. M. Worsham. wife of the
superintendent of the insane asylum at
Austin, Is critically ill in a San An
So many window panes in San An
tonio residences were demolished by
hail that the glass supply Is exhausted
Pillows are being temporarily used
John E. Brooks, the first merchant
fifty-three years ago, to embark In bus
Iness at Mount Pleasant. Tex., is dead
aged ninety years.
Henry Walters a section foreman,
was shot and killed uca Santos. Palo
Pinto county, Texas. Will Morgan,
his brother-in-law, gave himself up.
Tiy a Want Ad
That truth is stranger than flctiop,
San Francisco, June 6- The jury in ; has once more been demonstrated in
the Schmli/ rase was completed Tues the mtle town of Te^., tbe
day afternoon .,
residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes:
Left For Boise. "I was In bed, entirely disabled with
Denver. June .—Although he main hemorrhages of the lungs and throat,
tains he was Illegally summoned
James Kerwin. acting secretary of the
Western Federation of Miners, left
for Boise, Ida., to appear in the Hay-
wood • ase as a witness for the prose-
cution. Mr. Kerwin was served with
a subpoena while on his way home
from Boise a short time ago, the con
stable awakening him in the sleeping
car after the train had < rossed the
Utah state line.
He Fired the Stick.
*'1 have fired the walking stick I've
carried over 40 years, on account of
a sore that resisted every kind of
treatment, until I tried Bucklen's ar-
nica Salve; that has helped the sore
and made me a happy man," writes
John Garrett of North Mills, N. C.
Guaranteed for Piles, Burns, etc., by
all druggists. 25c. *
Doctors failed to help m>. and all 11
hope had fled when I began taking Dr. r
King's New Discovery. Then Instant 11
relief came. The coughing soon ceased %
and the bleeding diminished rapidly,! J,
and In three weeks I was ab'e to go
to work." Guaranteed cure for coughs
and colds. 50c and $1 at all druggists
Trial bottle free. •
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Shawnee National Bank
As made to tne Comptroller of the Currency, at tne nlo-e
Saturday January 26, 1Q07
Time Loans - -
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures
Bonds and Premiums
Cash Advanced on Cotton $ 91,197.40 [
Cash and Sight Exchange 340.527,38'
Capital Stock and Surplus Funds
Circulation - ....
Total .... $988,580.26
The above statement is correct. Jno. W. Jones, Cashier
B. F. Hamilton
J. M. Aydelotte VDirectors
H. T. Douglas )
Our Oomparativa Statemant Showing Gro«th of Deposits:
WOOD A SON
Fbont 1061 No. 118 N. Ball summer don't fall to see me, as w«-
Shawnee, 0. T.
Cleaners and Dyers.
117 1-2 East Main 8t. Phone US.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. Spec-
ial attention given ladles' garments.
Phone 84J *ot 8 0,110,1
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kenneiy, Prop.
WU1 do work In any part of city.
Call me by phone. Recommends by
can surely Interest you.
For further particulars call on c
GEO. P. NELSON,
Agent Santa Fe.
THE TEXAS WONDER.
Cure* all Kidney, Bladder and Rheu-
matic Troubles; sold by all druggists
A two months treatment by mall for
1. Dr. E. W Hall. 2926 Oil re street
St. Louis, Mo Send for testimon-
Bungalow and cottage
Mitchell the architect.
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.
G*< , iti
ROUND TRIP 75c
Special train via M., K. & T.
Leaves Shawnee, 9:40 a. m.
Returlng at 7 p. m. Sunday.
Wichita vs. Oklahoma City.
Many Special Features.
At Delmar Garden.
Ask the Agent about It
Something New In Organized Labor
Circles Has Appeared.
Chicago, June 7.—The traditional
union "walking delegate" has been
replaced by a person carrying a "snap
shot" camera under his arm. The lat-
ter Is the "camera delegate," some-
thing new in organized labor circles.
The "camera delegate" is a combina-
tion of the "walking delegate" and a
photographer, whose duty it is to take
pictures of buildings under construc-
tion so he can call a strike from their
office wlthoitf. visiting the job. If is
the plan to photograph every building
In the city where union men are at
work, as well as the number where
non unionists are employed. Sufficient
data will be gathered In connection
with the pictures to enable union offi
clals thus to keep track of the evolu-
tion of the building industry from day
Declared to Be Coughlin.
Mobile, June 7.—There is no doubt
as to the identity of Daniel Coughlin,
arrested here under the name of James
EL Davis Letters found on his person
show conclusively he is the man want
ed. One letter was from his daughter
residing at 420 South Wilbur avenue
Chicago. Coughlin denies he Is th*
man wanted, and other than that will
Had Been In Honduras.
Mobile. June 7— Dan Coughlin. nn
ex-detective and saloonkeeper of Chi-
cago. said the be wan'ed in that city
for Jury bribery and a fugitive in Cen
tral America, was arrested here on
Instructions oi Chicago police. Cough
lln wos-going under the name of Davis
He arrived a few days ago from Hon
A Happy Mother
Will see that her baby Is properly
cared for—to do this a good purgative
Is necessary. Many babies suffer from
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 wi'l
clean out these worms In a mild pleas-
ant way. Once tried always used. Give
it a trial. Price 25c. AP drug-
® Three Lots of the Greatest Em-
broidery Bargains Ever
LOT I -- 1,500 Yards Embroidery, splendid values
worth up to I Oc. on sale -
LOT 2--2.000 Yards Wide Embroideries and Inser-
tions, splendid values, on sale -
Sunday 8choa, Convention.
The Pottawatomie County Sunday
School Association will meet In ecu
ventlon in Woodland park, Shawnee
June 13, at t:30 a. m. Let erery
school In the county be represented
JA8. B. SAVAGE, Co. Prea
LOT 3--2,OOO Yards of the greatest values ever offered
in Shawnee. Embroideries and Insertion to match.
Edges 6 to I 8 inches wide — Insertions 2 to 4 inches
wide. None of it worth less than 25c and most
of it 50c and 75c grades. Your choice Monday
/Madden, Jarrell & Gee
"The Place to Buy .Values"
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