The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 149, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 11, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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The Shawnee News
TUESDAY, JUNE 11. 1907.
10 c Per Week
THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER OF SHAWNEE.
LOU 8. ALLARD, Owner & Publisher
News Business Office, 321
Lou S. A Hard's Residence, 24 ti
Entered as second class mail matter
Shawnee, Oklahoma, under the act of
Congress of March 3, 1879.
The light vote cast in the democrat*
ic primaries is significant of the way
the great majority of people feel about
the war the democrats have handkd
conditions since they have boen in
control. Pactions have been created
in the democratic party that it will
take years to heal and all because of
disagreement and strife between them-
selves. The outlook for republican
victory at the first state election was
niver brighter. The people want meu
in whom they have absolute confi
dence and whose record is beyond the
doubtful side. If the republican par-
ty will get together and put up these
kind of men it will be a republican
lands'ide in the next elections. In
competency has been shown by the
opposite side and the republican party
should demonstrate to the pc-ople that
it is not torn asunder within Its own
ranks by factions and dissensions as
the democrat* are. The News Is
in favor of getting in the field at once
with a good strong ticket
The war-like tones which some of
the statesmen of Japan are using just
now in regard to the treatment that
the people of San Francisco have
accordi-l some of the Japanese in that
city ar<- intemperate and out of place.
The United States has been very con-
siderate of the yellow race to ever al-
low any of them in this country, for
they an not fair competition for our
own American laborers and can live
much cheaper and without the luxur-
ies of life which th«- American has
come to look upon a* necessities. Ap-
ology for holding these coolies to be
inferior to the white race and not de^
serving of the same consideration as
the white laboring man. who is ever
ready to fight and die for the United
States • b not apt to be gK«n If the
people of FVisco are of the opinion
that thtdr race control th« countrj
then the Japanese have no kick com
ing except to mow on The majority
9S5ET,'"A-u- \ •
Duke of Abruzzi
WHEAT YIELD WILL PRIZES FOR FLAG
RE VERY HEAVY
Shattuck, Ok la . ?une ll.—W®eat is
in excellent condition in the territory
surrounding this city. Some slight
damage has bee:, done in 6ome small
sections by hail, but he green bug
has not made hi* ipearance here, hav-
ing failed to cro«s the South Cana-
dian west of Taloga. Grain is head
ing. and from present indications the
yield will be heavier than in any year
since this trip was opened. Generous
rains have fallen during the past week
and nothing can prevent a good crop
now except too much rainfall. Broom
corn will be a lighter crop this yeai
than formerly, the growers devoting
their fields to b« tter paying crops.
Prince Lulgi Amedeo Guiseppe Ma«
ria Ferdinando Francesco, Duke of
Abruzzi, who is in command of the
Italian squadron which was present
at the opening of the Jamestown ex-
position, was born in Madrid, Spain,
on January 29, 1873, and is th< second
son of Amadeo Duke of Aosta, who
was then king of 8pain, but shortly af-
terward resigned his throne. Duke
of Anruzzi is a captain in the Italian
Navy, but is best known as an Arctic
explorer of courage and real merit
He holds the second best record for
farthest north explorations, Lleuten
ant P6ary alone having reached near-
er the North Pole. He Is said to be
in love with Princess Helene of Ser
via, the niece of the Queen of Italy.
And now what will the democratic!
candidates do for a record since their
own party has furnished enough to;
defeat them without the aid of the1
republican party. They will have to
start all over again after coming
through on campaign It is one good
advantage of the primaries as played
by the democrats, who have left very
few of their candidates with much
to boast of.
A CIRL VIM MAY DIE
In the trial of the officers of the
Western Federation of Miners now
going on in Idaho one thing Is cleai
and that is that hanging is too good
for a man like Harry Orchard
so many of them that to read of them
is too repulsive for most people No
one could believe such a record could
be made by mortal man and no pun-
pllcates the leaders of the Western
Vinita, I. T., June 11.—Details of
the dastardly crime committed by
Dennis Keys, two miles west of Cho
teau, Monday night, have been learned
through the officers who have just
xeturned from scouting the country
in an endeavor to locate Keys.
Keys took his wife and child to her
uncle's, a few miles distant from their
home, and then went to Choteau and
prevailed on W. T. Kelley and his wife
of that place to let their thirteen year
old daughter, Lola, return home with
him to help take care of his child, who
he said was sick. When they reached
the Keys place and went in the girl
discovered that Mrs. Keys was not
there and asked him where she was
and what he had brought her there
for. Then he told her he would show
her, and it Is alleged grabbed her and
threw her on the bed and outraged
her, soon after which she ran crying
to a neighbor's, who hitched up and
took her back to town. Through lg-
norance or fear to report the matter,
Prcnnratior,- ~ - « no complaint was made to the officers
rrt pa i at ions for more paving and
In case that Haskell should get the
nomination for governor on the demo-
cratic ticket, what will those demo-
cratic papers do that have denounced
him so bitterly? It will be interest-
Ing to watch their antics during cam-
paign times in getUng in line. Just
how they can gracefully do the flip-
flop is beyond our understanding.
A convention hall is one of the im
j perative needs of Shawnee and a
building must be had before the city
itf very much older. It is a necessary
| part of any city and Shawnee should
not k*' backward iu laying claims to
v h Jgr,HtIie8s for 8he i8 lhe greatest citv
" • f her age in the world.
Get a free sample of Dr. Shoop's
'Health Coffee" at our store. If real
coffee disturbs your stomach, your
heart, or kidneys then try this clever
coffee imitation. Dr. Shoop has close-
ly matched Old Java and Mocha Cof
fee In flavor and taste, yet it has not
a single grain of real Coffee In it
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imitation
is made from pure roasted grains or
cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made
in a minute. No tedious wait You
will surely like It Sold by C. O. D.
No Indian Election.
Tulsa, I. T., June 11.—There will be
no election among the Osage Indians
during the coming big payment as has
been the annual custom for many
years. Th department of the interior
has ruled that the chief, assistant
chief and council are to hold for two
years and as they were elected last
June their terms of office will not
expire until June. 1908. The Osage
governmental organization is all per
functory, permitted more by the gov-
ernment to tickle the fancy of the red-
men rather than for actual service
as the courts have ruled it is without
jurisdiction in any matters of federal
A Happy Mother
Will see that her baby is properly
cared for—to do this a good purgative er
is necessary. Many babies suffer from j
The following are the contests and
prizes for the Trades Assemb'y pic-
nic at Broadway park on Flag day:
Old ladies foot race, some kind of
Young ladifs nail driving contest
Egg race for little girls, white dress.
Roping contest, box of cigars.
Fifty yard race, box of cigars.
Tug of war on overalls, winners to
Jumping contest for ladies and gen-
tlemen, lady given advantage of two
feet, nice purse or pipe.
Greased pole (a chance for every-
body who wants to c'imb), a good
prize, suitable for so hard a job.
Needle threading contest for ladies
half dozen handkerchiefs.
Pillow contest for boys.
SORROW OVERCOME HER
Karlruhe, Germany, June 10.—Karl
Hau, professor of Roman law at the
George Washington university, Wash-
ington, D. C., who is in prison here
charged with the murder of his moth-
er-in-law, Frau Militor, was visited by
the governor of the prison today and
informed that his wife had committed
suicide today by drowning in a lake
mar Pfaeffikon, Switzerland. The
governor had quite aJ lengthy conver-
sation with the professor, which led
to a report that he had confessed
that he had murdered his wife's moth-
The state's attorney subsequent-
denied that Hau had confessed
A opening of streets should 1
Civic improvements can't
fast Everything should 1
THE STATEHOOD MUDDLE
there is no good reaso
noe ihouid ti at enjoy the patron
thin* to give and entertain the vis-
itor with and this class of traffic
heretofore. • shawnee Is the center
of an Immense community and should
provide attractions for them to visit,
and Induce the railroads to make rates
as they do at other p'acea.
stltution. If the decision is favorable
to the contention of those favoriug an
early election It is believed Governor
Frantz will Issue the call.
In the meantime Frederick Elk!
Dr. Hill of Choteau was finally call-
f und her In an extremely critical con-
worms, and their mothers don't knowl ■>,„ . _. , ,
.... i Mrs- Hau tame to Karlruhe two
It If your baby is feverish and doesnt day8 ag0 ,m] had a
wZ l8,r0Ub!ed Wlth "usband. She left in a state of de-
worms. WWte. Cream Vermifuge wlU, pre8slon aBi, wem hn,.k ^ pfn„fflkon
clean out these worms in a mild pleas-;(m arrlving tLer„ Mr9 Hau went t0
ant way Once tried always used. Give , bathln^ e8tabl,shm,.nt on th(, sma„
gJs 7* lake and re««!tp'1 "< given a sep-
arate dressing room. The attendants
a. . w. lat« saw her swimming out into the
Bryce to Vint Oklahoma. ,,, . .
„ , . lake, but soon afterward they ob-
Gutlirle, Okla June 11.—It la an- , .. . .
j served that she was no longer moving,
nouneed here that James Bryce, Brit- . . , '
■ boatman brought the body ashore,
sh ambassador to the United State, ; A ,on(. farewell 1etter was fmmd
Interested in obtaining views of lea,! her clothln|. ln wblch ghr, detlarr(J
ing men In this part of the southwest wa3 lmposalbIo for „er to Iongor bear
on the questions important to commu , . .
i tiie sorrow of living apart from ner
; stuteboo , .vill vis husband, notwithstanding the charg.
rndlan Territory this agaInst hjm
Arkansas Proseci/cor Whipped In the
| Little Rock, Ark., June 11.—SherifT
House of Lonoke county reports that
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney L. A
Britton of that county was attacked
by six armed men a mile and a half
from Hamson schoolhouse, In Lonoke
county, pulled from the buggy ln
which he was riding and forced to en-
ter the woods with his captors, where
he was stripped and given a severe
lashing with a heavy strap.
Hamson schoolhouse is about 25
miles from Little Rock. Mr. Britton
and J. W. Gates were discussing at
England the case of a man named
Jordan, charged with bootlegging, in
which Gates appears for the defend-
ant, whom Britton is prosecuting.
Britton announced that he thought he
would start for Hamson schoolhouse
that evening, In order that he might
arrive in time for the trial of Jordan
there, without rising early next morn-
Gates thought the idea a good one
and suggested that they economize
by driving out in the same buggy.
The two left England for their nine
mile drive, in company, and the first
news of the outrage came when Gates
later drove madly into England alone
and told how Britton had been forced
to leave the buggy, and had been es
corted Into the woods by six armed
men. Britton says he can not identify
the men, as they were masked. Gov.
Pindall will offer a reward for their
Fore sale—None better, the Cher
ryvale brick at the Shawnee Supply C
JOELS OLD STAND, 3 EAST
I will mail you free, to prove merit,
samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restora-
tive, and my book on either Dyspepsia
The Heart or the pldneys. Troubles
of the stomach, heart or kidneys are
merely symptoms of a deeper ailment.
Don't make the common error of treat-
ing symptoms only. Symptom treat-
ment Is treating the result of your
ailment, and not the cause. Weak
stomach nerves—the Inside nerves—
mean Stomach weakness, a'ways. And
the Heart, and Kidneys as well, have
their controlling or Inside nerves.
Weaken these nerves, and you inevi-
tably have weak vital organs. Here is
where Dr. Shoop's Restorative has
made its fame. No other remedy even
claims to treat the "Inside nerves."
Also for bloating, biliousness, baa
breath or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's
Restorative. Write me today for
sample and free book. Dr. Shoop.
Racine, Wis. The Restorative is sold
by Wallace Mann. •
ALL GOODS AT
COME EARLY AND QET YOUR
CHOICE OF THE FOLLOWING AR-
TIES, ALL KINDS
NOTIONS, ALL KIND8
SHELF OIL CLOTH
AND THOUSANDS OF OTHER AR-
TICLES TOO NUMEROU8 TO MEN-
ALL 5c ARTICLES 3c.
ALL 10c ARTICLES 2 FOR 15c.
ALL 15c ARTICLES 10c.
ALL 20c ARTICLES 15c.
See the Persian aoveltle* Just re-
ceived at Bleuer's Jewelry 10-tf
Beautify your homes.
Bedding plants, hedges and scrub*.
Landscape work a specialty.
8ee Conover, Florist.
Ninth and Broadway JO-tf
REPORT OK THE • CONDITION OF
Bryce will speis
THE UNION SAVINGS BANK
at Shawnee, in the Territory of Oklahoma, at the close of business June
)f the S
' an(1 That truth is stranger than fiction,
'issador, jiaa once more been demonstrated ln
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, etc
The question of holding primaries In
the future is one that needs solution,
for It Is very apparent under the
methods used in the recent democratic
primaries that no man but a rich man
has a fighting chance. Money has
been the best standby of all the candi-
dates, and It is safe to say that many
nominations have been made at the
sacrifice of many a comparatively
poor man who was unable to pay the
Number three is a wonderful mascot j
'After suffering much with liver ana1
lief. I tried Electric Bitters, and as
is walking stick
treatment, until I tried Bucklen*
residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes:
"I was in bed, entirely disabled with
hemorrhages of the lungs and throat,
Doctors failed to help me, and all
King's New Discovery. Then instant
lief came. The coughing poon ceased
'Guaranteed for Piles
ears, on account of and the bIeed|ng dimlnlsbed rapidly,
"f and ln three weeks I was ab'e to go
[ to work." Guaranteed cure fdr coughs
ma I. the sor .lQ1j c0],js 50c and $1 at all druggists
happy man, writes Tri(J bott, (ree
North Mills, N. C.
result I am a well man today. The a'* dmSKists.
Burns, etc., by
associate attorney general of Oklahn bottle re'leved. and three bottle-
ma, has served to complicate roattei - C0I pleted the cure." Guaranteed best
by holding in an unofficial opinion thjit
no election can be called so long as
the constitutional convention has not
adjourned definitely. The convention
is merely in recess, having adjourned
until August 5. at which time Us lite
will expire by lapsing, should it not
meet that day.
The handsomest things ln Persian
novelties, direct from "gay Paree" at
Bleuer's Jewelry store. 111 N. Broad
The Sure Way
vSaving money enables you to start iu busiue«3. it tides you o\«?r periods of
Bickne** It helps you when you are out of work. It provides for old age
and hard times. It guards you against cxtravagence. It adds to cheerful
ness, comfort and happiness
Union Savings Bank
■arth for stomach, liver and kid-
ney troubles, by all druggists. BOc. •
Took Fatal Bath.
Lawton, Okla., June 11.—John Low-
miller of Lone Wolf prepared to take
a bath ln a creek near his home the
other day. He thought the water was
deep when it was shallow and he aim-
ed to make a dive and lit on his head
Injuring his spina! column and paraly-
ling all the lower part of his body.
The King of 10c cigars, long Havana
Booked Filler. The choicest of Vueta
Abajo Havana. Any dealer will re-
fund your money If not pleased with
Noll Mskee n<i Guarantees Them.
Water,Pierce Bond is Refused.
Austin, Tex., Jun 11.—Judge Brooks
heard the argumt nts on the applica-
tion of the state for the appointment
of a receiver for the Waters-Pierce
Oil company and took the question un-
Previous to this District Clerk Pick,
le had declined to aprove the super*
sedeas bond offered by the defense
pending Its appeal to the higher courts
insisting that the surety on the bond,
the American Surety company, had
on deposit In the state, only $50,000
for a bond of $3,750,000
Tutoring in common and high school
branches by Miss Paula Harper, 709
N. Market St, Shawnee. Phone 182.
Examination of applicants for
teachers" certificates In the city of
Shawnee will be held at the Central
school building June 4, t and 6th, be-
ginning at $:30 each morning.
S-St SCOTT QLEN.
I'll stop your pain free. To show
you first—before you spend a penny—
What my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I
will mall you free a trial package of
them—Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets.
Neuralgia, headache, toothache, period
pains, etc., are due alone to blood con-
gestion Dr. Shoops' Headache Tab-
lets simply kill pain by coaxing away
the unnatural blood pressure. That
is all. Address Dr. 8hoop, Racine,
Wli.. Bold by Wallace Mann. •
DICTATOR, king of 10c Cigars. J -tf
1 bar# found a trtf d and t««t«d cure lor
■atUin ! Not a rumedj that will gtxalshtan th#
ilgtorx* 1 limbs of chronic cripples, nor turn b
growth.- back to flush again. That Is lmpoari
B<jt I can n w survlr kill the pain* and panes ai
thli deplorable d! easa.
In Germany—with a Cbemtit la the fltr oI
Darmstadt—I found the last Ingredient with
wblch Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy was made
a perfects, dependable prescription. Withoal
that last ingredient. I successfully treated many,
ssany cases of Rheumatism; but now. at last. It ant
tormly cure# all curable cas«e of this heretofore
aiDCh dreaded disease. Those tand-llke granular
wastne. found ln Rheumatic Blood, seem to dissolve
and peas away under the action of this remedy as
(reely as does sugar when added to pure water
And then, when dissolved, these poisonous waatae
freely puss from the system, and the cauee at
Kheumtttsm is gone forever. There Is now oe
isal need—no actual exctue to suffer longer wlUw
e«! help We sell, and In confidence
Furniture and Fixtures
Checks and other Cash Items
Cash and Sight Exchange 63 749 1b
Capital Stock Paid in
Undivided Profits, less Expenses ord Taxes Paid
Individual Deposits Subject to Check
Time Certificates of Deposit
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Pottawatomie, ss.
I, G. M. Chrlstner, cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear
that the above ttatemmt Is true and that said Bank has no other llabU-
lties and Is not endorser on any note or obligation other than that shown ln
the above statement, to the best of my knowledge and belief, so help me
G. M. CHRI8TNER.
. . .. . Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4tt day of June 1907
Correct-At test: „ „
(SEAL) H' xt.
F. W. CHRISTNER,
F. W. MOHRBACHER,
G. M. CHRISTNER,
May 24, 1908, $S,486.02
SEPTEMBER 4, 1906, $15,616.42
NOVEMBER 20. Dot. SJ0.64I.3I
MJRCH 2, I907, $33,288.09
JUNE !, I907, $98,401.65
" ns"~ -■ -
C. ^'B c*" partlcul!lr attention to our strong Ca«hRe,erve. Also our
Steady Continued Growth.
p. W. CHRISTNER, President.
F. W. MOHRBACHER, vice Pres.
o M CHRISTNER, Cashier.
E. K. KNOUSE, Ass't Cashier
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