The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 149, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 11, 1907 Page: 6 of 8
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The Shawnee News
TUESOAY, JUNE 11, 1907.
Try a Warn Ad
YOU SIMPLY CANT
thin* of myth]o* more apprizing
and delicious thar a plsXe of le*
cream oc it*r tea—cnleaj It'l two
plate*. And roar initial spoonful will
call loudly for more. OUtra hare
•aid It—700 will aay tt warn rem hare
luted and tested Martin's cream
Glad to ha a your opinion Drat time
yoa'ra thia way or will order by mall,
mesaaoger or phone Be tore (£1
call for oar cream, at all drag stores
and confeetlonarlea. and taka no oU
THE SHAWNEE ICE CREAM AND
II Wert Main phone 110*
George B. Crisman
< 1M E Oklahoma. Phone Til.
J aron la all caaea do not agree,
Aad la the same light thlnga will not
Of the matter la hand they tak* dlf
Aad conviction by argument often re-
Bit thla city1* peopl* are of on mind
ia believing that "lleek's la the beat
place to dnd
Orocertea high grade aad meats that
The finest of eatable* right In the
Meeks & Co, Market
GROCERIES AND MEATS,
Muskogee, l. T
ritory ncandal it a
velop this week -i
< carging land fr .
by an agent of Ue
against many per
eth political Iit*-. <
W. L. Sturtew
baa been appoiL
attorney by 8ecr-
in connection wit
iona! attorney for
arrived here last
a statement to ti
would be filed ir:
of the federal go.
the Creek nation
spiracy to defra<:
sa an l Wagoner,
erty alleged to hi
Creek nation or ,
tion the present ca
The arrival of
bis declared sta:
hag caused a sen
charge that will b
defendants bad lot
niles, that ia, thye
to other persons <
ants paid the a
valuation, and tk
ed back to them t
une 11—A new ter-
a tap and will de-
en, it is said, sens
:& will be hied here
- .ns prominent in
: the two territo-
of Sl Louis, who
d special townsite
ary Garfield to act
id. L. Mott, nat-
the Creea nation,
*eek and gave out
e effect that suits
-diately on the part
ri.ment, acting for
charging with con
a score or more of
in Muskogee, Tul-
ad also against two
* quoted as saying
o.ders of the prop-
isfer it back to the
sh value of the lots,
dr. Sturtevant and
sent of prosecution
lion. The general
* made Is that the
scheduled to dum-
had lots scheduled
that the defend-
had the lots deed-
the dummies with-
Judge Brooks Grants Request
of the State.
the state for the appointment of a re-
ceiver for the Waters-Pierce Oil com-
pany «as granted by Judge Brooks in
the Twenty-aii'h district court- The
defense thea gave touce of appeal to
'he court o: • :i appeals for pie Third
•:preme judicial district court. As
'Jbe court he'd thai this application
was supplemental to the original pe
• tion in the a e. a separate appeal
j from that of the ouster and penalties
will be taken Tbe court invited the
attorneys for the state and defense to
a consultation and informed them that
re contemplated appointing Robert J
bk khardt, ■ ashier of the First Nation
i al BaL of Taylor. The suggestion was
] made that two receivers be appointed
and the judg* stated he would tak« it
j under adv: —ment until Wednesday,
in granting the applicaUon of the
?tate, the court delivered himself of
a severe arraignment of the alleged
business methods of the Waters-Pierce
Oil company He said that the state
had recovered a judgment for violation
of the anti-trust law. and that defend
ant had the right to appeal, pending
which. under the law, there were no
grounds for the appointment of a
judgment, but that he was informed
of all the circumstances and that the
i.resent time, had no intention to obey
sbl a M a* jml z*. A ^ ^ rn.M a M & m m
I WISH YOU COULD SEE MY
...LINE OF SOAP...
Toilet Soap, Bath Soap, Shaving Soap.
Soft Soap, Dog Soap, any kind of Soap
All this week on soap. Your chance to
buy soap cheap.
Five Cents to Fifty Cents a Cake
t DRU6 STORE I
f WALLACE MANN
Opposite City Hall
} BI6 TRADE
FROCK OF LAVfi>[)Iili MULL
A simple and effective design for
a lace trimmed mull or batiste frock
Is here illustrated. Half inch Cluny
beading, in combination with incl
wide Valenciennes edge and Insertion J, j^cially attract!v
went used as trimming, the Cluny
alone being used to trim the skirt !
The bodice was more elaborately trim
med with both Valenciennes and Clu-
ny, the design of the sh-evea being
■ ■ a
EVERYBODYS SPACE J 3 l.NE8
I General BuaincH*, Three Lines 8 I ^ TIMES
j Time* 245c, Payable in Advance | 25 CENTS
I WISH MY CUSTOMERS
— TO KNOW —
I have moved my shoe shop
Just nor*h of the Burt hotel.
You can eee my elgn from Main
N. D. Smith
116 NORTH UNION.
FOR RENT—A 27 room bouse, suit-
able tor rooming houae, alao a store WANTED—Men to learn barber
room on first floor, iultable for restau- trade, ti 5 to $20 weekly paid gradu
rant and hotel office. Apply at 1 atea; few weeks complete*; can earn
Pllcher. 10-tf ezpensee, tools and board from tie
—————————— | start; free clinic, constant practice,
FOR RENT-A number of rooms I careful instructions, lectures etc.
over the City Meat Market, oppoalte | Bu,y ,eaau„ now Wrlte „ onc#
the poet office * feflf
"Ashby" Was Turned Loose.
Walter Wilson, alias Wichard, alias
Ashby, the allege I bank robber, whom
Sheriff Grace journeyed to Denver to
bring to justice recently, has been re-
leased, the assistant county attorney,
W. F. Dunham, having dismissed the
charge against him while the sheriff
was busy campaigning. The first
Grace knew about the case having
been acted upon was when he was
informed of the dismissal. He Is
naturally rather "riled" about the mat-
ter, as he would have liked to have a
chance to Introduce his evidence be
fore tnrnfng the alleged robber loose.
Apply at City Meat ^0|er Barber College, Da1 las, Tex.
FOR RENT—2 rooms In private
family, furnished or unfurnished. 830
N. Market. Phone 812 6-3t
A. J. Crockett O. C. Holt J
COLLECTION AGENCY j
Collections, Short Loans, Insur *
ance and Rentals
Ws collect what you can't. J
Room 20 Postofflce Bldg. J
Reference, Oklahoma National *
It la eleaa. Olre tko old man
a trial at tte
Bon Ton Bakery
Telephone 864. 211 B. Main
*TTTT11 ■ i ittTtTin 11 reeei
| S. M. Gloyd
I.U M13 KR DBA LKH
RPtCI AI/J'IKS: lVomptne*
E. A. Rogers, Mgr.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences. Apply 225
N. Park. Phone 1 8.
FOR RENT—Good front office room
121 1-2 Broadway. g-tl
FOR RKNT—Fire-room houae.
ply S02 N. Union. Pbone 6(8
FOR SALE—Must go at once, 60 by
tor |100 U aold In the next 10 days
W. 8. Carroll, 1106 N. Minnesota.
Phone No. 864 Red. 24-101
GRAND JUNCTION SELECTED.
Western University Is to Be Located
at That Colorado City.
Grand Junction, June Fv—The elec-
tion of tr tee disclosed the fact that
a unlven-i'v <.f industry, science and
art Is to be •'gtabllshed here and sup-
ported by the Carnegie foundation
fund The Initial endownment. It Is
said, will be J",00,000, and the total
coat will be }1 "00,000. The new uni-
versity will be known as Western uni-
CRAWFORD FOR FIRS INSURANCE
Will aare yoa money. Bee him.
I per cent money, eheepcit
oena, sell yoor home oe payments
'arms to trade for dty property. I
'til make yoa moaey. Bee me C.
w Crawford, 101 Eaet Mala HI
FOR SALE—Large Iron safe, suita-
ble for amall bank, will hold t'l your
hooka and valuable papers Phone
FOR SALE—2 National Cash Reg-
letera, flrat clasa condition. Call
quick. Phone 822. 22 lf
FOR SALE—A home at a bargain.
One of the prottleat homes In east
Shawnee will be aold at a sacrifice.
125 feet front, with ahady lawn, 6 room
bouse, with bath and al! modern con-
venlencoa. Will aell for $1,600. eav
Ing city. For terms see Mra. J. A.
McPbeetera, 1311 E. Ninth street. l-3t
ETTPERTS will explain any policy of
Insurance, standing of any company
and give auw advice wanted. Can
give cost and loan values of any pol-
icy. Charges. 11.00. Addreas R 8. C.
C 'e Norwood Hotel J8-6t
TO TRAOB—A good farm for dty
p^perty or stork of merehandlae C.
W Kerfoot, 111 N. Bell. l«-tf
LOST—Sunday, June 2, on Shawnee j
street cars or Tecumseh line, a ladles' j
tan pongee Jacket. Finder leave at
News office and receive reward. 10-tf
FOR BALE—One 10xl( Chandler *
Price Gordon Jobber, Long fountain
I and Steam fixtures; perfect order;
| prce $180. Double aerie* De Vlnne
| snd Royal Gothic, nearly new, at I I
price. New California Job case*
cheap. Pair of 7 column ateel chaaen
$3; Job sticks, news rack, labor sav
Ing leads and slugs, cheap. Addrest
E. 0. Phelps, Wewoka, I. T. 6 tf
Three ba'es of hay at Cbrlsney's for
$1.00. Phono 96. 7-3t
LOST—Sunday, June 2, on 8hawne.
street cars or Tecumseh 'Ine, a ladles'
tan pongee Jacket. Finder leave nt
News office and receive reward. 10-tf
L08T—A bunch of key«
to A. C., News office
' ■■ ,:.r
I'M ON MY WAY TO
—WHERE I CAN GET—
letter Heads. Vbltlos Cards. Wedding
Invitation*. Note Heads, statements.
BUI Heads, e.rculara. Pamphlets. Dod-
gers. Etc., ON SHORT NOTICE.
TH IS NEWS
Comer Male and Cbiladolfitila.
Memphis Is to have sn Immense
Eastland county, Texas went dry
by about 1,0(M• majority.
H. T. I) Wilson Is promoting a plan
to build a shell road from Houston tt
A young man named Rush had bot
legs cut off by a locomotive at Ch
Clinton H. Willis, residing near San
Jose Cal.. claims to have a chicken
that can talk
T. C. Hurt, a Section foreman, was
hit by a train at Winfield. Tex., dy-
ing within half an hour
President Roosevelt laid the corner-
stone of th« Masonic temple, to be
erected at Washington.
One shipment of sixty-seven carloads
of dresso.i m« • to Germany was made
by a Fort Worth packing house.
As the outcome of a quarrel over a
love affair at Tacoma. Wash., Antonio
Llotta staM'fi Giovanni Faoranl to
At A marine Tex.. Frank Ellsworth,
on trial, d d with the murder of
fcarly Do ra a boy. was given life
After telegraphing his son to come
and take r! of their bodies, John
Walker, a Bohxi, Miss., banker, killed
his wife and suicided.
Mark Twain has gone to England
On the in • Oxford university will
confer upon the humorist the degree
of doctor of literature.
Gaston A\- nue Baptist church, Dal
las, has Insti -d a $4,750 pipe organ
rt has 1.432 speaking pipes. 5 couplers.
4 combination pedals and 23 stops.
T. H. Leev« - has purchased the R
J Flowers i h in Tom Green county,
Texas, for 00. About 1,000 head
of fine cattle are Included In the deal.
Texas O npaths' association. In
session nt ll- uston, elected Dr. A. P.
Terrell of ! i las president and Dr
R. B. Norwood of Mineral Wells secre-
John I. Aiken, a convict, who esenp
ed from the nitentlary at Huntsvllle,
Tex , twenty five years ago, surrender
ed in Arkansas a few days ago. He
Is back in the penitentiary.
Ry connecting several lengths of
Ore hos« .uring the burning of bat
factory at New York of Levi & Geda
Louis Ale>:inder, a workman, made It
possible for fifty persons to slide down
from the l .oor.
ing counsel (J. J. Johnson) had slated
twiness. employing tte same instru-
mentalities which the jury bad found
to be in violation of the law; there
! fore, the court would place tht-.-e meth
ods and instrumentalities in the hands
! of a receiver.
The defense made argument against
the appointment of a receiver, and
' when the state rose to reply the court
j indlcatd It would be a mere waste cf
! time, as be had arrived at a conclu-
1 Just befor** the conclusion of the
i proceedings the court indicated very
i strongly U- the attorneys for the de-
willing to hear objections to the man
he contemplated appointing This was
prompted by the counsel for the de
fense, who declared they had some one
in mind for receiver.
Will Net Attend Banquet and Gives
Reason For Vote.
Austin, June K.—Judge James H
Robertson declined an invitation to
attend the anti-Ballev banquet In the
following letter to Hon O. P Bowser
of Dallas Replying to your courte-
ous telegram of the 8th instant, in
viting me to attend a banquet to be
given by the fitiz^ns of Dallas June
14. to the members of the legislature
who voted against the re-election of
Senator Bailey, and requesting a reply.
I beg to -ay I was instructed to vote
against Senator Bailey and I did so 1
! voted for an Investigation of charges
! against him. and was. over my protest
placed on the committee appointed to
tion was as thorough and complete as
was possible under the circumstances
j and after eonsldering carefully all the
evidence submitted I recorded my con
scieutious verdict acquitting Senator
Bailey of any a< t which would dis
qualify him as senator. The legisla
ture by a majority vote declared that
he should be vindicated from all
charges brought against him. In my
opinion, this should put an end to
the bitter controversy It is true, in
a speech he afterwards made, some
rerv intemperate remarks about those
who sought to accomplish his defeat,
but I regarded much he said as being
due to the intense earnestness of his
defense of his character and excite
meet under which he labored. He is
our senator and we should not asperse
his character or detract from his use
fulness Believing that the meeting at
Dallas is Intended to keep alive the
bitter controversy and entertaining
the vie* I have expressed I cannot
consistently attend "
Comptroller Holds They Are Not Sub
ject to Taxation.
Austin. June 11.—The comptroller's
department rules that < hautauquas are
| not subject to an occupation tax, not-
withstanding the fact that noted lec-
turers are to appear in the state at
some of these afafirs The question
came up through Tax Collector Crow
der of Denton county. He wanted to
know from the comptroller if the Den
ton chautauqua. which opens there
June 24 would come under the tax Im-
posed on open air entertainments, and
as Hon W J Bryan. Senator Bob
Taylor and others are to lecture there
The comptroller held that chautauquas
came under the he.id of literary enter
talnments. which are exempt from tax
CANNON BALL WRECKED.
THE LONG INSTANCE TELEPHONE
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Other ways of transacting your affairs
cannot compare with it in
High Value-Low Price—Quick Service
Tis the comprehensive means of communication
PIONEER TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH GO,
ALL, ABOUT SIDEWALKS...
• EE JO CHLINQ
3o>«yrllle petrified brick wait*. 1 to Se tquari foot C«m«nt walks
lOe to He ftqojLre foot All work (aAruteed
« «"• 1 Rm. CI Mvt* Bell
Very few men art shaped alike
Their forms may look allks, but ac-
tual measurement will show many dis-
crepancies. That is why "made to
crder" elothes always fit better thas
-ready made." In constructing clothes
we always build to suit, noting evsry
peculiarity in a man's shape and allow-
ing for it in the garments And thst
Is why we have such uniform sik^
ecss In fitting our patron*
J. H. KREILING,
118 E. Main
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
T5he St. Louis Cyclone Store
Tbe St Loola Cyclone Store «tock la complete
Here ia vilua for money cannot be beat
Eieri bargains are found east end of Main street
Come here for dry goods In styles tba are new,
You will find the spring goods sure to please yoa
Come here for dress goods and waist ngs select.
Lawns and wash goods all kinds pat erns correct,
Or ihlrtwalsta and skirts strictly drat rata.
New and freab goods, right up to date
Excellent shoes for ladles and men.
8elllng at prices to bring them again
Tbe latest In furnishings—bats, shirts and collara,
Or Jewelry and notions, saving you dollars
Reliable goods here all the time,
Every trade that you make yon save dollars and dimes
KELBA1 EZER, Proprietor ;)03 B. Main St.
All Cars Ditched Except Sleeper and
Several Persons Injured.
Wills Point. Tex. June 11 —Two
and a half miles east of Edgewood
Texas and Pacific passenger train No
6 was wrecked at 10:40 o'clock Mori
day morn in A number of pasen^ef-
were hurl some seriously, but none.
fatally R M. Flack < hlef mall clerk |
was badly hurt as was also Bride*
Foreman I ooney. A special left Dal
las with General Manager Thorne and j
a number - f doctors on board.
PHONE 112 | Cor. Okla. & Ninth Streets
Taylor Lumber Company
FOB FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL
E. A. Bradfield. Mgr | GIVE US A C VIYL
Thir'y Cents Offered.
Clarksville T« > June 11.—For the
neit re « r ) . staole cotton 30
cents per pound has b< "n offered
The cry of fire in the Gotham thea-
ter. New York. I > a gallery god'' caui:
ed a panic, resulting In fifty persons
being trampled ui<.i serio
ESTES TIN SHOP
Skylights, Mutal Celling. Cornice and Sheet Metal Work, Bot Air faraas*.
All Klids Tanks.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FREE.
Terms Cask >11 ■ Mala. Tsl Ml
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