The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 151, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News •
THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1907.
a Want Ad
At The Mammoth Dept. Store
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 13=14=15
We have gone through our large stock of clothing and selected out 500 suits of
broken lots, sizes 33 to 46, regular $10, $12.50 and $15.00 Suits $8.00 PerS uit
This lot consists of 2 and 3 piece suits in single and double breasted Worsteds,
Cashmeres and Serges :::::::::::::
All SI0.00, SI2.50 and $15.00
Men's Suits on Sale for...
3 DAYS ONLY
At The Mammoth Department Store
i inc Clothes
JOEL'S OLD STAND. 3 EAST
ALL GOODS AT
COME EARLY AND GET YOUR
CHOICE OF THE FOLLOWING AR-
TIES, ALL KINDS
NOTIONS, ALL KINDS
8HELF OIL CLOTH
AND THOUSANDS OF OTHER AR
TICLES TOO NUMEROU8 TO MEN
ALL 5c ARTICLE8 3c.
ALL 10c ARTICLE8 2 FOR 15c.
ALL 15c ARTICLE8 10c.
ALL 20c ARTICLE8 15c.
Now that the weather it> getting hot
l he question of a pure supply of sweet
milk is again an important one. The
question of the richness of the milk is
by no means the most important ouc
as the preservatives used in most cit«
ies, and doubtless to some extent in
Shawnee, by some of the dairymen,
is really dangerous to the little chil
dren who in many cases subsist al-
most wholly upon the milk bought of
It seems to many that the city
should take up the question, and take
the necessary steps to keep informed
as to the quality of milk being sup-
plied residents of this city. It is a
very easy matter to look after. All
that is necessary is to secure samples
of the milk in the regular way, and
test it by a simple operation. Mr.
Martin of the Shawnee Ice Cream and
Novelty Co. has such a tester, which
he would be glad to allow the city
to use free of cost. A News reporter
was yesterday shown the practical
working of the tester by Mr. Martin.
Two samples of cream were subjected
to the test. One showed 26 per cent
of butter fat, which is very good, and
the other only about 20 per cent or
less, which is poor. The point of the
test was that the last sample was
furnished by a man whose sample,
supposed to be the same quality, had
the day previously been much better,
showing that it had evidently been
diluted. The test also by a simple
chemical reaction shows the presence
of any dirt or foreign matter in the
milk or cream. The different ele-
ments are separated in a rapidly re-
volving centrifugal machine, in which
it is turned for five minutes.
It is only fair to the babies of Shaw-
nee that a thorough investigation of
the milk supply be made. It is not
probable that more than one tor twv
cases of doped milk would be found,
but it might save a precious life.
Muskogee, I. T., June 13.—The debt
that the human race owes to the she
wolf for sucking Romulus and Remus
has been repaid. An Indian Terri-
tory woman has suckled a cub wolf
«t her breast and reared it to the hus*
ky age of raw meat, and young chick-
en killing. The woman is Mrs. R. J.
Bectal, who lives four miles south of
On what is known as Texas Hill a
wolf had her den and bore her litter
of seven little ones. Mr. Bectal cap-
tured all of the cubs but saved only
one of them. This one was but seven
days old when he took it, and its life
was saved by Mrs. Bectal, who allowed
It to nurse at her breast.
The cub is now two months old and
Is lively and healthy. Mr. Bectal
brought the wolf to this place and of-
fered to sell it to a local amusement
company. It Is apparently as tame as
For the sake of justice to Uie afflict-
ed and for the good of humanity, it
is my right and duty to recommend
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. We
owe to our country and our fellowmen
a duty. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents
Shawnee Drug Co.
A BABY WOLF
Dr. Shoop Family Med. Co., Racine,
plIeB get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Shoop'a Magic Ointment.
Please note It Is made alone for Piles,
and Its action Is positive and certain.
Itching, painful, protruding or blind
piles disappear like magic by Its use.
Large nickel capped glaBS Jars 50
cents. Sold by Wallace Mann. •
MANY APPLICANTS TO
The regular quarterly examination
for applicants to practice medicine in
Oklahoma was held in the council
chamber in the city hall at Guthrie
Tuesday and Wednesday.
The officers in charge are Dr. B. F.
Hamilton, Shawnee, president; Dr. E.
G Sbarpe, Guthrie, vice president;
Dr. G. W. Baker, Enid, secretary.
The following is the personnel of
the class taking the examinations:
J. A. Cox, Luther: C. R. Yerwood,
Austin, Texas; J, A. Belter, Goodwell;
C. R McKee, Enid; H. E. Yazel, Or-
lando; Walter T. Miller, Texas; J. T.
Bradshaw, Marshall, Mo.; T. H
Gough, Newkirk; N E Wilson, Win-
field; Isaac G. Hubbard, McKomis;
R. M. Sneevan. Leila E. Andrews, Ok
lahoma City; J. B. llnsell. Enid; J. A
Edwards, Cache; H. L. Marshall,
Stroughbus, 111.; W. L. Capshaw, Nor-
man; Llbbie E. Parson, Mangum; V.
V. Grant, Granite; J. P. Potter, Sew-
ard, Neb.; W. H. Smedley, Manches-
ter; ,L. B. Sutherland, Hastings; P.
M. Sanger, Oklahoma City; A. G. Gil-
es, Oklahoma City.
Maccabees Will Decorate Grave*.
The annual decoration day of the
Maccabees will be observed Sunday,
June 16, and preparations for the oc-
casion are already well under way.
There will be a sepclal sermon which
they will attend In a body, and other
exercises The Sir Knights will also
participate In the exercises.
There are Few
People who know how to take care of
themselves—the majority do not The
liver Is a most Important organ In the
body. Herblne will keep It la condi-
tion. V. C. Slmpklns, Alba, Texas,
writes: "I have used Herblne for
Chills and Fever and And It the best
medicine I ever used, t would not be
without it It Is as good for children
as It is for grown-up people, and I
recommend It It Is fine for La
Library Lyceum Course.
The library board of this city has
announced a lyceum course tor the
fall months, starting In October. It
Is to be held in the auditorium of the
Carnegie library. Among those on
the course are Juanita Boynton, read-
er; Splllman Rlggs, lecturer; The
Royal Oypsy Concert company; The
Eupbonum Glee Club; Gilbert A. El-
dredge, Impersonator, and Durane, the
magician who has entertained Shaw-
nee audiences many times In the past
The numbers have been well selected
and the course will be Instructive as
well as entertaining
Is now merely a memory of the past.
Ba'.lard's Snow Liniment Is the fam-
ily liniment of the twentieth century,
A positive cure for rheumatism, burns,
cuts, sprains, neuralgia, etc., Mr. C.
H. Runyon, Stanberry, Mo., writes
"I have used Snow Liniment for rheu-
matism and all pain. I can't say en-
ough In its praise." All druggists.
Bungalow and cottage
Mitchell, the architect
Flag Day Picnic
Under the Au^piceK of Organized Labor in Shawnee and Vicinity
At Broadway Amusement Park
1. SPEECH BY MAYOR FRANK P. STEARNS, 10 A, M. 2. SPEECH BY HON LEE CRUCE, 8 P. M.
3. SPEECH BY MISS KATE BARNARD, 3 P. M. 4. S. O. DAWS, EX PRESIDENT FARMERS' STATE
UNION, 1 P. M. WALTER PETEET OF DALLAS, TEXAS, AND OTHER NOTED SPEAKERS.
BALLOON ASCENSION WITH PARACHUTE DROP 2,000 FEET, 4 P. M. GREASED POLE CLIMB-
ING. SACK RACE, MERRY-QO-ROUND, SKATING RINK AND MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS. MUSIC
BY THE BAND,
THERE WILL BE SPECIAL CAR SERVICE EVERY FIFTEEN MINUTES TO AND FROM THE PIC-
BAND CONCERT 7 TO 8 P. M.
A CORDIAL INVITATION 18 EXTENDED TO EVERYBODY TO COME AND SPEND A DAY OF HAP
Take the Special Car for Picnic Grounds
FOR STAND PRIVILEGES SEE OR PHONE E. A. BOWERMAN, CHAIRMAN COMMITTEE ON PRIV-
ILEGES, 808 NORTH PHILADELPHIA. PHONE NO. 1009.
By Order of Committee
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