The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 154, Ed. 1 Monday, June 17, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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The Shawnee News
MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1907.
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THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER OF SHAWNEE.
LOU S. ALl^ARU, Owner it Publisher
News Business Office, 121
Lou S. A Hard's KeHidence. 24 ti
HJntered as second class mail matter
Shawnee, Oklahoma, under the act of
Congress of March 3, 1879
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President Roosevelt is thoroughly
wrought up over the so called public
lands convention, which is to be held
in Denver, beginning June 18, under
authority of the Colorado legislature
Action hostile to the president's poll
cles regarding public lands and for
eBts is regarded as not Improbable,
and there Is some fear that poltics
will i). introduced into the Denver
convention by politicians who are un
friendly to Mr. Roosevelt.
For the purpose of forestalling, If
prsslble, any host!It- resolutions or
action. Governor Frank Frant/. will
head a delegation from Oklahoma in
the convention, every member of
which has been carefully selected as
to hi.' fight.ng qualities and devotion
to President Roosevelt's policies. The
delegation left for Denver Sim-
day night and in addition to Governor
Frantz will comprise the following:
William ('.rimes, Guthrie; Jerome Har-
rington. Watonga. Col. (!. U. Doug
las. Muskogee; A. E. Perry, Coalgate;
C. F. Hunter, Oklahoma City; Frank
Rush, Blackburn; 1). It Ilnyd, Nor-
man; Paul H Smith, \toka; 0. A
McNabb Oklahoma City J. R. Blair
One of the measures which Is ex-
pected to come in for special condem-
nation is the wholesale withdrawal of
lands from public entry during th"
last few years Many millions of
acres haw been withdrawn, either
because the laud in question wus sup-
posed to contain beds of coal or be-
cause it might prove nee- to pro-
tect the standing timber The presi-
dent withdrew the supposed coal lands
pending enactment of legislation to
prevent the formation ,of monopolies
to develop the coal, ami h withdrew
the forest ervlce of th- reclamation
Km pel or 1'"'
Francis Joseph I
■soph I of
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samples of my Dr Shoop's Restora
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merely symptoms of a deeper aliment.
Don't make the common error of treat
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stomach nerves—the inside nerves—
mean Stomach weakness, a1 ways. And
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their controlling or Inside nerves.
Weaken these nerves, and you inevl
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where Dr. Shoop's Restorative has
made Its fame. No other remedy even
claims to treat the "inside nerves."
Also for bloating, biliousness, bad
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. •
tria and King of Hungary was born
on August 18, 1830. He ascended
the throue ou December 2, 1848, and
married the Duchess Elizabeth of Ba-
varia on April 24, 1854, who \«us as-
sassinated at Geneva, Switzerland, in
September, 1898 . The Emperor is
most beloved by all the various races
and kingdoms which come under his
sway, and Is universally considered
to p< ws* unusual talent for govern-
ment and a most amiable disposition.
Ills h ir is the Archduke Franz-Fer-
dinand. He is granted approximately
$10,000,000 annually, half of which
conic • from the revenues of Austria
and the remainder from Hungary.
A Fortunate Escape.
The Alva Courier gives the follow
Ing* account of a miraculous escape:
As Mrs. Haas and children of Hope,
ton were coming to town yesterday
they met with a very narrow escape
from being killed. As she was driv-
1 ing down the hill south of the city.
I and as there was no draw back straps
! on the harness, the buggy ran against
i he horses and frightened them and
they started to run. Mrs. Haas could
do nothing but keep them in the road
but when they got to town they ran
against Mr. Bfttner's fence, throwing
Mrs. Haas and children out over the
front of the buggy, and how It came
from killing or hurting them Is a mir-
acle. We understand one of the horses
was badly crippled.
A hammock for two; Just you—and
the glorious little ginger snap.
For what better company
could you wish?
Helped Build Fort 3111.
Lawton, Okla., June 17 —'"Mickle"
Heisham. the "corral boss." one of the
poneers of Oklahoma who helped
build Fort Sill In 1862. when he was
a mere boy, was killed near Apache
while In discharge of his duties with
the United States government. He
had born at Fort Sill for the past 40
years and left that post at seven
o'clock with the 13th cavalry overland
for Fort Leavenworth. While driving
a team he fell from the loaded wagon
and was crushed to death No person
was better known that "Micke." He
Is considered one of the oldest mein
bers In the Odd Fellows in Oklahoma*
Bryan Invited to Address Convention. Conscience Troubed Him.
Is now merely a memory of the past j"
Ba'lard's Snow Liniment is the fam ■
lly liniment of the twentieth century, i t
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. •
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Shawnee National Bank
As made io the Comptroller of the Currency, at the close
Saturday January 26, igoy
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
H. T. Douglas
Our Comparative Statement Showing Growth of Deposits:
Oklahoma City, June 17 -William
Bryan of Lincoln Neb the Idol
|wf the democracy of Oklahoma and.
Indian Territory, will be iu the city i
on Tuesday and it is quiie likely wilt |
address the democratic state conven-
tion on that date.
Lost or Strayed
A black and white 8(lotted stallion
branded on right hind hip S. S. and
white fac and glass eyes, about 10
years old. Last seen was June 1 at
mv placc. A reward for the return
or Information of same. Address N
R. Fortbnry. R. F. I) No. 5. two and
one-half miles north on Kickapoo
road. Shawnee, O. T
Th > Nebraska!! will deliver a lec-
ture at Chickasha on Monday night.
He will arrive in the city on Tues
day morning and leave on the M. K. &
T. train at 10:40 a. m. for Bartles
ville. I T. where he will All a lectur
engagement on Tuesday night.
Chairman J. B. Tboiupaou of the
democratic state central committee
uud Secretary Chapman have extend-
ed Mr. Bryan an invitation to ad-
dress the democratic state conven-
tion during his brief stay here. It
quite likely he will accept.
Austlu, June 17.—John K. Aiken,
when 18 years old, fired into a passen-
r train near Gauze, Texas, killing
J. R Scobee. He was convicted and
sentenced to a life term in the state
! penitentiar . He escaped after serv-
ing eighteen months, went to the
home of relatives near Hot Springs,
| \rk where he has lived unmolested
J for thirty-five years.
Aken married, raised a family and
became prominent in the community,
hut all this time, he says, his con-
science troubled him and he concluded
recently that the only way he could
'obtain peace of mind was to come to
Austin and surrender to Governor
Campbell. This he did a week ago.
Friends rallied to his aid ami a pe-
I titlon for his pardon was submitted to
| the governor. This petition was fa
vorably acted upon today.
Better Than Any Other.
Cuero, Tex., May 23. 1906.
"Ship me one gross Dr. Menden-
He Fired the Stick.
'i have fired the walking stick I've j
carried over 40 years, ou account of,
a sore that resisted e ery kind of (,„!]•, chill and Fever Cure. We have
treatment, until 1 tried Bucklen'a ar-1 ^ „,1|ng your chn Cure (or four
nlca Salve; that has helped the aore, y#tr$ and „ B,VM better gnnerll, r(h
and made me a happy man," writes
John Garrett of North Mills, N. C.
Guaranteed for Piles, Burns, etc., by
all druggists 25c. *
suits than any Chill Tonic we have
ever sold."—Cuero Drug Co.. For
sale by Shawnee Drug Store •
the people of the world don't Know
how the other half live. Over half
the average ordinary expenditures of
a family could be saved by economiz-
ing. Why not do it and bank this
A GOOD SAVINGS BANK!
We recommend this one. It pays
best rates of interest and is sound and
solvent. Think, act and deposit here,
and you'll have money when you need
UNION SAVINGS' BANK
Milton Bryan to Defend Haskell.
Judge Milton Bryan of Shawnee Is
among the counsel named by C, N
Haskell to defend him against the
harge of criminal libel. The others
are Judge W. A. Ledbetter of AM
more, to be assisted by W. C. Hughes
and E. G. McAdams of Oklahoma
City, and Preston Davis of Vinita
Organizer to Come Friday.
The Pott County Germans held an-
other enthusiastic meeting Sunday af-
ternoon in the city hall auditorium.
No further steps were taken toward
organization, it being decided to wait
until Friday evening, when National
Organizer Brown of the Turners will
be hefe and address the meeting at 8
If you Want the cheapest
good coffee in the world buy
Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee.
The^e is no other.
Ai.1.1 . .viaM UllUA., Now York City.
YOU 8IMPLY CAN'T
think of anything more appetizing
and delicious than a plate of ice |
cream or water ice—unless it's two I
plates. And your Initial spoonful will
call loudly for more. Others have,
said it-—you will say it when you hav<
tasted and tested Martin's cream '
Glad to have your opinion first tlmr
you're this way or will order by mail,
messenger or phone. Be sure and
call for our cream, at all drug stores
and confectionaries, and take no oth-
THE SHAWNEE ICE CREAM AND
12 West Main, phone 1106.
George B. Crisman
ISO 8 Oklahoma. Phone 7tl
Juror. In all cufi do not agree.
And In the wtn>> light thing, will not
Of the matter In hand they take dif-
And conviction by argument often re-
Bat thla city a people are of one mind !
la bellt Ting that "Ueek'a la the heal
place to And
Urocerlea hlgk grade and meata that;
Tha ft neat of eatable*, right In th'
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3 Big Specials
100 Pair Men's Pants slightly soiled, worth
$2.00 to $5.00, your choice 10 prion d§)
Saturday at - - I L llluu
150 Boys Knee Pant Suits worth $2.00 to
$4.50, ali sizes 3 to 16 years 10
On sale Saturday at - - ■ *
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