The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 158, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1907 Page: 6 of 8
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"l^t Shfiwnee News
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1907.
Try a Waal Ad
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I EVERYBODYS SPACE
I 1 imcti Vf c, I'.
General KimincMH, Three Linca U
Times Vf c, Payable in Advance
25 CENTS j
FOR RENT—A 27 room house, suit-
able for rooming house, also a store
room on first floor, suitable for restau-
rant and hotel office. Apply at f-
FOR RENT—A number of rooms
over the City Moat Market, opposite
the post office. Apply at City Meat
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences. Apply 825
N. Park. Phone 198.
CRAWFORD FOR FIRE INSURANCE
Will ear* you mosey. Im him
I per cent money, cheapest chattel
,o*na, sell your home oa payments
farms to trade (or city property. I
• til make yon money. Bee ma C.
W. Crawford, 101 East Main j ti
EXPERTS will explain any po;icy of
Insurance, standing of any company
and give ai.w advice wanted. Can
I give cost and loan values of any pot-
_ Icy. Charges, 11.00. Address R. B. C
FOR RENT—Rooms for light house O'e Norwood Hotel. !8-8t
keeping 336 East Seventh. 17-3'.
FOR SAI.E— Good sized gentle
young mule. Can be seen Tuesday at
602 N. Union. 16-3t
FOUND—A sack of sugar. Owner
can have same by calling at News
office and paying for this ad.
_ TO TRADB—A good farm for elty
property or stock of merehaadlae. C.
- W Kerfoot, 111 N. Bell. lUf
LOST—A bunch of keys,
to A. C., News office.
LOST—A coat on South Oklahoma,
near Seventh, Saturday cvenihg. Re-
turn to 208 S. Oklahoma. 17-3t
WANTED—Men to learn barber
trade, 115 to $20 weekly paid gradu-
ates; few weeks completes; can earn
expenses, tools and board from the
start; free clinic, constant practice,
careful Instructions, lectures, etc.
Busy season now. Write at once,
Moler Barber College, Da'las, Tex.
WANTED—At once, a good, relia-
ble man for clerk at Hotel Reeble. 17-3
I h*T« found a tried and te*t*l cur® lor RJ
T**—•1 Not ft remedy that will •trutghton ft*
41storv! limb* of chronic cripple*, nor turn Loaf
growth* back to fle«h afaln. That 1* unpoael**
lrn I can now surely kill the pain* and pane* W
tola deplorable disease.
In Germany—with a Chemist lu the City el
Barmsudt— I found the la*t Ingredient wltk
which Pr. Bhoop'i Rheumatic Remedy wa* made
a perfected. dependable prescription. Without
feat last Ingredient. I BUOOMifully treated many,
Many ca*«4 ol Rheum tl*m; but now. at last, ltunt
•armly cure* all curabU i-ases of this heretofore
Much dreaded disease. Those sand-Uke grnnulas
wastes, found In Rheumatic Blood, seem todlamto
and pass awsy under the action of thl* remedy es
ireely as does sugar when added to pure water.
And then, when dissolved, theee poisonous wattes
Ireely pay from the system, and the cause ol
Bfceumatiun Is gone forever. There Is now oa
votl aeed—no actual excuse to suffer longer with-
mm% halp Ws sell, and In confidence
WE WRITE AT
AND LIVE STOCK
SEE US BEFORE PLACINQ YOUR
Nelson-Dean Insurance Co.
AND CURE THE LUNGS
50c &$ 1.00
Guaranteed for all THROAT and
LUNO TROUBLES, or MONEY
L. C. MILLS
Thursday, Friday and
IS DISPLEASE!) AT HI.
President Roosevelt Advises Him
to See Root.
INSISTED ON INDEMNITY.
MistnUtng Silence of Chief Magintrnte
Following a Diplomatic Hint. Japan t
Ambassado Placed Himself In Posit lot-
to Be Recalled.
Chieapo. June 21 -Viscount A"\f.
Japan l>a trior, ays a Wash-
ington di H'ch t«> the Reoord H iiM
has incurred President Roosevelt
Strong dlnpi' ;i-iire htM-ause of his u
of rU ,ii ai\ and d retlon in conriu. t
Idk the negotiation relating to the
San Francisco attacks on Japanese
Aoki s recall is due to three thli
Being out of favor with Pr< dent
Roosevelt, man n ing a German woi,.;ci
(which made him unpopular in his run
country i and net getting full sm .
recognition from the members of ti •
diplomatic corps her-
Before President Roosevelt left f«>.
Oyster Bay th#- Japanese amhass i!
talked with him about the atta< ks tin
Japanese in California and about li •
(destruction of their property. A< ki
diplomatically hinted that th«- l?nit
States should pay Indemnity to Jap:
for the San Kranclsco mobs and o it
rages. President Roosevelt remain'
Hilpnt. and mistaking this silence
acquiescence in the suggestion, ti •
ambassador made a definite pro
tlon that the I nlted States pay at n
There was no mistaking the presl
dent's attitude then He forcibly .
d disapproval of the propositi t
land dismls >d tho ambassador wit!
he advice to oondu9t his negotiation
n future with the state department.
Secretary Hoot was informed of the
Incident and immediately changed his
demeanor toward the Japanese ambas
sador. Since that time the Intercourse
between the two men has been cold
and formal, onlv official matters bein0-
discuss d when they meet. Previonsh
Secretary Root had been somewha'
Impatient with Viscount Aokl be.
of his persistence in pressing trivia:
When the ambassador made his in-
demnity proposition to Secretary Rot
he was told that the Japanese have
no more tights than American citizen
have. The only redress American
have in such cases is to resort to the
courts and sue for damages But at
the same time the Federal govern
ment urged the governor of California
to give ample police protection to the
Japanese. This is now being done.
Oklahoma Is Compared to France
England, and Italy's Azue Skies
New York June 21. Hon. Janx ■
Bryce. British ambassador to n •
United States, is according to friei
of President Davidson of the Sa 1 •
and San Francisco railroad, who ! :
been traveling through Kansas OKI.
homa and l.nlian Territory with
Bryce. learning more about the sot
wegt than is involved in the study
f agricultural development of th:
part of th« country and the Inrush
population have aroused his keen-
Interest Mr. Bryce is quoted ah a\
ing: "The southwest possesses f <
agricultural wealth of France, t' •
rural beauties of England and tl;
tinted azure skies of Italy."
When you want your
lawn mowers sharp-
ened or repaired and
all other repairing.
101 N. Philadelphia.
The Teddy Bears, a Clever Satire
^ | on the Popular Craze.
^' Trip Through Ceylon, showing Seen-
I ery, Life and Customs of the country.
! Shawnee ^
Some rare Opportuni-
ties in Real Estate
Moat complete list in the elty ot
both city and farm property. Bee na
Cor a complete list of price* And
terms. We can cell you both vacant
and Improved property In any part
of Shawnee at the moat : laaonable
prices, and on terms to snlt teh pur-
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Pbona S08 >03 East Main
Clarke's Seed Store
118 Bast Main BL
CLARKE A KELLER, Prop*.
Wa Mil avarythUf la tardea
Held and tower seeds, alfalfa,
clover, timothy, Bennsda seed
KlSbon Cans seed, XaBr millet
sweet potatoes potatoes, oats
everything In seeds.
We bay cane, Ksfflr, millet
etc. Wa will save you moaey on
yoor aeed bill.
HARRY SCOTT WARNER
Qoodbye Dixie Dear.
Somebody's Waiting 'Neath Southern
MISS LOHAINE DRUMMOND, Plsnlst
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY, 8MB ana
ALL SEATS. 10c
il In lb« U. 8. operated «>y lUil-
*©OB. Many adTanume* over
Ih. Sehoel. H'HM" Clt|, Urn
STRAIGHT FOR SWAMPS.
Three Bloodhounds and Twenty-Fivt
Armed Ven Seeking Kidnappers.
New Orleans, June 21 -Three of tin
best bloodhounds in the state, follow**
by twenty f,\. armed men, are trc;i
lng their wa through the swanii
near Si ftose. I.a . on a trail which i
Is hoped will lead to the capture <
Walter I.umona's kidnappers T>
dogfs were taken to St rose from '!
■tate capita and a handkerchief fn>-
the po« I et of an Italian whom tl
police suspet t of <omplicity in '
kidnapping held to their noses TI:
dogs then sc ented for a few minu
about the Italian house after wli
they dashed yelping straight for
swamps of St. Chailes parish.
TRAIN CUT IN TWO.
Was Passing Through Tunnel Whe
Rock Fell Upon It.
Louisville. Ky. June 21.—A passei
ger train on the Baltimore and ( i
Southwestern rai road was cut in tv
by falling r«« k in .1 tunnel near Mite
ell. In.l The train left St Loui-
9:30 Wedti. M'a\ night for Clncini *
The accident hapi>ened at 4 or
Thursda> n.orning seventeen peo,<
were repot • 1 in.iurer? four of th
seriously The injured were taken t
Henr> Harrison Hall Dead.
Alkcn. > " Iune 21 - Col f
Henry Har «'n Hal a prominent < ?
federate veteran, great grand son
President \V. ilain Henry Harr « :
VAN PIPER CONTINUES.
Witness Relates Considerab'y
Wbshlngton, June 21 In the t:
of Edwin S. Holmes, Jr charged wit!,
conspiring to defraud the government
by giving ont crop information th<
district attorney produced the affi
davit presented by Witness Van Riper
to Secretary Wilson when he made his
first complaint in 1! 05, a recital under
oath of th. charges made by Van Riper
against Holmes. In repl to questions
by Mr Worthington th- witness re
Iterated his statement that he had
made no direct agreement with Holmes
for Information, and said he did not
consider that his conduct had been
improper lie said he had suppressed
the names of Price and Haas in his
statement to the secretary because he
did not desire to involve them un-
necessarily. He also said that the
agreement was for the manipulation
of the market, and Holmes should give
any figures he should see fit In the
crop reports in the absence of Hyde
Van Riper said It had become im
portant to know in advance the ap
proaching report of the December r< -
port of the census bureau on the
amount of cotton of the 1904 crop
that had been ginned, and that Holmes
had seen Director North of that bu-
reau who had assured him that his
report would confirm the agricultural
Van Riper said he had not seen Peck-
ham since June, 1904, but that so far
as he know, their relations were
friendly. It was not true that Peck-
ham had threatened to kill him.
With reference to his failure to de
stroy letters^ as requested by his va
rious correspondents, Van Riper s: id
that he had intended to tear them
but had put them away and neglect
to do so.
"Why then, did you rescue from
the waslebasket the agreement
tween Holmea and Haas?" he was
"Because." he replied, "I had r
son to suspect *hat Haas was unfriend-
ly to me."
The witness declared that he had
had no understanding with Special
Government Attorney Reach or any
one else that he should not he lndl«'
ed. although Mr. Beach had agreed
that the information he might give
should not be used against him.
The witness testified that Holnrv®
had told him that Haas handed to hin.
(Holmes) $49,000 as the result of <
•rations with other brokers on the
cotton report of October. 1904, whi< I
was before Holmes met Van Riper
Van Riper said he had never before
mentioned this fact because he had
not been asked about it.
One Fatality and Three Casualties and
Memphis June 21.—C. Miller, a n<
gro. was burned to death. Robert (I ;
lach seriously burned, (ieorge R"<i
gers, a negro, slightly burned and
Mrs. Louise Faquin cut and bruised
as a result of an explosion of a tank
of gasoline used in renovating at I
Reigel & Co s dye works The fin
which followed the explosion destroy
ed the plant.
FOULED BY HAWSER.
Officers of Tug Crisf'eld Were In No
Wise to Blame.
Washington June 21.—Adni:
Moore, commanding the fourth divisio;
of the Atlantic fleet, who is at pres< :
ranking officer of the American ship-
In Hampton Roads, arrived with the
report of the naval hoard of investiga
tlon which has been looking into the
circumstances surrounding the lost
of the launch of the battleship Mima
sot a. The board found the launch wa
fouled b\ the steel hawser with which
the big tug Crisfield was tolng th>
barge carrying a number of loaded
freight cars from Cape Charles to Nia
folk. No crlminaliP. is attached t<
the officers of the CrisfleTQ. who w :<
in ignorance of the disaster.
DIES IN CONVULSIONS.
Negro Talking to Two Women Re
ceives His Death Blow.
Longview. Tex.. June 21.—While
talking with two women of his race
Lon Adams, a negro, was struck by a:,
unknown person, either wltn a rock
or stick, on the head. He walked sev-
eral blocks fell and died in convul-
Cleveland Passes Crisis.
New York. June 21.—Advices from
Prln< etoi. -tate that ex President Gro
ver Clcv and had been seriously ill
at his home there for some days, and
that f< i some time his family and
friends who kmnv of his condition
were mm h alarmed. Mr. Cleveland, it
is said, has now passed the crisis
CREW MISS CARROLL'S HAIR
AND WE CAN
Beautiful Hair At Small Cost.
ITHIN the last decade great and rapid strides have t>een made in
Materia Medics. Many diseases that were considered incurable
fifteen years ago are now cured in a few days, and in many cases prevented
altogether. The scientists of late years have been delving for the cause,
the foundation, the reason and the starting point of disease, fully realizing
that the actual and true cause must be ascertained l>efore the remedy can
be located. Hair troubles, like many other diseases, have been wrongly
diagnosed and altogether misunderstood. The hair itself is not the thing
to l>e treated, for the reason that it is simply a product of the scalp, and
wholly dependent upon its action. The scalp is the very soil in which
the hair is produced, nurtured and grown, and it alone should receive the
attention if results are to be expected. It would do no earthly good to
treat the stem of a plant with a view of making it grow and become more
t>eautiful—the soil in which the plant grows must be attended to. There-
fore, the scalp in which the hair grows must receive the attention if you
are to expect It to grow and become more beautiful.
Loss of hair is caused by the scalp drying up, or losing
its supply of moisture or nutriment, and when baldness
occurs the scalp has simply lost all of its nourishment,
leaving nothing for the hair to feed upon (a plant or even
a tree would die under similar conditions).
The natural and logical thing to do in either case is,
feed and replenish the soil or scalp as the case may be,
and your crop will grow and multiply as nature intended
Dr. Knowlton's DANDERINE
Is the only remedy for the hair ever discovered that is identical
with the natural hair foods or liquids of the scalp. It feeds and
nourishes the hair and does all the work originally carried on by
the natural nutrients or life-giving juices generated by the scalp
itself. It penetrates the pores of the scalp quickly and the hair
soon shows the effects of its wonderfully exhilarating and life-
One twenty-five-cent bottle is enough to convince you of its great
worth as a hair growing and hair beautifying remedy—try it and see
for yourself. Now on sale at every drug and toilet 6tore in the land.
Three sizes, 3$c, 50c and $1.00.
rnPP To show how quickly Oandcrlna acts we will send a Urge sample free by return mail to any one who sends this advertifleiMat
■ II EL EL to the Knowlton l>and«rin« Co., Chicago, with their name and address and 10 cents in iilver or stamps to pay postare-
MISS J. CARROLL
3307 Irving Ave., Chicago
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medicine w Bus* P«tle.
Brings Boidw HMlttl ind Rew.td VlfOf. I
A T*clfloforCOMtlj tlon. ludi^tlon. Lirir ttl(] nm] ,, t PtesUltM 1
nd KiJni-y troutilM. llmi.lM. Eczi mj. Impure
llood. Bad Ilrenth. Sluiriilsh Bowel* Htad cho jamlD Hill I
_nd llftcUftchc. luKockr Mountain Tc« In tab-
let tom. ss cenu hot Genuine made bj
HOLUSTUi riBCO CoMPiNT. Madison. WIS.
C01DEN NUGGETS FOR SAIL0W PEOPLE
ST R O N G
is what Mrs. Lucy
Stcvall.of Tilton. Ga„
said after taking
^ Kodol for Dvs-
stored to perfect
hsalth by this rem-
edy YOU may be
well If you will take
nearly all the sicK-
ness that women
have. It deprives the system of nourish-
ment and the delicate organs peculiar tc
women suffer—weaken, and becomt
enables the stomach and digestive organi
to d.gest and assimilate all of the whole-
some food that may be eaten !t nourishes
the body, and rebuilds tne weak organs,
restoring health *nd strength. Kodol
relieves indigestion.constipation, dyspepsia
sour risings, belching, heartburn ant* ail
Digests What You Eat
WISH YOU COULD SEE MY |
...LINE OF SOAP... 1
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
Opposite City Hali
•<1 here, aged elf!
WOOD A ION
•horn 10C1 No. Ill N. B*l)
Shawnee, O. T.
• COUNTRY CLUB."
Cleaners and Dyers.
117 I S Bast Main BL Phone lit.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. 8peo-
lal attention given ladlee' garment*
Convirtfd of Grand Larceny.
Mlnneai c hm< 21 W F ' • 1
tell, form*'• ptv nt "I tho N i
western Nf mal f Insurant «>
pany ol Mhin a; o .s. was tound wuilt
of grand ! m \ I a jur\ whlrh
beon i--.it 'v ■ v 'our hours
Shoos a a .up: ly Ho-se Burn
Fort B!: 1-'i. .lr • : ' TN ma rin
shops and - i| lu.i. • <
Qu .hmi and Pi -
Queeu. Ark w**re burned l oss fi
Three Killed. Hundred Wounded.
Paris. Jane 21 Ah a result of the
wlnegr* .\ers" demonstrations th: •
persons weri killed at Narbonn*
Tii in sda■' and fully 100 |6ldlen at
civilian ln< Hiding a score of women
woundi l Hi'veral sustaining fatal in
HARRYMAN'8 DRUG STORE.
The national and state authorities
are taking action to protect the put>-
11c from the evil effects of Impure
foods. The manufacturers of Blue
Ribbon Ice Cream are doing the same
thing In the Interests of their patTons. j
The consumers of this product may
estt assured that nothing enters Into
It but pure wholesome ingredient*, j
It is made by the most improved meth-;
ode. Its flavors are of the highest ana
purest grades. It Is put up In beautl-
fu' shapes and designs. We deliver
anywhere In the city. We can furnish,
you with sweet cream and buttermilk.
Call us when wanting anything In our
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon
WEB iH>T SuiT
Very few men are shaped alike.
Their forms may look alike, but ac
tual measurement will show many dis-
crepancies. That is why "made to
crder" clothes always fit better than
• ready made." In constructing clothes
we always build to suit, noting every
peculiarity In a man's shape and allow-
ing for It In the garments And that
is why we have such uniform sue
ecss in fitting our patrons.
J. H. KREILING,
118 & Main.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
Dennett Pleads Guilty.
New York. June 21.—Oliver M Den
nett tho !>i * or who was arrested In
connection with the theft of more thai
$600.00< in lo! s from the Trust Com
pany ot An*, lira, pleaded guilty Tin-
day to a charge of criminally receiving
Freight Train Wrecked.
Bpokan* . W.i h June .1- A frei^*'.
train on the Spokane and Intern;.•
al railway wa wrecked near Spok
bridge. Bight men were i ljured Oaf
of the Injured was t itally hurt.
«►,. ilk— ^ Kb - ... Jk.
BLUE RIBBON CREAM-
ERY 8 ICE CREAM GO.
Phone* 90 or 18.
S. M. Gloyd
E. A. Rogers. Mgr.
St. Louis Cyclone Store
The 8L Lotili Cyclone Store ■lock la complete.
Here it velue for money cannot be beat
Ezcre bargain! are found east end of Main atreet.
Come bere for dry food a In atylea ma are new,
You will And the spring goods sure to please yo«
Come here for dress goods and waist nga select,
Lawns and wash goods all klnda pat erns correct,
Or shirtwaist* and klrt* strictly flr*t rate.
New and freah goods, right up to <fcte
Excellent shoe* for ladlee and men,
Selling at prices to bring them again
The latest In furnlBhlngs—hats, shirts and collars,
Or Jewelry and notions, saving you ®llari
Reliable good* here all the time,
Every trade that you make yon save dollars and dlmea.
HELBM EZER, Proprietor 303 B. Main Ht.
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