The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 158, Ed. 1 Friday, June 21, 1907 Page: 7 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1907
3 Months $1.00
Enid's Frisco Railroad Shops.
Enid, Okla.. June 21.—Oeneral Su-
perintendent Tyler and General Man
ager Nixon of the Frisco made this
city a visit, spending almost the en-
tide day here, and before leaving
gave it out that the local shops an<l
yards of the road are to be much en
larged in the near future. There has
been a great demand for such action,
of late, especially since the new pas
senger division of the road was estab
Ushed here, and the visit of the offi-
cials at this time was for the purpose
of determining exactly what the need
was. Before leaving they expressed
themselves as satisfied that immedi-
ate enlargement of the yards and
shops would be to the best interests
of the road.
Among th$ improvements which are
to be made in the near future is the
laying of about two hiiles of addition-
al switching track. The Frisco al-
ready owns a large tract of land ad-
joining its right of way in the north
part of the city, which it has been
holding for just such needs as seem
necessary now. The pay roll of the
road in Enid is about $50,000 per
month, which is about twenty-five per
cent greater than it was one year ago.
It is believed that the next year will
show an even greater proportional in-
crease than has the past.
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 pidneys. Troubles
of the B'om&ch, 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 youi
ailment, and not the cause. Weak
stomach nerves—the inside nerve®—
mean Stomach weakness, a1 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 nervee."
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. •
Laundry Erected for Blanket Indians.
Lawton, Okla., June 21.—Work has
begun on the steam laundry at the
Comanche IrnUan school, the contract
for which was recently awarded on a
cost basis of $5,000. This will be
the first Indian school laundry erected
among the Red Blanket Indians of the
Contractors are now completing the
reconstruction of the girls' dormitory
at the Indian school. This large
stone edifice, erected two yqprs ago
at a cost of about $20,000, was recent-
ly partially destroyed by fire.
Two cars of brick, to be used in
the construction of walks on the
school grounds and parks, arrived yes-
terday and contractors are to begin
placing walks at once.
That truth is stranger than fiction,
has once more been demonstrated In
the little town of Fedora, Tenn., the
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
hope bad fled when I began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery. Then instant
relief came. The coughing soon ceased
and the bleeding diminished rapidly,
and in three week3 I was ab'e to go
to work." Guaranteed cure for coughs
and colds. 60c and $1 at all druggists.
Trial bottle free. •
Endeavorers End Work*4t Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City, June 21.—After se-
lecting Enid as the next meeting place
and the Rev. I. L. Smith of El Reno
as a delegate to the national conven-
tion at Seattle, Wash., next month,
the Christian Endeavor society, which
has been in annual convention here,
The election of officers resulted as
follows: President, Rev. W. S. Rich-
ardson. El Reno; J. B. Cheadle, Alva,
first vice president; Miss Lawson, El
Reno, corresponding secretary; Miss
Ethel Dickinson, Hillsdale, I. T., re-
cording secretary; Miss Jimmle Love,
Oklahoma City, treasurer; Albert
Bays, Oklahoma City, press superin
tendent, and Mrs. W. H. Davis, Luth
er, junior superintendent.
Charles Dean was In Kansas City
yesterday on business.
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 rbeu
matism and all pain. I can't say en
ough in Its praise." All druggista. '
To the Ladies oi Shawnee
T WILL BE OUR PLEASURE, next week to present to you the achievement of two world famous
Parisiennes — Mme. Foulde de Grasse, the painter, and Mme. Margaine La Croix, the modiste who
was awarded the Grand Prize at the Paris Exposition for the most artistic creation in gowns. The
united geniuses of these two extraordinary leaders in their respective arts made perhaps the most
revolutionary advance ever discovered in woman's dress.
The pictures by Mme. Foulde de Grasse, hanging in honor places in the art galleries of Europe and
America, and the gowns by Mme. Margaine La Croix for European nobility and the women of America'!
smartest set, were the precursors of this most artistic product. Working together they seemed "to snatch a
grace beyond the reach of Art." Unfettered by narrow precedents, approaching a labor of love with spirits
unhampered and freed from set rules by their art training, with no wrong principles learned to follow, and
with only Now and their great art as a foundation they evolved and builded a new Corset — a Corset
essentially different from any hitherto known — a Corset with all the qualities of true elegance, symmet-
rical beauty, refined taste and poetic attraction.
Mme. Foulde de Grasse, understanding to a nicety the value of art
and its lines, contributed this knowledge and invented the patentable features
of the Corset. Mme. Margaine La Croix, as the artistic dressmaker, under-
stood to perfection the construction of a correctly fitting garment. The com-
bination Was ideal. It had been the province of one to paint, the other to gown,
the world's most charming examples of femininity. Their two arts blended and
their achievement Was ideal.
Written description cannot do this clever French idea in Corsetry justice. We give
you only an anticipatory hint when we tell you that these Corsets —"L'lrresistible" and
"The Gossard"—LACE IN FRONT. Instead of endeavoring to describe them we
extend a sincere and cordial invitation to come and see for yourself this foundation for a
perfect costume at the Exploitation Demonstration which will be given in our Corset
Section*commencing next Monday morning,* under the personal supervision*of
an expert Corsetiere, the personal representative of the makers. Yours respectfully,
Madden, Jarrell & Gee
See Saturday's Shawnee News for Further Details
Commencement at Epworth.
Oklahoma City, Okla., June 21.—
The first graduating exercises of Ep-
worth University were held last night
in the chapel of the university build-
ing. The diplomas to the three
graduates were presented by Chan-
cellor George. H. Bradford, following
the annual address by the Rev. Steele
of Brown wood, Texas. At the annual
meeting of the board of trustees It
was voted to establish a law depart-
ment in connection with the school
and to erect an additional story on
the main building. The faculty, all
of the members having been re-elect-
consists of Dr. George H. Brad-
ford, chancellor: B. T. Bynum, vice
chancellor; G. L. Harrell, physics;
G. B. McCreary, Greek; Mrs. D. Mil-
ler, G. H. Chambers, English; J. N.
Burton, principal of academy: Prof.
C. S. McCrelght, principal of commer-
cial school: Lucy Gage, principal of
kindergarten training department; J.
Marshall, dean of fine arts; Dr. W. K.
West, dean of school of medicine; Dr.
G. B. Williams, dean of pharmacy; C.
B. Ames, dean of law school.
Married in Oklahoma City.
Edward J. Peters of Shawnee and
Miss Sam Carter of Bonham, Texas,
were licensed to wed in Oklahoma
The Magic No. 3.
Number three Is a wonderful mascot
for Geo. H. Parria, of Cedar Grove,
Me., according to a letter which reads:
"After suffering much with liver ana
kidney trouble, and becoming greatly
discouraged by the failure to find re-
lief, I tried Electric Bitters, and as a
result I am a well man today. The
first bottle re'ieved, and three bottles
completed the cure." Guaranteed best
on earth for stomach, liver and kid
ney troubles, by all druggists. 50c.
Fruit Growers are Organized.
Oklahoma City, June 21.—Oklahoma
has at last joined California, Florida.
New York and the other great fruit
growing states in organizing a State
Fruit Growers association. The pur-
pose of the organization will be to
efTect a uniform system of grading,
packing and marketing of the Okla-
homa fruit crop.
About one hundred fruit growers
from all over the two territories par-
ticipated in yesterday's meeting at
the Chamber of Commerce. Officers
were elected and much business tran-
sacted. There were also some fruit
buyers who volunteered helpful sug-
gestions and the meeting proved a
big success. There were the usual
number of speeches.
The association adjourned until
July 2, when the fruit growers will
return to the city to discuss the mar-
keting of their crops. It is esti-
mated that about 100 car loads of
peaches will be shipped to market
from a radius of 100 miles. Prices
varying from $1.00 to $1.25 are confi
dently expected by the fruit grow-
C. G. Jones of Oklahoma City was
elected president of the association,
C. C. Blake of Canadian county was
made vice president, J. B. Thoburn of
Oklahoma City, secretary, and C. J.
Taylor of Wynnewood, treasurer. A
committee on by-laws was also se-
lected, Messrs. Klener, Thoburn and
Burke Grocery Co.
ARKANSAW HAMS 14e
(EVERY HAM GUARANTEED.)
TRY A SACK OF OUR CELEBRATED POLAR
4 LB. CAN POLAR BEAR COFFEE $1.00
3 LB. CAN POLAR BEAR COFFEE 76c
2 LB. CAN POLAR BEAR COFFEE SOc
1 LB. CAN POLAR BEAR COFFEE 25c
Try Us with an Order and We
Promise You Prompt Delivery
Burke Grocery Co.
! House of Lords
BAR and CAFE
Corner of Main and
Fine Wines, Liquors
John Garrett, Prop
GIVE ME THE
PHONE NO. 1tS
ICE CREAM PARLOR WHERE
THE BEST OF CREAMS AND
SOFT DRINKS OF ALL KINDS.
No. 6 We it Main St.
F. J. BOSWELL, PROP
Dr. Shoop Family Med Co., Racine,
riles get quick and certain relief
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
Please note It Is made alone for Piles,
and its action Is positive and certain.1
Itching, painful, protruding or blind
piles disappear like magic by Its use. j
Large nickel capped glass Jars 5*'
tents. Sold by Wallace Mann. * '
PHONE 112 | Cor. Okla. & Ninth Streets
Taylor Lumber Company
FOB FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL
E. A. Hradfield, Mgr | (11 VK US A C \ LI,
CARPENTBR & CONTRACTOR
•JOB WORK A KPECIALTY
P. O. BOS 773
Shop t29 N Bell
310 S. Dixon
GEO. GRAF has moved
bis CITY MEAT MARKET
on North Broadway from tbe
old stand to NO. 220 on the
SAME STREET, where he
bas pleasant and commod-
ious quarters. Mr. Graf Is
a popular caterer to tbe wants
of tbe public In tbe meat,
fish, etc., lines, and always
endeavors to offer tbe best
to a critical public. He will
always be glad to greet bis
old customers as well as new
ones at bis new stand.
B. P. HARRISON
■RICK AND STONE WORK
1(10 Ncrt-i Irortway
I WISH MY CUSTOMERS
— TO KNOW —
I have moved my shoe shop
Just north of th§ Burt hotel
You can eee my elgn from Main
N. D. Smith
11S NORTH UNION.
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