The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 168, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1907.
3 Months $1.00
j BE SURE
And Visit the
124 NORTH BROADWAY
Special Attention Given
Ladies and Children
GREW THIS HAM
And ws oiii
40 ft. South Broadway, ail Ideal lo-
cation, rent at present $50 per month.
Trackage property. A snap If takeu
I have three extra good Main street
Investments; It Interested would be
glad to have you call at my office as
I would like to talk to you ahout
6 acres fairly well Improved, 3
blocks from car line Broadway heights
, Two ten acre blocks 4 blocks from
car line North Broadway heights.
100 feet east front 1200 block N.
Market street, price $500.
70 feet in 700 block North Broadway
with a modern 8 room house, price
Fifty feet corner, 6 room house, barn
North Broadway, $1,800.
76 ft east front, 6 room house, in
600 block North Beard street, $2,100.
60 ft. front, house with large rooms
200 block South Eden street, $850.
76 ft. wth Ideal shade, 600 block N.
Market street, modern 6 room house,
good barn, price $2,660.
60 ft east front, corner Tenth and
Market streets, 5 room house, price
If in the market for anything in the
real eBtate line in Shawnee I might
suggest that you buy before the rise
in prices which Is sure to come with
in the next ninety days. I loan money
on all klndB of chattel securities, 118
N. Broadway, phone No. 399.
He Is Asked to Be Guest of the j
San Antonio Fair.
City of Mexico, July 5.—The San
Antonio fair committee was received
by President Diaz Wednesday. The
audieuc^ was arranged through the
department of public works.
The president received the commit-
tee in his private office. Colonel Otto
Warhmund, W. H. Sims, J. M. Vance,
James J. Slayden, N. M. Betasluce and
Theodore Harrison constituted the
Thy audience served a double pur-
pose i'hy /air committee prevailed
upon Pre* 1,1 Diaz Lo aUeud tf,i
next annual fair ihls fall. Mr. Har-
rison, as president of the International
club of San Antonio, informing t e
president of his election as an honor-
ary member with President Roosevelt
of the club.
FRANCES MARIE KNOWLTON,
080 Garfield Boulevard, Chicago, 111,,
Ayi 4 Year*.
Little Frances Knowlton'a beautiful head of
golden hair has made her famous the world
ovar She Is only four years old and her hair
bangs within oae foet of the floor. Dr. E. W.
Koowlton, her father, Is the discoverer of Dan-
derlne, and attributes the beauty of her wonder-
ful growth of hair to the extraordinary hair
strengthening qualities of this great hair grow-
ing remedy. It has been tested oq hundreds of
Others and has proven absolutely succeaaful la
every case. 'NOW 011 aale at all druggists,
three sizes, 2Bo- BOo. A $1.00 per bottle.
KNOWLTON DANDER1NK CO.. Chicago.
Juror* is all cases do not acres.
And In the same light things will aot
Of the matter in hand they take dif-
And conviction by argument often re-
Bit thla city's people are of oae mind
t> bettering that "Meek'a la the beet
place to Ind
Groceries high grade and meats that
The nneet of eatabiea, right in the
Meeks & Go, Market
GROCERIES AND MEATS,
Summer Cultivation for Prize Corn.
The management of the National
Corn Exposition, to be held in Chica-
go next October, calls attention to the
fact that, although the season has
been late and conditions were not the
most favorable at the start, indica-
tions now point to a tremendous corn
crop. The thing is to give the crop
the very best cultivation possible, so
as to hasten maturity, keep the field
free from weeds, and produce rapid
ami vigorous growth. Conditions have
been the same through the corn belt,
so that no one section is any worse
or better off than any other. If the
crop is somewhat backward in your
section, remember that the same is
true in other sections. You will hav
an equal chance with your brother
corn growers. Remember that the
magnificent array of prizes offered
aTe only for corn grown this year; if
the corn is a little backward, the
growers will get the money just the
same. Go into it for the money, and
you are sure to win.
I will mail you free, to prove merit,
samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restora-
tive and my Book on either Dyspep-
sia, The Heart or The Kidneys. Trou-
bles of the Stmach, Heart or Kidneys
are merely symptoms of a deeper ail-
ment. Don't make the common error
of treating symptoms only. Symptom
treatment is treating the result of
your ailment, and not the cause. Weak
Stomach nerves—the inside nerves—
mean Stomach weakness, always. 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 Restrative has
made its fame. No other remedy even
claim o treat the "inside nerves." Also
for bloating, biliousness, bad breath
or complexion, us Dr. Shoop's Rstora-
tive. White me today for sample
and free book. D. Shoop, Racine,
Wis. The Resorative is sold by Wal-
lace Mann. •
My eye tests disclose fully, and my
eye glasses meet entirely, the needs
of the eyesight. My examination is
made with great care, and it's only
glasses when needed. I have facili-
ties at hand to render you satisfac-
tory eyeglass service at moderate
DR. F. F. GEARHEARD
Oflce 106 12 E. Main Street
Over Hickey Bros.
Weevil at Work.
McAlester, I. T., July 5.—It is said
that the boll weevil has appeared in
such numbers in the southern part
of the territory that if the pest is not
stopped there will not be one bale of
cotton to fifty acres of land. The
weevils are not only on the cotton
but on the weeds all over the prai-
ries. The farmers are doing all in
their power to stop the spread of the
terrible pest, but so far have not suc-
ceeded. One farmer near Matoy says
he has succeeded in killing the wee-
vils with a mixture of denatured alco-
hol and worm seed oil, which he
sjrrays over the cotton. Worm seed
it is said, will kill most any insect
and as it can be easily and cheaply
grown, may prove a blessing to the
farmers who have been nearly ruined
by the weevils.
Buffa • Old Home Week.
To the Editor:
Will you kindly ask such of your
readers as are former residents of
Buffalo, N. Y., to send their address-
es to the Old Home Week Committee
is order to receive souvenir invita-
tions to Old Home Week In Buffalo,
which will be from September 1st to
he 7th inclusive? By doing so, you
will greatly oblige the committee.
JAMES W. GREENE.
CMairman Publicity Committee.
ABOUT TO CLASH.
Rival Construction Forces May
Seattle. July 4.—A dispatch to the
Post-Intelligencer from Valdez, Alaska,
tells of preparations for armed con-
flicts between Copper river and North-
ern railway forces and Alaska Pacific
railway men at Katella. The Copper
River railway, which is known through-
out Alaska as a Guggenheim proposi-
tion, is aiming to tap the Copper river
district in attempting to cross the
right-of-way 0f ihe Alaska Pacific
company, known as the Brunei' line,
which is also headed for the Copper
river district bv way of Lake Charlotte.
The Brunei- people applied to Governor
Hoggatt of Alaska for United States
troops, aliening the C?rig*enheim forces
contemplate an armed attack on them
Authorities at Valdez admit the situs I
tion is serious.
GREAT BASEBALL CONTEST.
Bronchos Defeat the Senators In Game
of Fifteen Innings.
One of the greatest games of base-
ball ever played in Texas wap the one
at San Antonio Wednesday, the local
team of the Texas Rasehal! league de-
feating Austin. The only run was
score din '.lie fifteenth inning. Dolari
pitch* d for San Antonio and Sutor for
Austin, elev >n base hits being secured
off each. The locals had two misplays
and the visitors thre.*
Fori Worth, 3; Houston. 2.
Dallas, 4; Temple, l
Houston. 5; Galveston, 2.
Philadelphia, 3; New Yc-k. 1.
Washington, ti; Boston. 1
Cleveland, 2; Chicago, 1.
St Louis, *8; Detroit, 4; ten in-
Philadelphia. Boston, ft.
Chicago. 3; Cincinnati. 1.
Brooklyn. 1: New Yrk, ft.
Pittsburg, 5: St. Louis. 4.
Atlanta. 10; Nashville, ?,.
New Orleans, 7: Memphis, 0.
Montgomery, 11; Birmingham. 0.
Secured by Milwaukee.
Milwaukee. Wis . July 4.—President
Havener of the Milwaukee Baseball
club.has purchased Outfielder McKarn
from Little Rock of the Southern Base-
ball league. He Mas under suspension
but the ban has been raised.
About Eighty Japanese Are at Laredo
Laredo, July 5.—About eighty Jap-
anese are housed in the Immigration
department's headquarters In this city
awaiting admission into the United
States As there is no interpreter here
they are being held pending the ar-
rival of one. Many of them are ex
soldiers, and still wear their uniforms.
They are being fed at the expense of
the government pending the arrival
of the interpreter to conduct their ex-
They appear to be the vanguard of
a large crowd who entered Mexico as
contract laborers to work in the mines,
but who. evidently not liking the sur
rounding*, seek to enter the United
States All seem to be plentifully
supplied with money.
is what Mr#. Lucy
Stovall, of Tilton, Ga*
said after taking
Kodol fcr Dys-
of other w«ak
being r e -
stored to perfect
health by this rem-
edy YOU may bs
well if you will uki
nearly all the sick-
ness that women
hare. It deprives the system of nourish-
ment and the delicate organs peculiar to
women suffer — weaken, and becomt
•hables the stomach and digestive organs
lo digest and assimilate all of the whole-
tome food that may be eaten. It nourishes
the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,
restoring health and strength. Kodol
reiievee Indigestion, constipstion, dyspepsia,
•our risings, belching, heartburn and all
Digests What You Eat
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HARRYMAN'8 DRUG STORE.
IT wirt Stirnpth. or TWrt TVwrtnoM. means Net
Rtr *iifth. or N'ervf Weakness—nothing more. P
Itively, not out- wt-ak lu-mt in a humlre<l is. in
elf. actually riiaeMod. It is almost always
hi'lden tiny little nerve that really wall at fail)
This obscure nerve—the Cardiac, or Heart Nerve
—simply needs, and must hate, more power, more
stability, mor« controlling more governing
Strength. Without that the Hm > must eontii oe
to fail, and the Ptomacli and kiihu-js also have
these same controlling nerves
This clearly « xplaius whr, r3 a medicine. Dr.
Bhoop's i: stur-" iiak in the past done so much
for w ::L- L...1 ailing Hearts. Dr. Shoop first sought
the cause of all this painful, palpitating, suffocat-
ing heart distress Dr. Shoop's Restorative—this
popular prebcription—is alone directed to these
weak and wasting nerve centers. It builds;
It strengthens; it offers real, genuine heart help.
If you would have strong Hearts, strong di-
f"-t!on, strengthen these nerves — re-establish
, ihem as needed, with
NOISIEST EVER KNOWN.
New York Fireworks Dealers j
Reap a Harvest.
SALES TRULY IMMENSE.
National Birthday Was Also Centennial
of Garibaldi, the Italian Patriot, and
the Anniversary Fittingly Observed
by His Countrymen.
New York, July 5.—Independence
day was generally observed here in
the usual way. Business generally
had been suspended, while the small
boy and a good many men made all
the noise they could by exploding fire-
works. Dealers estimate that New
Yorkers purehased nearly $4,000,000
worth of stuff filled with gunpowder
to celebrate the day. In consequence,
was noisier than ever. Thousands ml
grated to the nearby beaches, where
New Yorkers generally spend their
Tammany Hall celebrated the Fourth
with oratory and fireworks. The "long
talks" were delivered by Congressman
Henry T. Rainy of Illinois and James
M. Branson of Colorado Others who
were advertised to speak were Con
gressman "Ollle" James of Kentucky
and Congressmen Sulzer Ooldfogle
Forties and Oouldln of the Tammany
delegation and Senator Thomas F
Grady. Bourke Cock ran presided.
It was Garibaldi day in New York
as well as the Fourth, for It is the one
hundredth anniversary of the hirth
of the Italian liberator. It. was Oari
baldl day because down at Clifton, on
fitaten Island, a great throng of peo-
ple of Italian birth and descent gather
ed to dedicate a path eon to Garibaldi
and to glorify his name and deeds on
the spot where he lived during parts
of three years from 1850 to 1861. The
pantheon will enclose the house In
which Garibaldi lived, and will contain
relics of the patriot.
never comes about by spending it. A
deposit in a savings bank, though but
small, goes to swell the amount that
eventually will suffice to buy a home
or start a business.
A SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNT
that is regularly enlarged by weekly
deposits is the kind you will soon feel
proud of. July Is a fine month to
start, and our advice is to begin an
account today with the
UNION SAVINGS BANK
When the Thermometer
And the air Is heavy and sticky It will give you downright pleasure
If you don one of *ur light andsiry "Outing Shirts." Our fashion
plates show many different styles In outing garments and our choice
trcolcal weight worsteds, crashes and outing flannels are unaurpass-
ed In variety, quality and good values. Furthermore every order ac-
cepted by us will be executed according to your Individual measure-
Buy your Underwear, Hats, Suit Cases.
Traveling Bags, Ties and Umbrellas of
L. C. Elston & Company
1 14 North Broadway
Bpool in ilit I'. 0. operand by lu
•.«!uye<^. Many nd?antaKefc o\
McMdhon-T.ghe School. Arkantas City, Kant
SEEKS TO RECOVER.
Jap Sues Both the City and County of
San Franeisco, July 5.—Suit against
the city and county of San Francisco
was filed in the superior rourt for re-
covery of $2,557 for damages said to
have been sustained by the proprie-
tors of the Horseshoe restaurant and
a Japanese lath house at Eighth and
Folsom streets, on May 23. when a
row Catised by an attack of labor union
men on two non-union men who were
eating in the restaurant, resulted in
the front of the two places being
smashed by stones and clubs.
The stilt was brought in the name
of .1 Timoie. proprietor of the bath
TEXAS PECAN CROP.
It Promises This Fall to Be the Largest
In Ctate's History.
Waro, July 5.—Reports from all
parts of Terns are to the effect that
the pecan f to;j promises to be the larg
est ever 1 nown ! p«?t year the crop
was a tola! ti ! ur« t« r 'he first time
in twenty fivi -.ears Texas raises
nearly ; H the pecans raised In the
United Plate*. ;i ' th« nuts are get
ting so popr'ar that the question of
supply is an i-1< ting one.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggels
A Busy Medicine for Busy People.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor,
A specific for Constipation, Indigestion, Liver
and Kidney troubles. Pimples, Eczema. Impure
Hlood. Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels. Headache
and Backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea in tab-
let form. 3* cents a box. Genuine made by
Hollistkh Daro Company, Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
AND CURE THE LUNGS
cd rr" """
fu a L
OUGHSand 50c & $1.00
'OLDS Free Trill.
Guaranteed for all THROAT and
LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
It not, why not? I have Just moved
my atock of bout* good* from N.
Beard street to 306 E. Main, where I
have a new stock of all kinds of
We will be pleased to meet all o'd
friends and enstomers.
We pay the highest cash prices for
household goods and sell them at raa.
•enable prices. Come and see out
A. F. STREIGHT
BOUND FOR SOUTH SEAS.
Chester B. Runyan Is Believed Jour
neying In That Direction.
New York. July 5.—Cheater R Run
yan, defaulting teller of the Windsor
Trust company, whose amazing theft
of $96,317 from the bank's vaults was
chronicled yesterday, is believed by
t.he detectives at w rk on the case
to be on ho r<l of a sai inp vessel hound
for the Soti'h Sea.1 The "Hirers learn
ed that Rm y:\ii talked a great deal
of such a trip in search of health, and
as not a trace of him has been found
they think he nrrnr^ed with some
South street skipper who sailed Sat
nrday. for passage.
It has been learned that. Runyan
took with him a large revolver, the
property or the trust company. If
was used dally by the assistant teller
on his visits with large sums of mono\
to the National Hank of Commerce
with which the Windsor Trust eompn
J)y has large dealings From this If is
assumed that the fugitive had it In
mind to kill himself If he were cap
tured In getting away with his plun
That the sum total of Runvan':
stealings will approximate a larger
sum than fhnt announced Is denied
by all the hank officers. They posi
tlvely declared the present ease will
In no way resemble the Trust Com
pany of America theft, which grew
from $50 000 to $650,000.
George W Young, one of the active
members of the directorate, asserted
that the thorough examination mad*
of all the records of the trust rompa
ny has not revealed a penny short
THEY'RE NEW!! i
We have a uew RAZOR and STROP called •
iHE RADIUMITE, which beats anything in A
the way of a razor ever sold. O
We guarantee them any way you want a A
guarantee, and your money back if not satisfied; V
and that, too, without any comment whatever. ni
RAZOR and STROP, both $1.00. ]|
Price seems ridiculous, for they are easy o
worth five. 0
NEARLY LEFT BABY.
Iowa Man and Wife Discovered Mi#
take In Time.
New York. July 5.-—Henrlck Van
Sleek of Paoli. la., and his wife al
most left for Europe on the steamship
Nleuw Amsterdam without, their baby
They bad forgotten the infant and had
left It at the hotel where they had
■topped overnight The baby was not
missed until lust as the gangplank
was about to be hauled In. Luckily,
the hotel was close by, and the off!
cers of the ship agreed to delay the
sailing of the ship for the ten minutes
it took to fetch the infant, which had
been asleep when the couple departed
hastily to catch the steamer.
Death of Noted 8tallion.
Lexington. K v.. July 5 —News of the
death of Letcher. (2:18 3 4), owned b>
M. J. Murphy of Paris, was made pub
lie. The stallion was nineteen years
old, and one of the last sons of Pi
rector He was bred by W R. Letcher
of Richmond. He was the sire of
Neddie Conner, trial 2:09.
Phone 841 SOS M. Union
GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING
Ed Kennedy. Prop.
Will do work la any part of dty.
Call ma by phooa. Raeommanded by
Killed While Racing.
Petoskey Mlhch, July 5.—William
W. Johnson, a wealthy bfmberman.
was killed while racing a dummy train
with his automobile. While trying to
turn his machine at a dangerous cross
lng he was thrown under the wheels
of the train and instantly killed.
i WALLACE MANN
Opposite City Hall
All Boost For Shawnee
▼ery few men AT. abaped tUk*
Tkelr forms may l*ok tllk*. but mc-
tun! meuuremeat will sbow auy 4ls
crepanclea. Tkut Is wky "■*<• t.
• r4er" cloth.« aJwiyi It better tku
"ready li cautnictlag clotkea
«• tlwayi kulld to lult, noting e.ary
peculiarity In a m&a'i shape and allow,
lag for It In th* garments Aad tkat
h wky w« ka.e suck uniform sue
ecss la flttlaf our patrons.
J. H. KREILING,
118 E. Main.
CLEANING AND PRE88INQ.
you may belong to thegreat majority
Who earn their bread by the sweat
of their brow, but that Is no rea-
son your bread should b« mixed
Riot at Jamestown.
Norfolk, Va., July 5.—A riot oceur
red at Ibe Jamestown exposition, fol
lowing an attempt of 500 members of
the South Carolina and Kentucky reg
Iments to take charge of the "War-
path," which attempt the Powhattan
Guards resisted. Several were Injured
Rear Admiral Dies Suddenly.
Newport News, Va., July 5.—Rear
Admiral Norman von Heldreichs Far
qubar, Nnlted States navy, retired,
died suddenly at Hotel Thorndyke at
Jamestown. Death was due to apo-
THE NEW WAY.
THE OLD WAY.
WITH THE SWEAT
from some other man's brow.
Bread made by us with machin-
ery Is absolutely clean, wholeaom*
Moral—Use machine made braa4
116 N. BROADWAY.
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