The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 168, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1907 Page: 7 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1907
! EVERYBODYS SPACE l"
I General Buolnen., Three Line* 3 f
Times 85c, Payable in Advance
FOR KENT—Three nicely furnish-
ed rooms at 210 N. Union. 28-3t
FOR RENT—A 27 room house, suit-
able lor rooming house, also a store
OR SALE—Good 5 room house,
1102 N. Park, east front. cheap on
easy terms. Inquire at 930 N. Broad-
way or address "H", care News. 25-6t
rooui on first floor, suitable for restau- CRAWFORD FOR FIRE INSURANCE
rant and hotel office. Apply at P. Will save you money. See him.
p"cller- 10-tf s Per cent money, cheapest chattel
~~ " — ioans, sell your home on payments,
RENT—A number of rooms farms to trade for city property. I
over the City Meat Market, opposite j will make you money. See me C
the poet office. Apply at City MeatiM. Crawford, 102 East Main 7tf
PAYING TELLER IS CONE
Considerable Cash Also Takes
ROBBERY IS REMARKABLE
Mining Man Alleged to Have Packed
Money In a Suit Ca e, ond Saying
Would Spend Sunday In Country
—— . — — j BWPERTS will explain any policy of
I OR SALE—One 40 horse power in-urance, standing of any company
boiler and 25 horse power engine, | and give at.w advice wanted Can
Frost make, both complete and In first ! give cost and loan values of any pol-
class condition. This is a bargain, icy. Charges, $1.00. Address R 8. C.
Call at Shawnee Planing Mill, corner C 'e Norwood Hotel. 28-6t
Ninth and Market streets, Shawnee, —- - 1
°kla- 28 tf I TO TRADB-A good farm for elty
. property or stock of merekaatias. C.
F OR SALE OR TRADE—Full outfit! ,v Kerfoot, 111 N. BelL 11-ti
butcher or slaughter house tools.)
Henry Stark, Earlboro, R. R. 3 Box
LOST—A bunch of keys.
28-3t I to A. C., News office.
FOR SALE—80 head of chickens,
young and old. 726 North Hobsoa.
WANTED—A white woman as cook
and for downstairs work. Good home
and good wages to right person. Ap-
ply to €24 North Broadway at once.
WANTED—Organizers, either sex,
on salary of $100 a month and ex-
penses for an up to date Association,
paying weekly sick and accident bene-
fits and furnishing free medical at-
tendants to all its members. Liberal
contract will be made with producers
of business. American Sick & Acci-
dent Association, Buffalo, N. Y. l-14t
WANTED—A dining room girl. Ap-
ply at once at Rock Hotel office. l-3t
WANTED—A good hustler in every
tewn to sell our perfect water filters,
retailing from $1.50 to $8.00; 100 pet
cent profit to agents, exclusive terri-
tory. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca,
WANTED—Responsible yonng man
for clerk. Apply at once at Hotel
Office Pfcone I -4 Kesiuence l*hone 1M
Office 212 N. Broadway
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO,
WALKffiR & WIS HART, Props,
(.enem; storage. Orating and Parking
WE WRITE AT
AND LIVE STOCK
SEE U8 BEFORE PLACING YOUR
Nelson-Dsan Insurance Co,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Time you have any cavities in your
teeth that need filling, try our care-
ful dental work. We fill, crown and
bridge teeth in the best manner, and
our work is the perfection of the den
tal art. We make plates and full
sets of teeth that look natural and
are light and comfortable, at remark
ably reasonable prices.
SHAWNEE DENTAL PARLORS
1061-2 E. Main St. Phone 1154.
Order Martin's Cream, Made In
When you're in a hurry for Ice
Cream here's the place to get It, or
to order it for home consumption. We
promise and we afford prompt deliv-
ery of ice cream orders. The quality
of our ice cream is well known In the
section of Oklahoma. Phone 1105.
THE SHAWNEE ICE CREAM AND
12 West Main, phone 1105.
Great Historical Production, Daniel
Boone, or Pioneer Days In America—■
Pantomime Subject—Robinson Cru.
HARRY SCOTT WARNER
Trip to Germany
Nearer My God to Thee
Her Boy in Blue
TWO 8HOWS NIGHTLY, 8:16 ana
AIL] SEATS 10c
New York. July I.—Reports that
have been in circulation In the finan-
cial district of a defalcation in a prom-
inent hanking concern have been con-
firmed. according to the story just
published. The concern is said to be
an uptown trust company and the
amount taken Is placed at $96,00(1. The
robbery Is desrrib-d as a remarkable
one It was committed by the paving
teller, who took all the cash available,
placed It In a suit case, which he
brought to the office with him and
then smilingly hade hoodbye to his as.
soclates In ihe bank, saying he was
going Intii the country over Sunday.
The defaulting teller had been In tlie
employ (it the trust company for three
years and earned a good salary, lived
a temperate life so far as known and
was implicitly trusted.
It is stated that Chester B. Runyan
paying teller of the Windsor Trust
company, the directors allege, took
the money Detectives throughout the
United States are searching for him.
George W. Young, a director of the
trust company, confirms the reports of
the defalcation Runyan. it is said,
did not even go to his apartments to
hid goodbye to his wife 'o whom he
has been married five years. Runyan
is alleged to have taken all cash avail
able In the bank last Saturday. The
directors, it is staled, made up all loss
bv the defalcation.
When auditors went over his ar
counts on May 1 they found them a'!
SIX MORE STEAMERS.
Southern Pacific Company to
Extend Its Service.
New York. July .—Considerable ex-
tension of its coastwise steamship
service is being planned by the South
ern Pacific company, the details of
which are now being worked out by
C. W. Jungen. manager, and asso
elates. This will include larger ser
vice between Baltimore, Philadelphia.
Galveston and New Orleans, and cover
the need for additional ships. Con-
tracts will be let shortly for six new
freight steamers. According to the
company's idea at present, the new
vessels are exclusively for freight
transportation and of tJ.OOO to 7,000
tons displacement, with very large
cargo carrying capacity. The vessels
will have a contract speed of not less
than fifteen knots.
HURLED AGAINST TREE.
,10 c Per Weak
AMERICANS GET MEDALS.
Ten Nurses and Nineteen Cor-
Washington. July ..—The emperor
of Japan bestowed war medals upon
twenty-niue Americans who partici-
pated in the recent Russo-Japanese
war. The list is composed of ten
women (volunteer nurses) and nine-
teen correspondents of American pa-
pers. The medals are of golden bronze,
about the size of a double eagle, bear-
ing on the face the crossed imperial
standard of Japan, surmounted by the
rising sun. The reverse presents the
conventional monumental shaft, flank-
ed by a branch of palm and one of
laurel. Th<-\ are known as the "im-
perial Order of the Crown."
Dr. Anita Newcomb of this city was
awarded the order of the sixth class,
while the remaining of the nurses and
war correspondents are recipients of
the order of the seventh class. Tim
Young Lady Meets Death and Three
Other Parsons Injured.
Wellesley, Mass., July '.—In th
wreck of an automoble here earl
Wednesday one young woman wa
killed and three persons injured. The
dead is Miss Margarette Swanton of
Waltham. The injured: Miss Mar
garet Turpin. William Walsh and
Frank McLaughlin all of Waltham
The four pecpU were returning from
• South Framingham to Waltham. in a
. large tourinu car, when in an effort to
escape colliding with another
crossing its path, the driver turned his
, car from th<* road, jumping a stom
MISS LOPAINE DRUMMOND, Pianist wall and crashing into a tree
machine turned a complete somersault
hurling the occupants to Uie ground
Miiss SwauLou was thrown with fright
ful force against the trunk of the tree
and instantly killed The other thre
passengers were badly shocked and re
ceived cuts and bruises.
FOR FOURTH TERM.
Mayor Schmitz States He Will Again
Be a Candidate.
San Francisco, July -Mayor En
gene Schmitz, who is awaiting sen
tence undet1 conviction of extortion
In an interview authorized the Asso
elated Press t say that he will be a
candidate for re-election to a furth
term, and that he has already begun
the preliminary work of his campaign
Another announcement by the may
or is that he will bring mandamus pro
ceedings against Judge Dunne if l.i
sentenc e is noi forthcoming next Mon
day. as promised
HALF CENT PER POUND.
There Was Excited Trading on New
York Cotton Exch-nge.
New York, July -—The price of July
cotton advanced 12.50 per bale, oi
about half a cent per pound, in excited
trading on the NY-w York Cotton Ex
change at the opening of the market
Wednesday Refc re the first upward
rush was over J llv was quoted at 13
cents per pound, but under heavy real
Iring soon lo i m i iy all this advance
Prices options « n 'ater months ad
vanced 5 to 1" pni: ts and trading con
tinued active In the forenoon.
CARPENTBR & CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY
P. O. Bo* 773
Shop ItO N. Bell
810 S. Dixon
HELLO! GIVE ME THE
PHONE NO. 16S
ICE CREAM PARLOR WHERE !
THE BE8T OF CREAMS AND ]
SOFT DRINK8 OF ALL KINDS. \
No. t Weil Main St.
F. J. BOSWELL, PROP. !
WOOD * SON
'hoot 10«1 No. HI N. Bel]
Shawnee, O. T.
" COUNTRY CLUB."
Cleaners and Dyers.
117 1-2 East Mala St. Phone 111.
Satisfactory work guaranteed. Spec-
ial attention given ladles' garments.
Memphis, In y l'!r< destroyed
the plant of tb« > «<nipbis Stoneware
com pan? tn south Memohls, a suburb
The loss fr.o.nou. Little insurance
was carrk .1.
EdwardsvlU' TI July Charles
N. Travous, general attorney for the
Wabash rail loud in Illinois dropped
dead here of heart distcase.
MTTTSCHITO. PMPKKOS OK JAPAN
nurses who received medals besides
Mrs. McCfhee are Misses Mary Glad
win. Sophia Newell, Alice Kemniei
Genirvie Russell. Ella King. Minnie
Cook. Adel Noeb. Elizabeth C. Kratz
and Adelaide MacKerth. The war cor
respondents are: Richmond Smith,
Associated Press; George Kennan, the
Outlook; Oscar King Davis ami Wll
Ham Lewis, New York Herald: W. G.
Morgan, New York Tribune; Franklin
Clarkin, New York Evening Post;
Stanley Washburn, Chicago Daily
News; Grant Wallace, San Francisco
Evening Bulletin: G. H. Scullen. N
York Commercial Advertiser; Freder-
ick Palmer and J. H. Hare, Collier
Weekly; Herbert G. Pointing. Harper's
Weekly: Richard Harding Davis. Col-
lier's Weekly; John Fox Scribner's
Magazine .lames Ricalton, Travel
Magazine: Richard Barry, Eastern II
lustrated War News; .1 M. Cochran
Leslie's Weekly: W. H. Brill. Assoc!
ated Press and Renter's Telegram
agency, and Jack Ixmdon, Hearst
Both Legs of the Unfortunate Motor
man Also Fractured.
Washington. July —A .dozen peo-
ple were seriously ii.Jured and many
more slightly hurt in a collision be
tween a Washington bound trolley ca
and two carloads of rail on the Wash-
ington Arlington and Falls 'Church
Electric railway The rails on one car
extended several feet beyond the
tracks, and when the crash occurred
penetrated the passenger car, almost
completely telescoping it One rail
passed entire through the adomen of
Motorman Mock. Both of his legs
were also fractured. He died in an
ambulance Q, j. Waning had both
legs fractured and a hip broken. He
Plans are being rapidly perfected
to hold a mammoth corn congress
during the National Corn Exposition
Chicago. Some of the leading
scientific and practical coin growers
will from day to day discuss ways
and means of breeding corn, increas-
ing the yield, increasing consumption,
The very best talent is being
secured, and this will be one of the
most valuable of the exposition's ed-
ucational features. Illustrated lee-
tures will be given, and moving pic-
tures will also be utilized. The con-
gress will be interesting and attrac-
tive as well as of great instructive
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Small
safe pills. Sold by C. R. Iiarryman. •
TAKEN TO HAHNVILLE.
Six Italians Removed From Prison
Without Any Demsnstration.
New Orleans. July .—Surrounded
by police offic ers and special deputies
six Italians four men and two women
—who have been held in the parish
prison here in connection with the kid
napping and murder of eight year-old
Walter Teamann. were placed aboard a
train Wednesday and taken to Hahn-
vllle. St. Charles parish, where they
will be arraigned on tbi«barge of < on
■piracy to murder, for which they wer
all indicted last Monday Governor
Blanchard offered the use of state
troops to the police of New Orleans
but the offer was declined There was
no demonstration nor disorder.
Great Flood Damage.
Bakersfleld, Cal . July —Buena
Vista lake levee has broken, flooding
30,000 acres of land belonging to Miller
and Lux, and the Teris Land company
and sausing $1,000,000 damage Th
Sunset railway has been put out of
commission and oil fields are cut oft
from communication with this city
Lady Killed by Lightning.
Dothan. Ala.. July — Lightning
struck the residence of Ward Watson
and Mrs. Watson was instantly killed
The house caught fire and was destroy-
ed Reports from the country indicate
a heavy storm and much damage to
growing c rops and buildings
Body Cut In Two.
Bhreveport, Ju!v A spec ial to th
Journal from fonroe says John Mi
nasco. city • triclan and prom in en
politician siinped before a freight
train and hi> body c ut in halves.
Vice Prjaident In Minnesota.
St. P iul, July Vice President
Fairbanks arrived here en route to
Fergus Falls to deliver a Fourth of
is a Food
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Beer is richer in food
values and lower in
alcohol than any oth-
er beer. The reason is
simple. Pabst brews
for food values, and
creases the percent-
age of alcohol.
To secure the highest
percentage of food
The Beer of Quality
Pabst perfected the
8-Day Malting Process
which gives to Pabst
Blue Ribbon Beer more
nutriment, more mus-
than could be obtained
by any other process,
and the Pabst Brewing
Process transmits these
food values to the beer
in liquid form, making
it what Dr. Liebig apt-
ly calls "liquid bread"
When ordering beer, ask
for Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Pabst at Milwaukee
And Bottled only
at the Brewery.
The Ruemmeli-Braun Co.,
(It. F. Wltherspoon, M^t.)
WILLIAM H. DODGE
Collections. Commercial Law, Conveyancing.
AU instruments of writing accurately drawn
and acknowledgements taken
Offloe room 13 over First National Hank
DR. J. H. SCOTT
Residence SS0 North Heard Street
Orrics Phosb 19« Kn Phone its
Office In Whlttaker Building.
J. P. MITCHELL
...ARCHITECT AND BUILDER...
SOP N. Broad way
Office Phone 197 Residence ltone 1122
Some rare Opportuni-
ties in Real Estate
Hoit complete Hit In the ait; at
*°th city and firm property riee aa
for a complete Mat of price* and
lenna. We can Mil you both vacaot
and Improved property In any part
of Shawnee at the moat reasonable
prices, and on terma to inlt teh par
Real Estate. f>oan§ and insurance
Phone S08 joj East Mala
. .. Ladies, Try...
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'S
WHITE ROSE COMPLEXION CREAM
and you will use no other
For Sale by all Druggists
Residence l'hone .15 Office Phone 585
DR. C. C. YOUMANS
YV hi (taker I ltd g .
A. C. ADAMS
r Hurryinun's Drug Store
Phones: Residence l ie: , Office 101
Residence 513 N. Park
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON
Office and Residence Hr N. North Broadway
DR. MARVIN BAILEY
Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty
Dr. Mary Johnson, Assistant
Main and Hell sts, over Costal Telegraph office
G. E. TABLER
CONTRACTOR AND PLASTERER
Corner Eleventh and Kimberly Streets
Shawnee, ! Oklahoma
Bought and Sold
Farm and City
Geo. E. McKinnis
Phone I 1 00
Office 110 North Union
The national and atate authorities
are taking action to protect the pub-
lic from the evil effects of Impure
foods. The manufacturers of Blue
Ribbon Ice Cream are doing the same
thing In the Interests of their patrons.
The consumers of this product may
estt assured that nothing enters Into
It but pure wholesome Ingredients.
It Is made by the most Improved meth-
ods. Its flavors are of the highest ana
purest grades. It Is put up In beauti-
ful shapes and designs. We deliver
anywhere tn the city. We can furnish
you with sweet cream and buttermilk.
Call us when wanting anything In our
Aslt your grocer for Blue Rlbboa
DRS. CARTER 4. WILSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throut
>ffloe Whlttaker Building. Rooms 5. 8, 7, (■
Hours: P to 12 a. in.. 2 to 6 p. m.
Shawnee, Okla. - - Phone 764
BLUE RIBBON CREAM-
ERY 8 ICE CREAM CO.
Phones 90 or 18.
Jive us a trial with your Cleaning and Press-
ing. We press your clothes in the smartest
LOOK NEAT CLUB
I loom 20, Heard. Kennedy A Wheeler llld«.
Special Seedmen's Exhibits.
To encourage and reward those
seedmen who have given particular
attention to developing com, splendid
prizes, aggregating $675, have been
offered for the best display of seed
corn, these to contain not less than
'ight varieties. The first prize in this
lot is $250, second $160, third $100,
fourth $75, fifth $50, sixth $25, sev-
enth $15, and eighth $10. his will
be one of the most attractive features
of the National Corn Exposition at
Chicago, and will receive great com-
ment and close investigation.
E. D. KRAPP
Concrete Caves, Side-
walks and Cisterns
Ornamental Work . .
318 South Oklahomu
JOSEPH HAIGH, M, D.
Chronic Pelvic, Malig-
nant, Rectal and Venerial
315 North Oklahoma Avenue
L. C. MILLS
When you want your
lawn mowers sharp-
ened or repaired and
all other repairing.
101 N. Philadelphia.
ni-.i.-l n J n.
>18 East Main 8L
CLARKE A KELLER, Prop..
We sell everythUf in garden
Held and flower seeds, alfalfa
clorer, timothy, Bermuda aeed
Ribbon Cane seea, anlflr millet,
sweet potatoes, toutoes, oats
ererything In seeds.
We buy cane. Kafflr, Billet
etc. We will aave you mosey on
7our seed bill.
BIJ SI NESS COLLEGE
Bbeple Bldg No. 18-18 Main Street
HAS THE BEST EQUIPMENT, THE BEST
TEACHERS AND THE BE8T COURSES OF
ANY SCHOOL IN THE STATE. EACH TEACH-
ER A SPECIALIST, PENMANSHIP TEACHER
TEACHE8 NOTHING BUT PENMAN8HIP; COM
MERCIAL TEACHER NOTHING BUT BOOK-
KEEPING AND OTHER COMMERCIAL STUD-
IES; SHORTHAND TEACHER NOTHING BUT
SHORT-HAND AND TYPEWRITING.
WE HAVE THE BEST PENMAN IN THE
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, IF NOT IN THE
SOUTH-WEST. SEND FOR FREE SAMPLE OF
THOROUGH MAIL COURSE GIVEN IN BOOK-
KEEPING, SHORTHAND AND PENMANSHIP.
SEND FOR SAMPLES OF WORK. PRICES
SEND US THE NAMES OF YOUNG PEOPLE
THINKING OF GOING TO A BU8INE8S SCHOOL
AND WE WILL SEND YOU ONEHALF DOZEN
CARDS WITH ANY NAME WRITTEN ON SAME.
special rates given now. write to-
day. thi8 MEAN8 you.
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