The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 174, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1907 Page: 3 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907.
40c Per Month
Your brain gons on a strike when
you overload your stomach; both need
bloo'l to do business. Nutrition is what
you want, and it comes by taking
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents. Tea or Tablets. Shawnee Drug
(First Published in News, June 20,
Territory of Oklahoma, County of f"8ed. on
In the District Court in and for the
said County and Territory.
Dale State Bank, Plaintiff, vs. J. U
Sappington and Viola Sappington,
The defendant, Viola Sappington,
will take notice that she has been
sued in the above named court by the
plaintiff herein, for $110.00 aad inter-
oat at the rate of 12 per cent from
the 5th day of June, 1907, on a cer-
tain promissory note made and exe-
cuted by the defendant and her ee-
defendant, J. M. Sappington. on the
irth day of April, 1907, and that plain
tifT alleges that the said note is d*e
and payable and that there is due
thereon the aggregate sum of $110.00,
with interest at the rate of 12 per
cent per annum from the 5th day of
June, 1907, and that you, the said
Viola Sappington, will take notice that
you must answer the petition ef the
plaintiff filed herein o« or before the
1st day of August, 1907, or the peti-
tion will be taken as true and Judg-
ment for the plaintiff for the sum ef
$100.00 and $10.00 attorney's fees,
with interest at the rate of 12 per
cent per annum from the 5th day of
June, 1907, on a promissory note as
aforesaid, will be given and that the
attachment herein had and given will
be sustained and rendered according-
ly against you.
C. E. HUNTER,
Clerk of the District Court.
(Seal) By C. A. STAUBER,
BLAKENEY & MAXEY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Sentiment Would Block Progress.
When the project of building a rail-
way to the top of the Matterhorn was
first announced, a few months ago,
there was considerable opposition to
it. Zermatt and the district of Visp
protested, and the Swiss Alpine club
was antagonistic. The "Verein fur
Heimatschutz," the aim of which is to
protect the Alps against vandalism, re-
the other hand, to vote
against the railway, but left the mat-
ter to the Judgment of individual mem-
bers. The Alpine club finally with-
drew its objections when attention
was called to the fart that It had not
withstood the Jungfrau railway (about
two-thirds of which is now completed).
The originator of the Matterhorn
project, the eminent engineer, H. Itn-
feld, has written for the Alpina an
article in which he reviews the objec-
tions. The chief ones are that the
railway would disfigure the mountain,
would desecrate it, and injure the
guides at Zermatt His answer is
that, In the first place, the aspect of
the mountain will not be changed In
the least, as the railway will be sub-
terranean all the way up. The Btatlon
will not impede the view on top, and
will hardly be visible to the naked
eye from Zermatt. The charge of
desecration was also brought at first
against the Jungfrau project, and even
against the Rigi railway, nearly 40
years ago; it was soon found to
foolish. As for the guides, they will
probably have as much employment
as ever. There are now four routes
for ascending the Matterhorn, and
they will be used as before by those
whose main object is the sport of
climbing. The railway will be
blessing to the thousands who cannot
First Published in the News, June
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Pot-
In the District Court of said
Clyde 8tewart, p'aintiff, vs J. A.
The said defendent, J. A. Grimbrill
will take notice that he has been sued
in the above named court for goods,
wares and merchandise sold and de-
livered by the plaintiff, Clyde Stew-
art, to said defendant of the value of
$53.45, and Judgment has been prayed
against him for the sum of $53.45,
wltb interest thereon from January
21, 1905, at 6 per cent per annum until
paid; and must answer the petition
filed therein by said plaintiff on or
before the 18th day of July, 1907, or
said petition will be taken as true
end a Judgment for said plaintiff for
$63.45 with interest thereon at the
rate of 6 per cent per annum from
January 21, 1905, until paid, and in
the attachment therein had and grant-
ed will be rendered accordingly.
Attest: C. E. HUNTER,
Clerk of Said Court
Biggers, Lydick A Eggerman, attar-
eys for plaintiff.
By C. A. Stauber, deputy.
A Fishing Notebook.
For several years it has been my
custom to keep on my desk a memo-
randum book, devoted entirely to fish-
ing notes and bits of useful informa-
tion, gathered here and there, writes
Howard James in the Outer's Book
On one page I find a list of the friends
and neighbors to whom I hope to have
the pleasure of sending packages of
trout this season; on another I find a
list of articles necessary to take on a
fishing trip. This has been increased
and diminished from time to time, till
it represents what I consider neces-
sary. The first time that I pack my
kit for the season, I consult this, to
see that my outfit is complete, and
that nothing has been omitted. It is
the minor details that often occasion
much inconvenience, such as the tube
of vaseline, the jar of mosquito dope,
the tooth brush, the waterproof match
j box, or the housewife with needles
thread and buttons. An angler must
be an orderly person or he will come
to grief. •
First Published May 30, '07,
Territory of Oklahoma, Potawatomle
Id the District Court in and for said
K W. Eddy, Plaintiff, vs Gust-ty or
Ben Bull Frog and the unknown
heirs of Ella Bull Frog, deceased.
To the unknown heirs of Gust-ty or
Ben Bull Frog and the unknown
heirs of El'a Bull Frog, deceased:
You and each of you are hereny
notified that you have been sued in
the above named court and that the
plaintiff, E. W. Eddy, on the 11th day
of April, 1907, filed his petition against
you, and that you must answer siid
petition on or before the 11th day of
July, 1907, or said petition
taken as true and Judgment wi'l be
rendered against you and each of y u
confirming and quieting the plaintiff*
title against you and decreeing aim
to be the owner in fee simple ef le
North west • Quarter (N. W. 1-4) ef
the South-east Quarter (S. E. 1-4) ef
Section Twenty-two (22) in Township
Ten (10) North, Range Four (4)
East of I. M.. i the aforesaid county
and Territory containing forty (40)
acres and also decreeing that the said
Gust-ty or Ben Bull Frog was the sole
and only heir of the said Via Bull
Frog, deceased, and decreeing
you or anyone claiming nndt
through you be divested of aay and all
right, title, interest and claim la and
te the said above described real ee
C. B. HUNTER,
Tret H Retley. Attorney for p,ut
By C. A. STAUBER, Deputy
Naming the Spanish baby the prince
of the Asturias is just a temporary ar
rannement until the geographers and
the philologists can get together and
with the aid of relays of stenograph
rrs fix up a permanent name for the
helpless Infant. The real and official
name of a Spanish king Is like a Chi
nese play. You read part of It to-day
and come back to-morrow and the day
alter to get the rest. It embraces
everything that the historians can
think of and a few more smooth
sounding words thrown In for good
measure. One would judge from read
ing the official title of King Alfonso
XIII.. for Instance, that he was the su
preme ruler of the earth, the air, the
waters under the earth and New Meii
co. Alaska, Patagonia anil all Inter-
mediate points. If you will notice,
their photographs show that nearly all
the recent kings of Spain were stoop-
shouldered. That came from trying
carry their full names around with
St Louis highwaymen stripped their
victim of his clothing after taking his
valuables, and the unfortunate
compelled to walk to the Four Courts
In his undergarments. This Is going
too far. There should bo some chlval
ry as well as honor among thieves.
or Ice Cream
Please the palate and
add a new delight to
Melting goodness —
more dainty than a con-
fection— more suitable for a light refreshment
than home-made pastry. Perfetto Sugar Wafers
have attained merited favor with those of culti-
vated tastes. Always fresh and very delightful in
convenient tin packages—10 and 25 cents. Your
dealer and confectioner will be
pleased to supply the genuine.
Humor <n s Philosophy
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
Fools spring up by magic ready made
when a pretty woman with a purpose
appears upon the sceue.
Doctors find it hard to look doleful
wheu an epidemic strikes the town.
Printer's Ink looks helpless, but It
fcas kept many a man from msklnf a
fool of himself.
tfSSlK Ml Dlvon*
tihv. loinfc POOR
Very few men are shaped alike
Their forms may look alike, but ac
tual measurement will show many dis-
crepancies That Is why "made t*J
order" clothes slwsys flt better than
"ready made." In constructing clothes
we always build to suit, noting erery
peculiarity In a man's shape and allow
Ing for it in the garments And that
le why we have such uniform sue
ecss in fitting our patrons.
J. H. KREILING,
IIS E Main
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
The News 10c per Week
Witness Tells of Experience.
Oklahoma City, July 12.—"Business
dead in Boise and the business men
of that city will not discuss any of the
features of the Haywood trial," said
H. Kelley, formerly attorney of the
United Mine Workers, who arrived
Oklahoma City yesterday from
Boise, where he was one Of the wit-
nesses in behalf of the defense in
breaking down the testimony of Har.
ry Orchard, confessedly the greatest
criminal who ever breathed. He con-
"The mining city is full of people.
Both factions are represented and all
are heavily armed. Yet there has
been no trouble, principally from the
fact that all refrain from discussing
any of the features of the trial on the
"So great is the feeling that for
anyone to start an argument over the
oase would mean nothing more than
to invite a gun play.
The town is full of Pinkerton de-
Baldridge is Now Captured.
Muskogee, I. T., July 12.—Jack
Baldridge, the slayer of Deputy Mar.
shal Sam Roberts at Porum a week
ago, and the man who wounded Depu-
ty Marshal E. J Sapper, was captured
by Deputy Marshal Bud Ledbetter
south of Winfield in the Choctaw nn-
Baldridge a few days ago sent a deft
to the officers who had gone to Porum
to arrest him. The deputies return,
ed home empty handed. Marshal
Bennett then sent Ledbetter, who is
regarded as the most cunning sleuth
that ever tracked an outlaw. Bald-
ridge was heavily armed, but was cap.
tured unawares and Rhowed no signs
A brother of his was with him at
the time and was held responsible for
complicity. Baldridge, in heavy ir-
ons, was placed on the train at Stig-
ler. "There is the man who killed
my father," said a slender girl on the
platform at McMurray, and she broke
Any Shirt Waist in the store goes at
25 Per Cent Discount Friday and Saturday
Ladies' Belts in all the new styles and shapes
Friday and Saturday 29c
b. & w.
Dry Goods Store
Heal smart men do not brag about
what they do. They hire a presw agent
to attend to that.
Money la said to be the root of all
evil, but nobody believes it.
The best way to bide a fault ia to
place a double eagle over It.
It Is hard to guess at a man's salary
by his wife's dress.
Vacation Is the time a man takes
once a year to make himself mlaorable
As prognosticators of the weather It
cannot be charged that corns are die- j
There are men who actually go fish
ing to fish
Graft can quickly be got rid of If
eome one will suggest a more auceeee- |
ful way of getting the coin.
The Simple Fafmer.
Where In the almpie farmer now
Who knew no city guile.
Our unsophisticated friend
Without display or style,
Whose peaceful ears the busy wortd
Of men could not assail?
You'll find him sitting in the shade
Beside his daily mall.
The cltlicn who tolled away,
Forever on the go
And oame down to the vUlage store
Once every week or eo,
Who got his fresh election news
When several weeks had flown—
Tou'll And him talking to a man
▲cross a telephone
He gayly rides a sulky plow
Where once his plodding feet
Dragged wearily across the field.
A never ending beat.
And when his evening chores are done
And he has fed the calf
He listens to for several hours
The merry phonograph.
Just ask for "Santa Ft Summer
GEO. P. NELSON, Agent,
Shawnee, O. T
Frank P. Riley, the St. Louis boy
who narrowly escaped death in Cen-
tral America as a Nlcaraguan spy, and
who has enlisted In the navy, is one
of those seekers after strenuosity who
will no doubt disfavor navy and mili-
History must be rewritten. The
governors of North and South Carolina
met at the Jamestown exposition, and
neither raised a hand above his elbow.
tectives and witnesses in addition to
the miners, many of whom are gather-
ed there watching the developments
of the trial with great interest. There
are more than three hundred wit-
nesses subpoenaed. The defense
alone has more than two hundred wit-
nesses. Among the greater majority
of the people there is a general im-
pression that Haywood will be ac-
While on the stand at Boise recent-
ly Kelley gave evidence tending to
disprove a number of the statements
of Orchard, to the effect that Hay
wood had paid Orchard money, while
the confessed criminal was dealing
out death. Kelley formerly lived in
King Alfonso. Queen Victoria and
the rest of the royal bunch at Madrid
have probably learned about now who
is the real ruler of the roost.
If Englishmen In India had evor im
agined that the natives loved them,
they would be undeceived this spring
"Farm grown alcohol can heat the
world,' says Secretary Wilson. Could,
perhaps, if there were enough of it.
Even the hotel clerks are hit by the
increased coat of living. Diamonds are
Skim milk cannot masquerade
ice cream under the new food law.
down in tears.
It was the daughter of the dead
marshal speaking. News of Bald*
ridge's capture spread rapidly and as
the Midland Valley train stopped at
the stations on the way to Muskogee
the platforms were crowded with cu«
rious ones. Baldridge is now in a
heavy iron cell in the federal Jail
His runabout Is rubber tired;
His clothes are neat and trlmi
His daughter Is at music school
His wife Is In the swim.
He rcadti about the simple life
That truly charming is.
But rather thinks that he will t
The complex life In his.
Easy to TelL
Ton never can tell about the
"Oh, yes, you can tell about It but
the trick Is to heve what you tell come
To Keep Him Healthy.
"Does he take any systematic exer*
"No, but his relations come around
quite regularly to pull hie leg."
"He is teaching the young Ideas to
"Training them to be the man be-
hind the gun. I suppose."
Pronounced by millions the greatest
strength maker, appetite builder and
health restorer. Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will make you feel that
health is worth living. 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets. Shawnee Drug Co. •
To help him gather In a prise
He told some awful whopping lie*
For he was such a modest youth
Ha oouldn't stand the naked trutn.
"Conductor, when do we get to the
"You should have spoken soonea We
have Just gone by It"
Original With Somebody.
"That was a beautiful original poem
Mrs Qulgby read."
"Yea. Indeed. I wonder who wrote
The pirates have all been extermi-
"Ever publish a book 7*
Plies get quick and ccrtaln relief
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Its
action is positive and certain. Itch-
ing, painful, protruding or blind plies
disappear like magic by is use. Large
nickel capped glass Jars 60 cents. Sold
by Wallace Mann. *
The house In which Corneille lived
at Rouen, and where he composed the
"Cid," "Polyeucte," "Clnna," and near-
ly all his beautiful plays, is for sale
at 46,000 francs, and a proposal has
been made to open a public subscrip-
tion for its purchase and preservation
as a historical monument.
Ads ia The News are the things
Ms pijoa iB|DJ9raraoo eq} ®Jinm
up and take notice. Try an ad in The
Shawnee News, the paper that Is
growing faster than any other paper
la this part of the state.
Phene 940 If yeu want w eell your
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Medium in Shaw-
nee or Oklahoma
Is Equipped with all
the New Styles and
Faces inType.and with
a Mechanic to Place
Them Together, We
Rank Second to None
in Turning Out Up-to-
Date Work on Short
The best remedy for backache, weak
kidneys, inflammation of the bladder,
Is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
Their action Is prompt and sure. A
week's treatment for 26c. Sold by C.
R. Harryman. •
Corn cobs, double wagon load de-
livered for 76 cents. 8hawnee Mill-
ing Co. 10-ti
And the dayii
of night are faim§
light has declined.
Take a g«Ue i Int from nature.
Mary, AM pull down the hlindL
"His hratS run to women."
They areigfctf* enough to ruV
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WEEKLY: $1A YEAR
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