The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 216, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 20, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
OCTOBER 20, 190*
Melle de la Bullion has
just arrived from New York
City and has opened up a
Modiste Parlor in [jthe
Brooks building, 220 1-2
East Main and will be
pleased to have ladies call
and see her before having
work done elsewhere.
3 Gasoline Engines;
"Woiild you mind taking a Best at
my table?" asked the pretty waitress,
just before the noon rush.
"Certainlynot," replied the man,feel-
ing highly flattered.
"Because," added the waitress, "if
there's a man at my table the women
diners will go to some other table. I
do hate to wait on women. They're bo
"Miss Bright," said Mr. Sloman, "1
don't think May Jenkins is a good
friend of yours."
"No?" replied Miss Bright, yawning
"No. She told me If I called on you
I'd only be wasting my time."
"I see. She doesn't consider my time
worth anything."—Catholic Standard
"For Mother's Sake."
Which will be seen at the opera house
Saturday, Oct. 22, is interwoven with
the most charming touches of nature,
brightness and artistic excellence,a story
that offends none, and is interpreted by
a thoroughly good company in every
Will sell on easy
terms. Apply to
| Blacksmith Shop,
307 East Main.
**********★ ******* * **>
Good Things 5
£ at the *
The Wise Man Talks.
Prof. Borem—Yes, my dear madam,
the baneful habit of sweets and to-
bacco Is gradually affecting and ren-
dering smaller the teeth of the com-
ing generations. More than this—In
the course of reactionary evolution, If
I may so term It, we shall undoubted-
ly have children born without teeth at
If You Are Pinched.
When you go out to paint the town
A bright vermllllon hue
II may oeem copper colored
Before the jol> Is through.
—Springfield (111.) Journal.
Smart buyers can do
well by calling and
seeing me ..... .
J. ENGLEMAN, PROPR.
M. P. HATCH-**--*
ICE CREAM PLANT.
All Flavors in Stook.
FANCY CREAMS [
Orders Promptly Filled.
•Phone 189. 218 North Broadway.
Miss Pert—Don't you know you
mind me of the Venus de Milo?
Mr. Slowboy—But she didn't have
Miss Pert—I know.—Chicago Chron-
How They Escaped.
Together the lovers cast their lot.
And were Joined in holy wedlock;
But it was a failure, so they got
A divorce to break the deadlock.
Leading a Double Life.
"Kylmer has a farm a short distance
out in the country, hasn't he?"
"Then what Is he practicing medi-
cine in town for?"
"He has to do It to make money
enough to pay what he loses by his
We Make Neat Carriages
and Rubber Tire work a
Speoialty. Horse Shoe-
ing and all kinds of
Harry Johnson, Mgr.
123 North Beard street.
I Gin So.
Two Little Bites.
"I don't know what I want," said a
dyspeptic customer, after going three
times through the bill of fare. "I can't
eat more than about two mouthfuls.'
"You might try a couple of our mut-
ton-chops, sir," quietly suggested the
LOW RATKS TO EASTERN POINTS !
Will always apply via the Nickel Plate
Road and its eastern connections to all
points in New York, New England and
eastern states. Three daily trams to Ft
Wayne, Findlav, Cleveland, Erie Buff-
alo, New York and Boston. Standard
equipment on all tarins. Meals served
in dining cars on American Club Plan,
ranging in price from 35 cents to ft,00
per meal; also service a !a carte and mid-
day luncheon 50 cents. The eastern
terminals of the Nickel Plate Road are
only from three to ten minutesj from all
Ocean Steamship Docks, and the service
afforded is first-class. No excess fare
charged on any train. For particulars,
call on or address John Y. Calahan, Gen-
eral Agent, 113 Adams St., Room 298
Chicago, 111. Chicago depot, La Sail
THE BROADWAY GROCERY
WILSON & CRITZ, Props.
andVan Buren Sts.
particular. Amplified to do the play
full and complete justice, a delighttul
story of New England life, without a
villian and no unnatural situations,
iometliing unusual in the drama ot to-
$100 REWARD, $100.
The readers of this piper will be pleased to
learn that th *re Ih at least on* dreaded disease
that science has been abj|> to«cure In ail Its stages
and that Is Cat «rrh. Uall's Catarrh Corelstne
only positive cure now known to the medical fra
ternity. C ttarrli beinga coust'tutlonal disease,
requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure Is ta<*n Internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucoin surfaces of the s s-
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the
dlseasa and giving the p itlent strength by build-
lav up tne constitution and assisting nature In
doing Its work. Th proprietors have so much
faith in its c iratlve powers, thai they offer one
Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
P. J. CIIENEY A CO,, Props.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by Drnggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the bwt.
List your property with The News
Real Estate Agency. We find you a
renter, or we will find you a house if you
want one. *
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruit and
Produce, Flour, Feed and Grain.
Our Stock is new, fresh and clean. We carry everything needed in your
family at prices that cannot be beat. Free delivery to all parts of the
THE BROADWAY GROCERY
HON. B. S, McGUIRE,
********** * ************* *,
For Delegate to Con- ^
gress will address the £
Citizens of Shawnee Er
on the evening of Oct. £
20. All Labor organ-
are invited to be pres-
ent. Ladies especi-
ally are invited.
AND MACHINE SHOPS
All kinds of work done in first-class manner.
We make Casting and Repair work a Specialty,
We have three boilers and two engines for sale. All are
in good ripair.
Iron Columns, Sills, Sash Weights,
Grale Bars, Cresting, Stove Repairs.
Wilkinson & Fisher, Proprietors
West Main 3treet. Shawnee, Oklahoma.
Advertisers who desire advertising
in The News must furnish copy before
io a. m. to guarantee insertion in that
day's issue and secure the best attention
to their advertisements. Copy received
after that time goes in with rush orders
and cannot be handled to as good advan-
tange as matter furnished earlier in the
nrvl~l66 ADAMS STXHICAGd
Mrs. Florence Maybrick.
Her return to America Is expected
shortly. The above picture is from a
photo taken after her release from
First-Class new four
80 Saw Gin outfit with
all the latest improve-
Lambs' Patent Un-
loader with first-class
new gins, under the
management of an old
! experienced ginner,
! Mr. W. S. Baker, we
| guarantee a good out-
| turn. f
| Custom Ginning ♦
I Especially Solic- %
Mrs. Cobwigger—Didn't you hear our
daughter playing the selections from
Wagner this morning?
Cobwigger—Is that what it was?
thought it was the man come to tune
Suited Him Better.
Cobwigger—The doctor says you Bleep
too much. You must begin by getting
up two hours earlier in the morning.
Freddie—Say, dad, wouldn't it be just
the same If I went to bed two hpurs later?
Willing to Oblige.
Geraldine — Why do you always
throw kisses to me when you go by
Gerald—I'll bring them to you, if
you'd rather I would.—Brooklyn Life.
Little Doubt About It.
"Why did you think he was tired of
"Because he offered to act as guide for
two inexperienced dudes on a hunting
He (cqntritely)— Are you angry?
She (firmly)—Yes, I am.
"Because I kissed you?"
"Be—because you stopped." (No
.■ards.)—N. Y. Weekly.
Would Not Do.
Husband—If you are not going to
me that gown, why don't you give it
U the cook?
Wife—Oh, no! It's out of style.—
Wear and Tear.
The Valet—I can't seem to keep thai
erease in your trousers, sir.
Fiddloton—Well, you know, James,
she's a pretty heavy girl—Life.
A Luminous Truth.
Sidney—Talk is silver—silence 14
Rodney—Nonsense; lots of talk is
puie brass.—Detroit Free Press.
Didn't Eat Him.
Missionary—How did you like my
King of All the Cannibals—He
Nothing in It.
"He gave me to understand he could
talk Spanish like a native."
"So he can. Like n native of Often*
TRY GUNN'S BLOOD AND NERVE
There is not a woman in this land but
at sometime in her life would have been
better for the use of this Tonic. For dis-
eases peculiar to women a better med
cine was never made. It is composed of-
the ingredients from which the system
has been deprived by disease, overwork,
or dissipation. It enters at once into
the circulation, building up the tissues
that have wasted, making pure rich blood
in the mast direct way. For weiik, nerv
ous, and unsteady people, pimply, pale,
or fleshless people, it will make strong
steady nei ves and give the complexion
that wholesome look that indicates
health, producing good solid flesh at the
rate of 1 to 3 lbs. per week. Drugg sts
sell it for 75c per box, or 3 boxes for $2.
It should be taken after meals, one or
two tablets each time. 9
Joint Railroad Storage Notice
Effective Oct. 1, 1904, the following
storage rules will goven. on freight held
in railroad warehoi oes or on plat-
Storage will be charged when freight
unloaded at railroad warehouses or plat-
forms is not removed by consignee within
48 hours from first 6 p. in. after freight is
unloaded. Freight in cars placed on
delivery tracks and subsequently sent to
railroad warehouses or platforms is sub-
ject to car service rules while on delivery
tracks and storage rules after cars are
unloaded at warehouses or platforms.
Freight upon which the free time has
expired while on delivery track and sub-
sequently sent to warehouses or plat-
forms, shall be subject to storage charge
immediately when unloaded at ware-
houses or platforms.
When freight is held at railroad ware-
houses or on platforms in excess of free
time, charge will be made for storage at
the rate of 5 cents per ton per day.
Any fractional part of 2,000 pounds will
be computed as a ton and any fractional
part of 24 hours will be computed as a
day. A minimum storage charge of 5
cents per day will be made on each
consignment of freight of less than 2,000
Geo. P. Newon, agent Santa Fe.
W. D. Morgan, agent Rock Island.
J. M. Snedaker, agent Katy.
On each Sunday, Monday, Tuesday'
Wednesday and Thursday during the
months of September, October and No
vember the M. K. & T. will sell round
trip tickets to St. Louis at #10.85, limit
7 days from date of sale. For further
informtion call 011 Katy's agent.
Dr. R. J. EDMISTON
Teeth Cleaned for fOc
AmMtfOin lllllngs 60c
Gold fillings $1.00 and an
Go d Crowns S6,f 0
Loy nor WhlteCrown $8.60
Richmond Crown $6.00
Brld/ework per Moth.. ,$8.60 to $61)0
R««Ht set teeth, Rubber plate $7.60
Beat *et teetn Aluminum plate $12 00
Best 8"t teeth, Watt Metal $ 2.00
B**st set teeth, Oe lulold $10 00
Extracting te«th 60c
Bxtroctlng Children's teeth 26c
The above prices are Hpot Cash.
All Work Guaranteed.
OFFICE OVER MAMMOTH STORE
Men and women who have to meet e*
cessive demands upon their strength,
brain and nerves find in
refreshment and vitality. It induces
greater strength, clearer thinking and
better capacity for work.
The pure nutriment of best malt
and hops—not intoxicating.
Sold by Drugget*. Prepared by
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis. U.S.A.
Demote half-a-day of your World's Fair visit to • tript#
the Anheuser-Busch Brewery. It will repay you.
utorney-at-Law. Notary Public
William M. Dodge,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Collections, Commercial Law, Conveyancing.
All Instrnmnnts of writing .\ccnratelj drawn
mil acknowledgements taken.
Office room 13 over Klrst National Bank.
ROCK ISLAND TIME CARD.
Effective Sept. 1st, 1904.
No. 1 ar 4:45 am Depart 5:00 am
No. jar 1*5 pm Depart 1:40pm
No. 7 ar 6:05 pm Depart 6:15 pm
No. 59 ar 4:40 pm (Local Freight)
No. 2 ar 12:25 am Depart 12:3° am
No. 4ar 3:30 pm Depart 3:35 pm
No. 8 ar 10:20 am Depart 10:25 anl
No. 60 (Local) Depart 9 :os am
TECUMSEH AND ASHER BRANCH
No. 38 lv 7:30 am to Asher, O. T.
No 40 lv 3:45 pm to Tecumseh only
No. 37 ar.... 11:55 am from Asher.
No. 39 ar 5:30 pm from Tecumhe.
D. W. CoaTE, Agent.
and an Examination will Convince you.
CATALOGUE ON REQUEST.
THE DORSEY PRINTING
EASTER WOOD & ALEXANDER, Sole agents.
♦THE SHAWNEE NEWS ♦
♦ | 40c a month | TO ANY ADDRESS. ^
M. K. &T. TIME TABLE.
No.Ill, Daily Passenger.... 9:40a.m.
No. 563, Way Freight 10:30 a. m.
No. 112, Daily Passenger 6:25 p. m.
No. 564, Way Freight 4:45 p. m.
At Atoka train No. in connects with
No. 5, "Katy Flyer," for Durant, I. T.,
and principal points in Texas. Train
No. 112 waits at Atoka for No. 6 "Katy
Flyer" from Texas. Way freight trains
J. M. Snedaker, Agent.
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
You are going, of course, and it is natural that you should want
to go as reasonably as possible. This will interest you. On
SUNDAYS, MONDAYS, TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS
In other words, every day in the week, except Friday and Sat-
urday, until the close of the Fair, the
Will run Extremely Low Rate
TO ST. LOUIS
AT LESS THAN ONE FARE for the ROUND TRIP
a 65 per cent reduction, to be exact. Retnru iimit seven days
from date of sale. Ask your nearest ticket agent regarding
rates, and let him tell you about the advantages of the Rock
Island Route to the Fair.
GEO. H. LEE, G. P. A.. J. 8. McNALLY, D. P. A.,
Little Rock, Ark. Oklahoma City, O. T.
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