The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 59, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1909 Page: 2 of 6
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THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909.
THE NEWS, 10e PER WEEK.
LOU S. ALLARD. Ownei and Publisher
hnternl kb second class mail matter
Shawnee, Oklahoma, under the act ot
' undress of March 3. 1879.
News Business Office 321
Lou S. Allard's Residence. 246
WHAT GIVB8 IT VALUE.
A writer with a for Erasing
ouce wrote: "If your store is not
worth advertising, advertise it
sale." His phrase runs trippingly,
but hia logic halts.
To soil a >U)re that is "not worth
advertiHlng" would bo to defraud the
buyer- so that the advice la etnlcally
Of course there are not many
Htore« Chat are not worth advertising
—in thia city, perhars, none at all
Tho fact is that no store ever gets
to be worth very much—beyond the
more open market value of stock and
fixtures— until It has boon adequate-
ly advertised. Until then It has ex
erted 110 Influence aa an organization
equipped for useful service to the
people. It has simply been a place
where certain things were l;opt for
After it has had the breath of lit
put Into it by advertising it becomes
a store in tho militant sense—Intent
upon winning friends, uj>on the prob-
lems of growth.
The dullest store in this cit> can
be rejuvenated in a month until it
finds a place in the procession—but
only through advertising If. how
ever, the store wore not "worth ad-
vertising," it would be moro com-
mendable to clone up entirely than to
try to "sell' it to somebody else.
will not enter so largely into the
manufacture of paper.
ORKAT IS KINO COTTON.
Our paper problem may be solved
aiui the humble cotton stalk may
be tho salvation of the people who
believe in literature and plenty of
it—newspaper literature and all va-
rieties of literature The Technical
World for February prlnta an inter-
esting artlclo and intimates that
cotton and corn stalks are to solve
the paper problem.
Can serviceable paper be made
from tho now-wasted stalks of cot-
ton plant? Can a marketable article
be produced, at profit considerable
enough to invite tho manufacturer,
from a raw material that heretofore
has been a source only of cost and
trouble? Can the annual value of
the cotton crop of tho country—
placed at $640,311,538 in 1907, and
supplying two-thirds of the world's
cotton bo materially Increased, not
by using the rough stalks, till now
got rfd of at a direct cost of not a
little money and an iudirect expense
in time and labor? Those* are the
questions asked by a writer in
Since 1908 came in these questions
have all been answered in the atlinn-
ativo by W. H. Croll. now of Atlanta.
Oa., but for many years closely iden-
tified with the paper industry of In-
diana. The gist of the statements
which he declares ho is now justi-
fied in making (for he has busied
himself for some time working at *he
experiments and perfecting the meth-
ods which at last have led to his in-
vention.) is, that from the cotton
stalk may bo made wrapping paper,
HAS THIS IMPERIAL TEMPERA-
Governor Haskell of Oklahoma has
a great deal of what might be called
imperial temperament. His action
towards Mr. Scott McReynolds of
New York reminds one of tho good
old days of the Bourbon sovereigns
of France, who used the letter de
cachet with sudh telling effect
against enemies of their throne.
McReynolds Is a legal agent for
William Randolph Hearst, the pub-
lisher, who circulated so many dam-
aging charges against Governor Has-
kell during the campaign of last fall.
For these offenses against his fame
the governor had Mr. Hearst appre-
hended In a sleeping ear at Omaha,
and papera served on him in a suit
for damages amounting to $000,000.
For defensive preparedness Mr.
Hearst commissioned Mr. McReynolds
to go to Oklahoma in search of data,
and for three months tho work has
been going on.
Mir. McReynolds underestimating
tho genius of the governor allowed
tho data ho had collected to lay about
hia room at. the hotel under the or-
dinary safety of a lock and key. Tne
governor conceived the curious no-
tion that ho would like to seo what
aort of evldenco Mr. McReynolds
was collecting and he adopted the
very simple plan of having a war-
rant sworn out for McReynolds,
charging him with conspiracy—a sort
of loo majeste—aguinst tho political
head of the commonwealth. He had
very ancient and respectable authori-
ty for such proceedings, for it has
been the practice of rulers for twen-
ty centuries to do such things, and
If any of tho critics of tho governor
will closely follow the life of such
men as Oliver Cromwell they will
find that the governor has ample
precedents for his conduct. And
while Mr McReynolds was leisurely
strolling about tho beautiful and his-
toric streets of Oklahomas capital
his room waa broken Into, the data
seized and taken to the governor's
office, where they were read and di-
gested in tho most orderly manner.
After the governor had ample op-
portunity to review tho data and as-
certain the Identity and number of
the local assistants of Mr. McRey-
nolds, and order was procured from
the county court placing the papers
and documents In the (hands of Sher-
There Is hardly a doubt that there
will be some local annoyances bred
by tho seizure of the papers, for It
Is understood that some supposed
friends of the governor have been
putting tho agent of Mr. Hoarst
"next" to a considerable portion of
his civic and political biography.
The governor is a bright and re-
sourceful fellow, and If Mr. Hearst
had made a proper estimate of him
he would have sent a man to Guth-
rie who was less careful of the ovl-
dence ho had secured and the data
he had complied Mr. Hasekell has
the Imperial temperament, all right.
The Ladles' Aid No. 1 of the Chris-
tian church will meet Thursday, Jan.
21 with Mrs. J. li. Ellis on N. Park
Mrs. E. Cofer will bo hostess to
tho Indies' Aid Society of tho Grace
M. E. church, Thursday, Jan. 21st,
Mrs. E. Dahllager will cutertuln
tho Wednesday Thimble club, Wed
nesday afternoon, Jan. 20.
Mrs. Norman Nelson will be host
oss to the Waukaboma club, Friday
afternoon, Jan. 22nd.
Tho Entre Nous club will meet
Thursday afternoon, Jan 21. at 3
o clock with Miss Kerne Ford.
About three hundred Invitations
will bo Issued In a few days to a
muBlcalo to bo given by Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Hubey, for Mr. and Mrs. H. M
Rubey of Goldon, Colorado. The
muslcale will bo glvon Tuesday even
Ing, Jan. 20, at 8 o'clock at Chrlsney
ball, after which there will bo a sup
per and a dance.
Tho Woman's Council will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with
Mrs. H. 0. Ncwcombe.
The I.ndles' of tho Round Table
will glvo a muslcale Friday, January
22, at 2:30 o'clock at tho home ot
Mrs. J. M. Aydelotte on North Broad-
way. Each member will be accom
panled by a guest.
Dr. T E. EVANS,
Office Over Post Office
Rooms 3 and 4. Estes building
Dr H H. Wilson
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
3rd floor Mammoth Llldg. Shawnee
House surgeon—Huron St. Hospital, Cleveland
•hio. June, 07-'08
House physician -Maternity Hospital. Cleve
.und, Ohio, Muy 1H. 'Ofr'OT
O. O. Sink, M. D.
Offlco rouuis "7 und 108 Mammoth HulUliDit
Croup positively stopped In 20
mlnutts, with Dr. Shoop's Croup
Remedy. One test alone will surely
prove this truth. No vomiting,
distress. A safe and pleasing syrup
—60c. Sold by Wallace Mann.
There Is no Quinine, nothing what
ever harsh or sickening In Preven-
tlcs. These little Candy Cold Cure
Tablet* act as by magic. A few
hours—and your threatening Bold Is
broken. Candylike In taste, Preven-
tics please the children—and they
break tho feverlshness, always. And
least of all Is the economy. A large
box—48 Preventlcs—26 cents. Ask
your druggist. He knows! Sold by
Wallaoe Mann. *
TO MAKE TEMPERANCE TALK.
Guthrie. Okla.. Jan. 21—Allhough
Governor Haskell refused to attend
the legislative banquet given by
print paper and book paper of gen- 0«hrl« citizens, he has accepted an
yjorth invitation of Rev Bulgin to attend
"it hit' long been known that all j "angelical meetings in progress
woody fibor Is essentially alike, and "ore for the redemption of the lost
all of it is serviceable In varying de- uls In the eapltal city. Rev. Bui
BW for pape, manufacture. One Kin has a temperance meeting sched-
form has been preferred to another "led for Thursday night, and Oov-
only because Us reduction and treat- ""nor Haskell has consented to de-
ment waa more convenient or less ■ ver the principal address.
expensive fn *, te of this academic WM(e SpR| clgRr8 and
Unrated*-, however, any such In-
vention as Mr. Croll announces, Is of
real news to ibo world of Industry
MRS. W. E. JACKSON'8
White Rose Complexion Cream.
And you will use no other. Find ti
at Wallace Mann's or F. A.
Reynolds & Son.
DR. J. H. SCOTT
Residence, 320 North Beard Street
Office Phone 196 Res. Phone 14
Office, Cor. Main and Broadway
Office Phone 124. Res. Phone 314
Office, 206 South Union.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER COMPANY
Walker & Wishart, Props.
General Storage, Crating and Packing
THREE MONTHS $27.00
We give a SPECIAL THREE
MONTHS COURSE lu Shorthand,
Touch Typewriting, Commercial
Spelling, Business Penmanship, Let-
ter Writing and Office Practice for
A good student who will apply him-
self can learn this Course In three
month's time, andi be competent to
hold a position. A THREE MONTH'S
NIGHT COURSE Is only $11.00, If
you enroll during the next ten days.
We furnish good positions for those
who complete the Course. Enroll
now while rates are cheap and terms
of payment easy. Phone 474.
WESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Over P. O. Shawnee, Okla.
Don't fail to Bae 'he gas demon'
stratlon every evening, between 8 and
| 10 o'clock, and get prices on gas
littlng. Estimates free. The Mills
! i as Store, 130 North Bell St Phone
Dr. N. Stucker
1 have moved front Shawnee wagon
yard 404 East Main to 129 South
Union, Russell & Sons', old stand.
Your patronage In my line respect-
fully solicited. Dr. S. F. Vose, V. S.
Residence, 742; barn, 392. 18-12t
MRS. GORDON WILLIAMS,
216 South Philadelphia, Phone 866,
is handling Splrella Corsets. Old
customers can re-order, new custom-
If your Stomach, Heart or Kidneys
nre weak, try at least a few doses
only of r>r. Shoop's Restorative. In
five or ten dsy3 only the result will
surprise you. A few cents will cover
the cost. And here Is why help
comes so quickly. Dr. Shoop doesn't
drug the Stomach, nor stimulate the
Heatr or Kidneys. Dr. Shoop's Res-
toiatlve goes directly to the weak
and falling nerves. Each organ has
its own controlling nerve. When
these nerves fail, the depending or-
gans must of necessity falter. This
plain, yet vital truth, clearly tells
why Dr. Shoop's Restorative Is so
universally successful. Its success
Is leading druggists everywhere to
give It universal preference. A test
will surely tell. Sold by Wallace
Don't fail to see the gas demon-
stration every evening, betweeD 8 and
10 o'clock, and get prices on gas
Gttlng. Estimates free. The Mills
(las Store, 130 North Bell St. Phone
ReceptlonlRoom 24 Phone 5011 1249. 18-tf
Corner N. Broad way and 9th St.
Stomach trouble U but • irmptom ot. Mia not
In Itself ft true disease. We think of Dyspepsia
Heartburn, and lodlgwtinn rs real diseases. '
they are symptoms only of a certain Bpedfl<
Nerve sickness—nothing ' 'Se-
u was this (act that flr.t correctly led Dr. Bhooi
in the creation ol tliat now very popular Stomacl
Remedy—Dr. Shoop's Restorative Going direci
CO the stomach nerves, alone brought that succw
and (avor to Dr. Shoop and his Restorative. With
out that original and highly vital principle, no
such lasting accomplishments were ever to be had
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, ba<:
breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop t
Restorative—1Tablets or Liquid—and see lor your
selt what It can and will do. We sell and cheer
t Med'clie f r IJusy People.
Brings GoiJn HodlUl znu Re ;ew< 1 War
a srecinc fur rt.nsti'xui ..i. rt!on '*
ilood. Bad Hei
ot form. r
s. PimpiCS. IX/- m i. In ; •
a. Slue* sn H. iv -ls. Heiau' i
s r v v ■ I v tain Tea \n fn*
'9 n * «jnmine a a.ie .
C'c MP a. 7. i •
Dr. H. W. Ayres
Guthrie, Okla., Jan. 21.—Something
of a stir was created, especially at
the press table when C. G. Jone of
Oklahoma City one of the minority
members threatened to father a res-
olution barring offending newspaper
correspondents from the floor of the
house lu case any should misrepre-
sent tho vole or actions of members
either on the mnjorlty or minority
sides of the house.
Jones arose to a question of per-
sonal plvllege and declared that ho
had been misrepresented In a Musko-
gee Times-Democrat article.
"1 want to know If the reporter
for the Muskogee Times-Democrat Is
In tho house said Jones, with some
show of heat. No one rosponded at
the pross table and he continued,
"I was represented In that paper as
opposing a memorial to congress to
reimburse the Indians for land taken
by negroes when I supported It. 1
am going to Insist that reporters
here report the truth. No one haa
a groater respoct for the members
of the pross than I but I shall raise
this point for myself or any other
member of this house and if any-
thing of the kind occurs again I shall
move that the gentleman responsible
for tho misrepresentation be ex-
cluded from reporting tho house ses-
, . Don't fall to see the gas demon-
If tho final to: ts of i , now a i siratlon every evening, between 8 and
ItJtT. flmfl0" has "proceoded' beyond 10 °'clock' Rnd prlceB °n In Its curative powers that they of-
mere laboratory trials Into methods
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
fileased to learn that there Is at
least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure In all
its stages, and that 1s Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fra-
ternity. Catarrh being a constitu-
tional disease, requires a constitu-
tional treatment Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, acting dl
rectly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de-
stroying the foundation of the dis-
ease. and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
asslsstlng nature In doing Its work.
The proprietors have so much faith
of pracUcal commercial value. It
would not be e«sy to magnify the
Importance of any discovery by whleh
any huge waste Is turned Into a by-
product yearly representing hundreds
of thousands of dollars value.
If Mr. Croll makes good and
Technical World Is convinced that
he will make good, Southrm cotton
growers will save their stalks In
the yeare to come and paper mills
will bo grinding In all the cotton
Btatos. This will conserve the re-
sources of tfte nation and wood pulp
fitting. Estimates free. The Mills f(?r 0ne Hundred Dollars for any
Gas Store, 130 North Roll SL
P,"lno ease that It falls to cure. Send for
list of temtlmonlals.
Address F. J. CHENEY & Co., To-
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
202 W. Main St., Shawnee, Okla. j
A first class repair shop with ex-
perlenced workmen for repair work Don't fall to see the gas demon
<vn guns, automobiles, gas and gaso- stratlon every evening, between 8 and
line engines, Injectors and lubricat. 10 o'clock, and get prices on gas
ors | fitting. Estimates free. The Mills
THAD C. HISTED, Gunsmith. , Gas Store. 130 North Bell St. Phone
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ; 1249.
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See special offer of the "Twlce-a-
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CRAT, TWO YEARS FOR $1.20,
elsewhere In this paper.
F. E. Holliday's
John McBride, Floor Man
124 N. Beard St.
B. P. Hamilton, M. D.
Win. B. Pigg, M. D.
Allen C. Adams, M. D.
(Harryman Drug Store Bldg.)
$5,000 OR MORE A YEAR can be
earned by a bright man devoting en-
tire time to permanent, high class
business in any place of five thou-
sand or over; salesman in all lines,
Including Insurance, stock, real es-
i tate, books, etc., can operate on side
and add materially to present earn-
ings, not Interfering with but actaul-
'ly helping regular business; state ex
Iperlence and say about how much
you made past year. Address H. M.
bread rolls, and pastry here, because, "arPer> 27 William street,
she knows they are equal to any
home baking. She is a fine baker
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.a 5!?'? ,j%-,
YOUR NEIGHBOR BUYS CAKE.
;r,| prf "Tret eft" s4!lOW P "iK
Note Heads, Bill Heads,
Letter Heads, Statements
Envelopes, Visiting Cards
Pamphlets, Posters, Etc.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS
FOR RENT—A new modern 5
room cottage on N. Chapman. Phone
FOR RENT—Modern room, suit-
able for two young men at 306 N.
FOR RENT—New house, Just built,
close in, gas and electric lights, 5
rooms, 427 N. Park streeL Phone
FOR RENT—A 160-acre farm, 60 In
cultivation, 3 mllea east of Shawnee.
For further particulars call on H. S.
Bartell. 207 N. Louisa. 1-1
LOST—Bird dog, yellow and white,
small size, name of owner and dog
on collar. Suitable reward for return
to Robt. Timmons, R. F. D. X, six
miles north and two west of Shaw-
WANTED—Work of any kind by
boy 16 years of age. Phone 217
WANTED—To buy house to be
moved from lot, must be In good
condition and cheap. J. M. Byler,
2 1-2 E. Main. 16-3t
WANTED—A middle-aged woman
as housekeeper, small family. Ad-
dress J. M. Randle, McLoud, Okla.
WANTED—Good dining room girl
at 202 N. Beard 16-tl
Successor to S. M Gloyd
j H. E. Jacobs, Mgr.
WANTED — To employ a Catho-
lic gentleman as a local representa-
tive, we require a person of energy
and ability for the position. Salary
$1&, per week, write at once for par-
ticulars. The Hoey Publishing Co.,
323 Dearborn St, Chicago, 111. 15-3t
Goal, Wood,Feed i
livered to any
Part of City
Baker & Son, Props
303 S. Beard .Telephone 80!
herself, too. If she Is so well pleased
with our baking Isn't it probable that
you would be too? Make the trial
NOW IS THE TIME FOR THE
LADIES TO BUY 25c AND 35c HOSE
AT 19c, 45c AND 50c HOSE AT 29c,
65c TO $10.00 HOSE AT 58c. THIS
any way. The change will be ap- sA(_E LASTS F0R TEN DAYS. THE
predated in any case. MAMMOTH DEPARTMENT STORE.
116 North Broadway.
RODECKER'S VIENNA BAKERY. J Tllfi SfiCFCt Of SSCfCtS J
116 North Broadway. ♦ — IS t
STORE ADVERTISING! ;
One of the wisest of men
"Suiter any person to tell
us his story, morning and even-
ing, for but a twelve-month,
AND HE WILL BECOME OUR
In the above sentence we
have, in a nutshell, the INNER-
MOST SECRET OF SUCCESS-
and persistency and unvarying
continuity In the telling of the
story of tie store or enter-
prise. There are many other
things to be said of success-
ful advertising, but In the
above quotation Is found the
real philosophy, the real secret
The Heart of the Whole
CHEAP EXCURSION TO KANSAS
VIA SANTA FE.
Account of Lumbermans' Conven-1
tlon at Kansas City, January 26th,, I
to 28th, Inclusive, the Santa Fe will
sell round trip tickets from Shaw-
nee to Kansas City and return at
one fare for the round trip. Tickets
on sale Jan. 22nd to 2Sth Inclusive, ]
limited for return to February 1st.
Geo. P. Nelson, Agent,
Santa Fe Ry. Co., Shawnee. ;
WINTER TOURIST RATES
Commencing not. 1st, 1908, and
continuing until April 30th, 1908, In
elusive, the SANTA FE will have oa
sale dally WINTER TOURIST round
trip tickets to numerous points In
Alabama. Cuba, Florida, Georgia
Louisiana. Mexico. Mississippi, New
Mexico, South Carolina and Texas at
greatly reduced rates. All tickets
have final return limit ot Joae 1st.
1909, except to Havana, which will
be limited six months from date of
sale. If you are contemplating a
trip, we will be glad to quote yoa
rates, eta Call on. or write, GEO. P
NELSON, Agent A. T. * S. F. Ry
Co., Shawns*. Okla.
It Will be
To call and see B 'gless ft Collins, 139
N. Bell 8t, before placing your ordei
tor any cemetery work In granite or
marble. We will be (lad to show yoo
Work & Designs
All letteilng and • irving done wlt
Bring you." Sears ft Robnck cata
logue with yoo.
i Reliance lion Works I
Now open for business at
125 North Beard. Repairs
to all kinds of machinery
| Phone 263
The News will be pleased to receive
oy news from Its patrons by phone up
to 3 o'clock each day. If you are going
away or have friends visiting you. or
know of any other news, phone Ml—
Shawnee News, corner Main and Phlla*
WANTED—At once, colored man
dishwasher; $7.00 per week. 806 N.
FOR SALE—A Kimball upright
piano for 1-4 cost. Mrs. Myra Brad-
ley, at Pathe Theatre. 19-3t
FOR SALE—Three pieces hand-
made mission furniture, cheap; apply
1324 E. 9th St X9-3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE for a cow,
one organ, one couch and one book-
case, all nearly new. E. O. Riekner,
148 Osage St. 9-6t
FOR SALE—A fine 6-year-old driv-
ing mare, and good rubber-tired top
huggy, cheap. Inquire at Roetzell's
Blacksmith Shop, on 8. Bell.
FOR SALE—Buy one of the nicest
homes and five acres all In fruit in
Shawnee. W. E. Hussellman, cor.
Highland and Roosevelt. 18-61
FOR SALE—Smith Premier Type-
writer, guaranteed, rebuilt $47.50.
We do not handle second hand ma-
chines. Household Economy Co., 110
W. 9 th. X8-3t
FOR SALE—Bargain, new 7-room
house and 70 -foot front, 1200 block
N. Beard SU for $1,300; 1 block from
car line, paving now within 3 blocks
and will be In on block. Price $1,300,
$455 cash, balance $14.35 per month.
Room 207 Mammoth Bldg. 8-tf
FOR 8ALE—A complete outfit for a
printing office. Apply for further par-
ticulars at the Shawnee hews office.
FOR RENT—140 acre farm, bot
tom land, two miles from Shawnee;
two houses, large orchard. 60 acres
with hog fence. Apply to John Dona-
hue, Shawnee, OX 19-tf
FOR RENT—A hall suitable for
lodge or aocktj to hold regular meet
ngs, ante-room In connection, cen-
Q^Jly located. Addreei w. T., carr
& Newi. l-tl
PARTIS WISHING section maps o#
Pottawatmle countv can buy anie at
Shawnjo Neva offlre. to-tl
TESTED AND RECLEANDED
TESTED AND GUARANTEED.
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON
THE BEST SEED ON EARTH. ...
CLARKE & KELLER,
208 E. Main 8t. Shawnee, Okla.
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