The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 223, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS
OCTOBER 28. 1904.
Your Laundry, Please
If oor work pleases you, tell your friends; if not, tell us, aud we will make
Jones Up-to-Date Laundry.
118 Union Avenue Phone 61. Shawnee, Oklahoma
THE SHAWNhE NEWS.
Loc S. A:.lard,
Ha*ry E. Halpin,
SHAWNEE NEWS 126 NORTH BROADWAY.
News Business^Office, 321.
Lod S. Allard's Rf.sidf.nce, 246.
Citv Editor's Residence 87.
News Business Office, 130.
Bntered at the postoffice at Shawnee
Oklahoma, as second-class matter.
Are you a good citizen? Regis er.
This is the last day. Register cow.
The water is improving, but is the
filter doing it?
name written there?
tonight. Is you
The campaign oratory will have been
wasted if ycu do not register.
That telephone combine is a daisy
It is a queer muddle and no mistake.
Have you heard anyone remark as to
whether the city has yet collected that
percent due it according to the franchise
of the telephone company? It's time the
amount was collected.
Accordinc. to reports, Guthrie has
registered every citizen, man, woman
and child, black, while or red, that lives
in Logan and all adjoining counties.
She probably has taken a census of the
graveyards in that vicinity too. For a
dead town, Guthrie is strong on making
a show occasionally,
CL'RES CHILLS AND FEVER.
G. W. Wrirt, Nacogcdohes, Texas,
says: "His daughter had chills and
fever for three years; he could not find
anything that would help her till he
used Herbine. His wife will not keep
bouse without it, and cannot say too
much for it." 50c. Sold by Crescent
and Owl drug stores. 10
For rent or sale at Shawnee Busi-
ness college. Learn typewriting. 6-tf
The following marriage licenses have
been issued by the Probate court during
the past week:
Walter Baker 23 and Lena Wayland
21, were married by Judge McFall.
Jesse J. Miller 21 and Winnie V Han
Delzel L. Hanger 26 and Enda Corley
Charles II. Fox 23 and Mary Brunner
Fred V. Landreth 24 and Ethel E
Crook 17, were married by Judge Mc-
Ivan L. Flynn 25 and Minnie Hall 19
James O. Hendrickson 22 and Mary
McCowan lS were married in this city-
Friday by Rev. C. A. Macl-'all.
Chas. Brisco 21 and Zadie Perry 20
Harrison Williams 23 and Mollie Holt
17 were married at MaudSuuday by Rev.
Jesse Richett 26 and Cora Moore 17.
M. F. Tracy 30 and Rena Wilson 16
were married by Judge Fall.
Thomas C. Bennett 28 and Margret
Celso Duran 23 and Josie Barone 22
were married by Rev. C. A. MacFall
Ben Brown 37 and Pinkey Hurd 22.
Henry Rog-rs 37 and Pearl Jones 18.
Robert C. Kayler 30 and Ella Garner
Emmanuel Plutnlee 28 and Calli
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH.
Our little daughter had an almost fa-
tal attack of whooping cough and bron-
chitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Haviland, of
Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other
remedies failed, we saved her life with
Dr. King's New Discovery. Our niece,
who had consumption in an advanced
stage, also used this wonderful medicine
and today she is perfectly well." Des-
perate throat and lung difeises yield to
Dr. King's New Discovery as to no other
medicine on earth. Infallible forcovgbs
and colds. 50c and $1.00 bottles guar-
anteed by Owl & Crescent drygjstores. 10
The Epwortli League of the Methodist
church will give a social at the residence
of W. F.. McDivitt, 422 North Broadway
this evening. Refreshments will 1*
served and a general good time is ex-
pected. Everybody invited to attend
and spend a pleasant evening.
A charter has been issned in Texas for
the Gulf, Texas and Northern railroa
company, which has a capital stock of
tiuo.ooo. The object is stated to be the
building of the line from the gnlf, near
Sabine Pass, to Oklahoma City, passing
through the counties of Jefferson, Or
ange, HarJ:n, Newt <i, Tyler, Jasper,
Angelica, Harrison. Marion, Sabine, ban
Augustine, Shelby, Panola, Upsher
Camp, Morris, Franklin, Titus. Delti
Red River and Lamar in Texas, an i
through the Indian Territory and the
counties of Pottawatomie to Shawnet
and Oklahoma to Oklahoma City. The
total distance in Texas is 250 mile>
The directors are H. L. Hull, of Fort
Worth, Y. W. Lloyd, A. B. Block, M.
Sculley, W. L. Martin, W. C. Pierce, Jr ,
and Jacob Wiseman, all cf Marshal:
Tex., O. J. Smart and R. W. Carraway of
Logansport, La. The general offices are
located at Marshall.
TESTIMONY OF A MINISTER.
Rev. Jn0. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
writes; "For 12 years I suffered from
Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a number
of physicians and tried all sorts of medi-
cines, but got no relief. Then I began
the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I
am now cured of a disease that had me
in its grasp for 12 years." If you want a
reliable medicine for liver and kidnev
trouble, stomach disorder or general de-
bility, get Electric Bitters. It's guaran-
teed by Owl & Crescent drug stores. 10
Entire Satisfaction to yov or your money back j*
£S2£ SATISFACTORY STORE
Every girment is well made—plenty of fullnets, very dressy,
made only of excellent materials, are perfectly fast /\q
blaok, a limited quantity at boC
W e offer you one of the beat fitting gloves made, of selected
skins only, in all colors every pair guaranteed, the /ft ■
price only | ,UU
I ftej re fast black, are well knit and made of good thread r\
yarn, sale price UP
ladies' velvet belts
A handsome line in burnt orange, hunter green,dark nr
red, orown, black, usual pr ce 50c, special price uOC
ladies' all linen handerch1efs *
W e are going to offer these goods at lower price than r\
ever before, every thread pure linen, hemstitched, each.. .JjQ
ladies' walking skirts
If you want a snappy, jaunty garment that is strictly man tail-
ored, perfect fitting and up to-the minute, call and ' nn
see what we offer at §5,90, S4.90 and $0,^0
ladies' knit underwear
We are offering specially good values in these garments union
suits that are always sold at 75c, go at 50c, seperate
pants and vests good quality, each
Other special offerings at the store that will be of interest to youj
Wilburton, I. T., Oct. 28—Great ex
citement was caused in Wilburton and
vicinity over an attempted rape by a 17-
year-old negro boy by the name of Ham-
ilton upon a 9-year ol 1 white girl by the
name of Maggie McElroy.
It seems that the little girl had been
kept in at a school until after the other i ^
scholars had gone home, and the attempt T®:
was made while she was on her way' ®
home- She was badly choked and
frightened and her screams alarmed the
The negro, taking fright, desisted in
hi9 attempt. Hamiltou was quickly ap-
prehended, given a speedy trial in the
commissioner's court and bound over to
the fall term of the criminal court in
South McAlester. He was transfeired
by the first train to the South McAlester
jail, owingto fearsof lynching, threats
were indulged in and it is understood
that an organized movement to that ef-
fect was under way.
COLD WEATHER IS HERE
iDO YOU KNOW'i
« That our patrons, irrespective of the size of their ♦
accounts, will receive careful and considerate at-®
q tention, and as liberal accommodation will be ex- q
+ tended then as are warranted by the account and +
# prudent banking. •
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK,|
8HAW.NE1), OKLA. #
R. E. Halpin has returned from a visit
at the World's Fair.
E. R. Waite has returned home from
California and other points and will re-
main (or a month.
The Santa Fe switch connecting the
Rock Island has been completed and the
two roads are now able to exchange cars.
The switch is much of an accomodation
to both roads.
A car off the track in the Rock Island
yards today delayed passenger No. 1, uu-l
til 11 o'clock, the train being already
many hours behind time.
One of the engines which was in the
wreck at Calvin Thursday, arrived today,
with her pilot broken off. The other
engine and several can are being picked
up today, but the line is clear.
For the Good Roads Convention at Ok-
lahoma City, Oct. 2S and 29, the Rock
Island will sell round trip tickets for one
fare plus twenty-five cents. Tickets ots
sale 27, 28, 29 and good for returning
October 31. D. W. Coates, Agt. :
The collectors for The Shawnkk
News will call each Saturday for the
money for the paper. Have the money
ready and left at the house where paper
is delivered. shawnee nf.ws.
Where are you going'5 Down to I.eli
man's to get a Range Heater. •
Have You Prepared Your Children and Family to Meet it?
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Wanted—Fifteen laborers immedi-
ately in Ada, I. T Good wages to good
men Ada Stone Co. 2$-6t
1 o^Sai.k:—Lot 3 and 4 North Park
addition 100x150 two good 4 room house
will rent for fi 2 50 per niontli if taken
at once can be bought forf 1450. Call on
Steel & Finch. 2S 6t
For R knt—Furnished rooms for gen-
tleman. Extra quiet, heated and tlec-
trc lights. Address J. E. F., News
oftict_ . S-6t
For Sale—If you want a bargain in-
vegigate this at once; good paving busi
ness in good location. Object for sell-
ing, other business out of city. Call or
address 217 East Main street 28-6t
CONVENIENT OIL HEATERS
Gas stoves burn 13 feet of gas per hour per burner. our oil stoves con-
sume 1-18 of a gallon .if oil par hour per burner, thereby costing less than 1 2
cent per hour for each burner. They burn the same oil you use in the ordi-
nary lamp and are perfectly safe and absolutely odorless. Why not
try one in your bath room, bed room, library or office.
Oup Prices ore Lowest
.and Stoves the Best
the air-tight heater shown here-
with makes it possible for everybody
who has done without a good service-
able heater because of the price, to pos-
1 hey are built strong and substantial,
are made of smooth sheet steel with
heavy linings; sheet metal draft may be
drawn off to admit fire shovel to remove
We have a stove man to put them up
homes in the city.
HARRY MEAD COMPANY,
One Block East of Burt Hotel
• Corner Halu and Philadelphia.
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Halpin, Harry E. The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 223, Ed. 1 Friday, October 28, 1904, newspaper, October 28, 1904; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc137734/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.