The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 128, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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wr REACH THE PEOPLE.
THE SHAWNEE NEW*
FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1906.
YOUR P'TRON/GE aOt-IClTE^
«•« would thin the laxative Idea
tat a 'Oflgh syrup should have been ad-
ranced long h'- fore It was. It seems
the only rational remedy for coughs
and nida would be to move th bow-
tla and clean tlu rnucoub membranes
of the throat and lungs at the tame
. Honey and
J. E. Cock-
It Is the
Marriage Licenses Issued.
The following marriage llcen
have been issued by the probate court j
(luring the past week:
I, ,Je h. Myers 22 and Lee Campbell j
18, both of Shawnee.
I O. W. Springer 23 and Delia I "helps
17, both of Shawnee.
! S. H. stapp 22 and Vorna Still 10,-
both of Shawnee.
I 11. H. WHlingham 30, of Shawnae,
'and Minnie Dyer if, of Quitman, (Tex.
S H. Hali 40 and Josle Stout 2fi,
iih of Wallville, I. T.
STATEHOOD POLL MADE PHARMACISTS TO MEET
ESTIMATES GIVE 48 FOR AND 40
AGAINST THE FORAKER
L, itnnd 32 and Alph
18, both of McComb.
iws 67, of Shawn' e, .and
t*32, of Oak Siding, O
irun 'J ! aul Lizzie Cooi
a I to
All Agree thai
3f the Bill is
DRUGGISTS WILL HOLD A CON-
VENTION IN GUTHRIE EARLY j
IN COMING MAY.
rteresting Program for Discussion
ncerning Suggestions to Im-
prove the Business of the
m - c $
; of the (
HISON, .TOPEKA AND 8ANT,'-
FE RAI'.WAY CO.
Time, Table No. 25.
I loca freight departs 7:05 a. m.
.<08 pass< nger departs 1:00 p. ®
107 ptetengt r, arrives 3' 20 P. ni
IS local freight arrives G;00 p. m
F, COLORADO AND SANTA f-E
Time Table No. 5.
•17, passenger, departs 8:15 a. m.
302, mixed, departs 4:00 p. ra.
302, mixed, arrives 11:55 a. m.
118, passenger, arrives 5:00 p. m.
. 408, leaving Shawnee at 1 p. m.
is dose co mentions at Arkansas
with tralm for Kansas City and
tgo, and makes close connections
jwton with the fast Colorado and
\ S17, leaving Shawnee at 8:15 a
rakes close connections at Pauls
,.y with trains for Texas. This Is
of the best trains out of here for
<: points, and arrives In Ft. Worth
.ne to make good connection with
•1 of the above trains carry passen
• and baggage.
cliets sold and baggage checked
rtnclpal points In United States
11 be glad to give you any infor-
on as to rates and time of trains,
on or write to—
GEO. P. NELSON, Agent,
Cough Medicine for Ch Idren.
iiiyiiig a cough njeillclnc for cMl
level* bo aOaid to buy Chamber-
Cough Remedy. There Ib no
r from It and relief Is always sure
llow. It. la especially valuable
ilds, croup and whooping cough,
itho Owl Drug Store. *
For sale by
i yuur home, bu.
imo, advertise li
will always gel
I will sell blackberry cuttings, early
harvest or seedless, at $4-00 a thou-
sand. Drop nie a card if you want
nny. J. B. Picks n. R. No. 2, Shaw-
It Is significant
and eckorie of sen
that the Foraker
n of Aldrich, Hale
or Foraker has not
it he will win by a
H • k' ' '■ 1 ■
AND^C U R E the L U N CS
50c fc $1.00
Surest, and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONEY BACK.
30CK ISLAND TIME CARD.
ar. 4:15 a. m., departs 4:50 a. m.
,1 ar. 12:05 p. m., dpts. 12:20 p. m.
7 ar. C p. m., departs 0:15 p. ra.
39 ar. 4:40 p. m., (Local Freight).
' ar. 1:45 a. m, departs 1:55 a. m.
4 ar. 4 i. m., departs 4:10 p. u.
1 ar. 10:15 a. m., dpts. 10:30 a. ra.
•imseh, Romulus 4 Asher Branelu
16 lv " " a m. to Asher, Okl v
15 ai from Asher.
18 lv. 4:13 . n. to Tecumseh only.
6.'<• >. from Tecum. ;h.
G. MORGAN, Agent.
Ol < i ' ' ' "
that his amendment will be accepted
without formality of a vote. Senator
lieveridge, who just returned today
was unwilling to make any concess-
sions, but admits that the vote will be
A canvass of the senate as carefully
made as possible by disinterested per
sons gives the following result: For
amending the Hamilton bill by insert-
ing the Foraker referendum amend-
ment, 4S; against, 40.
The forty-eight senators whom it is
believed will support this amendment
Alger, Bacon, Bailey, Berry,
Blackburn, Bulkey, Burrows, Carmack,
Carter, Clark of Montana, Clark of
Wyoming, Clay, Culberson, Daniel, Du-
bolse, Flint, Foraker, Foster, C.allin-
gcr, Fvazler, Fulton, Gearln, Gorman,
Hansbrough, Heyburn, Latimer, Mc-
C.reary, McEnery, McCumber, McLau-
rin, Maliory, Martin, Money, Morgan,
Newlands, Nixon, Overman, Patterson
Perkins, Pettus, Piatt, Rayner, Sim-
mons, Stone, Tallafero, Teller, Till-
man, Warren; total 48.
The forty senators who either will
support the committee bill without
ainendment or are doubtful are: Al-
drich, Allison. Ankeny, Beveridge,
Brandage, Dryden, Elldns, Frye, Gam-
ble, Hale Hemenway, Hopkins, Kean,
Kittrldge, Knox, I.a Follette, Penrose
Piles, Proctor,, Scott, Smoot, Spooner
Warner, Wetmore; total 40,
I'd a'-nch of value to druggists and
th,. general JijiBlic" wlll'r i'.uU from
the session. 'There will be addresses
liv a number of exports In pliarmaceu-
i ical matters and talks by members
on ways of betterment for the drug
uaiie conditions of the territory.
Besides the business of the meeting
| tli will lie, a number of social e'v-
nls ip,honor of the visitors and their
wivi s. Two committees h'ave been
, ppointed for entertainment, one for
the general reception and one for the
: ball and banquet. The complete pro-
' srani will be announced later.
I The following committees have been
j appointed for the meeting:
Executive committee, James Briggs,
I>1 Nichols, F. B. Lillie, Guthrie;
W. Bras, Crescent; I. H. Stafford,
Reception and entertainment com-
mittee, Ed Nichols, C. R Renfro, N.
L. Spangler, A. B. Powell, Galen Crow,
I,. W. Rejahl, I. R. Levy,
Ball and banquet committee, J. N.
Wallace, A. P. Tyler, E. W. Mears.
H W. Pentecost, Charles Seely, F. W.
These committees will be expected
lo meet some time in the near future
at the call of the president.
On the north side of Main street, and Just after you pass Broad-
way, you come to a little Dru^ Store. The front Is painted yellow
and It has black window columns.
The place is not so line as some perhaps, but it i-
brim full, toq, of JUBt the things you need for the toil. he l> - ■■
or the sick. , . lha
Everything Is personally seen to by the proprietor, who is
'hardest worker la the storj. To make a success of anything, one a
h art must be In the work. This Is true of this store a.nl it >
ducted with this in view;
A handy store to reach. You are waited on promptly ami t iu
goods you get are' always satisfactory. Wouldn t it pay you to
your drugs here.
«S A IV' E OLD PLACE*
^C ^ }
Wabash Route to
Brooklyn, New York.Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, Detroit, Chicago, Pittsburg
and the Northwest
the shortest, quickest and only line frcm
Kansas City or St. Louis running over lu
own tracks to Niagara Fa'ls or Buffalo.
FOUR SOLID THROUGH TRAINS DAI' V
SEE THE SCHEDULE
Lv. St. Louis 9.00 a. m.
Ar. Detroit 7:50 p. m.
Ar. Buffalo 4:05 a. m.
Ar. Ne-.v York 3:30 p.m.
Ar. Boston 5:20 p. m.
12:30 p. m.
11 40 p. tn.'
7:35 a. m.
| 9:00 p. m.
9:05 p. m.
9:40 a. til.
6:55 p. m
7:40 a. m.
9:50 a. m.
:3a p. m.
:io p. m.
-50 p. m.
'130 a. m
>:io a. m.
UNCQUALEO ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO SERVICE.
I.v, St. Louis
The New York Underwriters' Agen-
cy has assets approximating nineteen
million dollars and has a notable rec-
ord of half a century of honorable
dealing with the insuring public. Why
not have your policies written in such
a company. Represented by Porter &
Cammack, Agents, No. 107 N. Broad-
way, Shawnee, Okla. 23-6t
M. K. & T. Time Table.
• effect February 18, 1936.
N '11 dally passenger lv. 9:05 a. in.
663 wtiy frolght leaves 9:10 a. m.
N 112 di'ly passenger lv. 0:00 p. m.
K 564 ws.y freight leaves 4:30 p. m.
,\t \toka No. Ill connects with No.
t flyer) for Durant and principal
>u.t In Texas and Mexico, and also
close connection with No. 6
1 er) for Muskogne, Parsons, Seda-
St. Louis and points beyond.
Oklahoma City No. 112 makes
n # connections with train for Kan-
- • City and points beyond. Way
tr< trains carry passengers.
J M. SNEBAKER. Agent
art caused by Indigestion. If you eat a
little too much, or if you are subject to
attacki of Indigestion, you have no doubt
bad shortness of breath, rapid heart heats,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart.
Indigestion causes the stomach to
expand — swell, and puff up against the
heart. This crowds the heart and inter-
feres with its action, and in the course of
time the heart becomes diseased.
digests what you eat. takes the strain off
of the heart, and contributes nourishment,
itrength and health to every organ of the
body. Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Inflammation of the mucous
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges-
tive Tract, Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
jt the Stomach.
After Bating, my food would distress me by making
my heart palpitate and I would become very weak.
Finally I got a bottle ol Kodol and it gave me Immr
Hate relief. After using a few bottles I am cured.
MRS. LOR1NO NICHOLS, Penn Yan. N. Y.
I had ikimach trouble and was In a bad stale as 1
bad heart trouble with it. I took Kodol Dyspepaia
Dure tor about four months and it cured ma.
D. KAUBLB. Nevada. O.
Digests What You Eat
TO UNITE OFFICES
9:22 a. m. 9:00 p. tn. 9:05 p. tn
5:20 p.m. 2:00 p m 7:30 a. m
NEW PITTSBURG ROUTE.
Lv. St. Louis 9:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 9'°5P-
Ar. Toledo 7:40 p.m. 10:50 p.m. 8:10 a.
Ar. Pittsburg 6:30 a.m. 6:30 a.m. 4:15 P-
132 p m.
ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS AND DES MOINES.
Lv. Kansas City 7:40 a. m. 10:15 a. m.
Lv. St. Louis 9:01a.m. 2:10 p.m.
Ar. Des Moines 7:00 p. m.
Ar. Minneapolis 8:isa m. 8:15 a.m.
Ar St. Paul SjMia. m. 8:50 a.m. ,
Stop over allowed at St. Louis, Detroit and Niagara Falls Meals served in W«.
bish Palace Dining Cars. Consult ticket agents of connecting lines, or
9:00 p. m.
9:00 p. m.
7:55 a. m
7:10 p. m.
7:50 p. m.
Address W. F. CONNER
315 Mlis strut. Run 202, Dallas. Texas.
bollal bottle hold. I
ti MM U B«ch M th* I
trial, ot M wat ! > j
rr«p*r*d at th Lab-
oratory of B.0.D«Wltt
6 Oo., Chicago,
The Popular St. Louis Line
M* trains claily each way, between Kan-
at City and St. Louis. Observation Din
r« Cars ami Pullman Palace Sleeping
Can. Everything first clasa. L ut 't
J*ily service between Kansas City an
On ihs. Ask your agent to route you vie
I Lawton, Okla., March 2.—The Man-
gum and Lawton land offices will be
'consolidated shortly after March 1 and
' all unfinished business remaining in
j the Mangum office will be transact <1
' from the Lawton office- John A. Oli-
I pliant, receiver of the Mangum office
j lias been removed by Secretary Hitch-
! eock, the older of removal to take i f-
j feet upon the receipt of Ollphant if
1 he secretary's written order which ha^
been forwarded by mail. John A. Tro1
ter, the register of that office, will also1
be removed and separated from tin-
service in a few days. The terms of
both these officers expired last month.'.
Architects William A. Ncthercot and I
Td J. Peters announce that Mies Ab
ble Meyer, the artist, will work in con
nection with them in the residence de-
partment of their work. Miss Meyer
is an expert in all matters pertaining
to Interior color schemes, decorating,
furnishings, etc., and clients of this
firm for residence work will have the
benefit of her services in this depart-
ment without extra charge. 26-6t
('owen & Crisnian were awarded
the contract for the construction of
the new three story building to oe
erected by F. L. Stone and J. J. Cul-
berson on the corner of Ninth and
Broadway. ' The contract price Is $22,-
000 exclusive of the plumbing and
heating, which was awarded to Walter
Newman. The building will be of
modern construction, including light-
ing, hot water, steam hoat, Are escapes
etc. Construction will begin at once.
This site is just opposite the city hall,
and two doors north of The News if-
I AM NOT OUT ON A PAR/OE, BUT
I started in to eating Tlernan's Chile and have got phat. "Imitated by
all; equaled by none."
CHILI, PIES, COFFEE, CAKE, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
GOLDEN GATE DRIP COFFEE. BEST IN THE WORLD.
5 CENTS A CUP. ICE CREAM AND COLD DRINKS.
Take a bucket of ChlH home with you.
A meeting of the Modern Woodmen]
of America will be held Friday night No. 7 East Main Sireet
at M. W. A. hall. Important business
will be transacted and all members
are urged to attend. By order of the
C. F. Collier,
M. W. Chance.
"iPOM TI ER NAN'S CHILE PARLOR
wa ai ■!: B: 1: Ui a. it a: hi :i. a: ai li: it 'l: :i n il lirif*
TE8.A. o. p. A.,
E. E. BLECKLEY,
We Hate The Reputation ot Selling
Good and First-Class
Oysters Fish and every-
thing kept in a First
Class Market. Leave
or send your orders and
they will have prompt
attention by our .deliv-
ery men to any part of
the City V, ,
The CITY MEAT MARKET
124 North Broadway.
Leeds is Out.
W. B. Leeds Is no longer connected
with the Rock Island in any capacity.
He has resigned as chairman of the
board of directors, as a member of the
finance committee and also as a direc-
tor of the Rock Island Holding Com-
pany. He also resigned as a direc-
tor of the Chicago, Rock Island &
Pacific Railway company, thus sever
ing his last tie with that company.
The vacancies have not yet been fill-
John J. Mitchell has been elected a
director of the Rock Island Company
and of the Chicago, Rock Island
Pacific Railway Company to succeed
the late Marshall Field
ST. PATRICK'S BALL.
The second annual ball of the G. 1
A. to B. of L. E., Waukomis division,
No. 314, will be held on the evening ol
Saturday, March 17, St. Patrick's day,
in Estes hall. The ladies are making
preparations for a grand time and the
event will be thoroughly enjoyed.
Tickets for the St. Patrick's ball are
now on sale at Wallace Mann's drug
The best way to rid the system of a
sold is to evacuate the bowels- Ken-
nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar acts
as a pleasant, yet effectual cathartic
in the bowels. It clears the head,
cuts the phlegm out of the throat,
itrengthens the bronchial tubes, re
Ueves coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough, etc. Sold by J. E. Cockrell
A public institut.i in opsn to the Medioal Profession.
Has nineteen large, airy rooms, including an up-to-
date operating room Our nurses are graduated,
trained and experienced.
J H SCOTT, M, D.. Superintendent. 312 North Ball.
LADIES—I make fron. $18 to $30
per week and want you to have the
same opportunity. The work is very
pleasant and will pay handsomely for
even your sptre time. I speak from
experience, as 1 have often made $10
In a single day. This Is no deception.
I want no money and will gladly send
full particulars free to all. Address
Mrs. W. W. Mitchell, Box 10, Port-
land, Maine. 11
i SHAWNEE NEWS «
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I Pailv XY^L |
| Week'y *1 t'er Year. |
Have You Heard of the Mew Kansas City Train?
Leaves Oklahoma City daily at 7:30 p. m. via Missouri, Kansas & Texaa
R'y—arrives Kansas City at 8:40 «. m. the follov ing morn.ng, making all Im-
This train carrle; a through (buffet) sleeper to Kansas City, and chair
Change of cars Is one of the greatest inconveniences of travel. Tow
don't have to change cars If you travel via the Missouri, Kansas & Texaa
Railway. Through trains (over Its rails) run from Oklahoma City to Kan-
sas City and St. Louis. All through trains have Chair Cars and Pullma
The M. K. & T. trains leav<J Oklahoma City dally at 10:30 a. m. ai
7:30 p. m. for St. Louis, Hannibal, Sedalla, Nevada, Ft. Scott, Kansas Clt
Parsons, Joplin, Galena, Columbus, Coffeyville, Bartlesville, etc.
When you have occasion to travel, use the same discrimination in boj
anything else. If there Is any inform-ing a ticket that you would in buying
atlon you want about a prospective 'rip, write me. I'll gladly give you the
GEO. S. STEIN,
Traveling Tassenger Agent,
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T.
Tickets are on sale everywhere vUMissouri, Kansas & Texas Railway
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Halpin, Harry E. The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 128, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1906, newspaper, March 2, 1906; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc137926/m1/2/: accessed April 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.