The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 128, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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WI REACH THE PEOPLE.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1906.
YOUR p#tron>oe solicitm
r. W. Chrlstnar, Praa. a M. Chrlatner, S«c. and Traaa.
CONSERVATIVE LOAN & ABSTRACT CO.
the monthly payment plan.
We make AbatracU of Title,
FARM AND CITY LOAN*.
We make long or abort time
oani on Improved (arm and city
•roperty, and give the borrower
Iberal optlona In paying hla j
loan Do you wiib to own a
home? If ao, we will loan you
money with which to build on
Sell Real Estate, Write Inaur-
CALL AND SEE US.
107 N. Jell 8L. Shawnee, Okla.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
lot b. Publisher
Barry E. llalpln City Editor
News Business Office, 3Z1
Lou 8. Allard'B Residenoe, 246
Altered r second class mall matter
AaguBt l, 1905, at the postofflce of
Shawnee, Oklahoma, under thu act of
SJODgress of March 3, 1879.
They are asking District Attorney
Jerome what he did with his $100,000
campaign fund. He got an office.
John D. Rockefeller, r, has no use
for society and particularly the 400.
He can't see any six per cent In 1L
i The fact that thy senate is to dls-
1 pose of the statehood bill at an early
(late almost a.-sureb statehood for Ok-
lahonia and Indian Territory.
The setting of an early day to vote
The man who says he is out of poll-
tics, will soon find himself put out n
one, two, three order.
The percentage of mortality proves
tbat Shawnee is the healthiest city in
either of the two territories.
Now will the Herald, since it states
in its own columns that it gave an un-
true report of the Republican meeting,
admit that it misrepresented facts.
The Herald in one column wants
The News to point out a single untrue
statement in its report of the Repub-
lican meeting Tuesday night, while
In another it has a communication
which points out a good many state-
ments that certainly prove the Her-
ald's nn r. pr< -iitatfons. The vari-
ous departments of the paper si ould
MAY BE TRUE.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
ti you do not receive The News ri ■'
' liar y please report to ub at. once b>
fbone or In person. This is the only
me*us we have of ascertaining tht
of Sale of Midland Valliy
to Union Pacific.
; City, March 2.—It Is "just'
W i are striving to give
tery service possible and
uu in miss a single l*sue
Fire all your kicks to
n as "Imi
"MU8T DO ITS WORST" NOW.
Such a brazen, uncalled for attack
.aa the Oklahonian is making upon
4rtatehood's champion in Washington
would In some communities run Its
subscription circulation down in a
I -very positive mat
talre Is recognized In the territories
ltd In Washington as the statehood
ader, and his arms should be buoyed
Instead of weakened by falsehoods
rculated at home and sent abroad to
aaken his influence In Washington,
ten statehood has been disposed of
jtfkould be time enough. It would ap-
jpear, for the Oklahonian to get in its
irlb lifters. Then Mr. McGuire will
have accomplished all in his power,
tod If that paper, if it fears his polit-
ical strength In the future through
the pasage of the statehood bill, sees
fit to go after him the field Is free to
Jt—so long as It sticks to (he truth
But the Oklahonian dare not wait, it
must "do Its worst now," and do it
good and hard—even though It endan-
ger the defeat of statehood. The fart
is, Judging from the Oklahoman's des-
peration, that newspaper would rather
see statehood defeated than to see
Delegate McGuire receive due credit
Incessant, untiring work In
tl'a behalf. If this be true,
the Oklahonian but a traitor
The price of wheat is being hammer-
i >1 down In the Chicago grain pit, but
It is still too high to encourage Mr.
Bryan In renewing his talk about
wheat and silver going hand In hand.
Pat Crowe intimates that he still
believes that he kidnapped the Cudahy
boy, but In order to avoid trouble, he
is willing to accept the jury's word for
It that he did not turn the trick.
Emperor William of Germany Is
about to precipitate a European war
over the Moroccan question. Will it
be lese majeste to inquire If he Is to
inscribe on his banners: "The Em-
peror and God."
Elsworth Defrance has been pardon-
ed from the South Dakota penitentiary
after serving twelve years for stealing
a mil pouch which contained one cent.
Served him right for stealing a littlo
thing like a penny.
i one company we would
nt this road than the Un-
ind that is the Santa Fo. ]
ihat if the Santa Fe had
the Midland Valley It would bring us
several more divisions. Next to the
Santa Fe getting it the Union Pacific
would do more good In the upbuilding
Lif Arkansas City.
Colonel George S. Hartley, who has
been closely connected with the Mid-
land Valley promoters. Informs us
that he thinks it is possibly true that
the Union Pacific has bought the road, j
He knows that a month ago Colonel !
Burt, one of the head men of the |
Union Pacific, was In this city and
went from here over the route. Con-
tractors along the route of the Midland
Valley saw Colonel Burt and recog-
nized him. Later they Informed Mr.
Hartley of the visit over the line. It
is possible that the Union Pacific has
the new road
Square Deal stock sold. Buyer will
close out this stock at less than cost.
Auction will be conducted every af-
ternoon and evening.
Farm aid City Loans; Six Months to SiX Years
Everything Exactly as Agreed
109 North Broadway, Shawnee, Okla.
j Ha r -. -
ng in % JD <181111 HI,' >1—1
but that I not surprising. _—
ve the < anal U being dug ho.i [t ts luiply astonishing how little
' :ently an ! with earnestness congresB knows about railroads, Judg-
ilgeacc, va-" francis Burton |„K froni Its requests for Information.
who has Just returned from ■
Thi:- statement would have Most all these fUlows who are howl-
ciently urprising and gratify-: jnt! for cleaner money would grab at
if it .ad eudud with the word i ati dirty a lot of bills as you have ev-i
| A Guthrie man advertises for a wife
**-:wc(n the age of twelve and twenty-
« . and says he will take any color
■crept black. He Insists she must be
orphan. We agree with this man.
e who is so unfortunate as to have
l advertise for a wife should not oe
•cumbered with a mother-in-law.
New York collector of scraps has
left a fortune of $50,000. Jim Jeffries
hus made more than that by collect-
LOAN ASSN^ BUSTtD
Elkhart, Ind., March 2.—The Equita-
ble Building and Loan Association,
with a capital stock of two million
dollars, went iuto liquidation today.
Gradual withdrawals had decreased
the company's deposits to about ten
Count Boni threatens to go to work
Just as soon as he can get a Job that
pays anything like being a husband
In the Gould family.
Get our prices on farm and city prop
erty. Kerker, Gardner & Kerker. 24-t|
Mayor Schmltz of San Francisco is
iso seize the street railway, the fran-
chise of whloih has expired, and give
ax example of Immediate municipal
ownership. Mayor Dunne m'jt be
tempted to bring suit under the copy-
Dr. Wiley has told an anxious nation
*li abo. • whiskey except how to pro-
ceed when you have a bottle and no
Shawnee should have a "fifty thou-
sand" club at once, for when we get
statehood the city will grow so rapidly
that It will soon be too late.
The supreme court has decided that
St. Louis must take her drinking wa-
ter from a riv r Into which Chicago
empties her sewerage. The consola-
tion is that St. Louis has an excuse
for refusing to drink water.
Visitors to the Cattle Railers' As-
sociation meeting in Dallas, March 19;
the Great Electric Line between Fort
Worth and Dallas will run fast electric
cars every half hour during the conven-
tion from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. This
will enable all to secure hotel accom-
modations In either city. Ticket of-
fices in all leading hotels of both cities.
Cars traverse the leading streets, .pass
all hotels. All cars leave on time.
Elegant service, no waiting for dusty
slow trains. Buy your ticket to Fort
Worth, then take the Interurban. Rate
$1 for round trip. Address W. C. For-
liess Gen Pass. Agt., Fort Worth,
Texas. ' •
tatement of the condition of the Oklahoma National Bank, at the close
business January 29, 1906:
and Discounts >282,429.17
id Loans (Cotton) .. 9,022.92
'. & Bonds and Premiums.. 13,156.15
and Warrants 14,417.05
Batate, Turnlture and
Capital Stock ) 50.000.00
Surplus and Profits 22,859.37
Total $490,280 22
The above statement Is correct.
F. B. REED, Cashier.
OKLAHOMA NATIONAL SANK
capital and Surplus $75,000.00
O, i. BENSON, Pirn HARK? MB AD, Vice Fm F. B. REED, Cashier.
Notice to Members of the Christian
Every member of the Christian
Church In the city Is especially re-
quested to be present at the taberna-
cle Sunday morning, March 4, at ;l
a. m., to ratify the action of the
church board in the adoption of plans
for the new church building, and also
to take the final step in the accepting
or rejecting the purchase of 37 1-2 feet
of ground south of tho church lots, to!
be added to the same, and the sale
To Be Frank
you have really never
eaten a true soda cracker
until you have eaten
The only soda cracker
which is all good and
always good, protected
from strange hands by a
dust tight, moisture
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
We are in Prime Condition
At the Palace. Just drop In and give
us a looking over. See our neat store,
our big stock of -"rugs, drug sundries,
and patent medicir •*. We have what
you want, will get It or it isn't made.
GET THE HABIT.
The Palace Drugstore
No. 16 East Main
Full infor niation on request
GEO. H. LEE, G. P. A.
Little Rock, Ark.
J. S. McNALLY, DW. Pass. Agt.
Oklahoma City, O. T.
FRISCO TIME TABLE.
time op trains at oklahoma city.
March 13—Arbor day.
March 1—Eva Tanquay In "Sambo
Girl," at the Becker Theatre.
March 7, 8, 10 Ember day.
March 17, St Patrlck'a day.
April 1—Opening of the base ball
March 17, second annual calico hop
given by the Nokomls Division, N. S14,
O. I. A. to B. o' L. E.. St Patricia
day at Estes hall
First Published in Shawnee News,
Feb. 8, 1906.
Territory of Oklahoma,. Pottawatomie
In the District Court In and for the
said County and Territory.
Clare E Rose, Virginia Kinard, Kate
M. Kinard, Edna A. Wallis, Lena M.
Sherwood, I. C. Kinard, Geo. W. Kin-
ard and Ernest C. Kinard, a minor, by
W. S. Baker, his Guardian, PlalntllTa.
vs. John P. Kinard, Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice Is hereb'- given that by vir-
tue of a Judgment of partition and sale
made.and entered In the above entitled
action on the 30th day of December,
A. D. 1905, In the District Court in and
for the Third Judicial District, in and
for said County and Territory, the un-
dersigned, Sheriff of Pottawatomie
County, Oklahoma Territory, for that
purpose duly appointed and directed
In said judgment, will offer for sale
and sell for -cash to the highest bid-
der, at the front door of the court
house, in the City of Tecumseh, Potta-
watomie County, Oklahoma Territory,
on Monday, 12th day of March, A
D., 1900, at tho bc-ur of two (2) o'clock
In the afternorn of that day, the land
and premises ordered partitioned, and
directed by said judgment to be sold,
and therein described as follows, to>
The east half of the southeast quar-
ter of section thirty-five (35), in Town-
ship eleven (11) north, Range three
(3) east of the Indian Meridian, In
Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma Ter-
Witness, my hand this 7th day r.f
February, A. D. 1906.
W. A. ORACH,
Sheriff of 3aid County.
By C. E. Francis, his deputy.
WOOD & WILLIAMS,
A ftorneyg. Wtw
THE CLIMATE'S THE THING
- ' = AND THE -
NORTH PACIFIC COAST
Very Low Rates in Effect
Daily, Until April 7, 1906.
MANY ROUTES FROM WHICH TO MAKE
409-41 j 4ti
9 .15 am
St. Louis ! 6:55 am
Memphis j 8:00 am
....Springfield 10:35 pm
.... Kansas City
.OKLAHOMACITY i 10:20 am
timk of trains at holdenville.
J OO pm
| 6:50 am
of the houses on the lots as recorn-' 6:32 pm
mended by the board, and to attend ,n:3° Pm
to other Important business pertain-1'' 55 pm
lug to the congregation.
l-3t By order of Board.
9:20 pm Springfield
9:20 am | I'40 pm Dallas
6:50 pm 20:00pm .
144 am [
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From February 15th to April 7th,
Inclusive, Colonists tickets will be on
sale to California and Mexico point*
at exceptionally low rates:
To San Francisco Mexico City
From Los Angeles Guadalajara
Chicago $33 $32
St. Louis $30 $27
Kansas City $25 $24
Kansas City rates apply at most
points in Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
tory. Ask your nearest railroad ageat
for rates or address,
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General Passenger and Ticket Agent
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To all points In Missouri, north of
Missouri Pacific Railway, main Una,
St. Louis to Kansas City, except with-
in one hundred miles of St Louis. '
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Div. Passenger Agent,
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