The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 236, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 21, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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(jcticral Bu.lne.., Thre. Line. 3
Time. 88c. Payable In Advance.
for rent—Two nicely furnished
rooms for Mght housekeeping, ground
floor. 218 n. Bell. u.,t
FOR RENT Nicely furZSheiTT^m
modern conveniences, 615 N Beard
Phone 922. ^ 20.3t'
FOR RENT—Two nice south ex-
r°sure lurnlshed rooms, three blocks
from down tuwn. Also three large I
upstairs unfurnished rooms cheap'
127 N. Philadelphia. 10-14t'
For nice cool furnished rooms apply I
■' SjC North Beard. 22-tf
FOR RENT—3 offices, front rooms
No. 3 East Main street. Phone 217.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
SATURDAY( JULY 21, 1906.
NTED Brunch managers, |20
* >ekly. Live at home Expe.
**" unneceaaary. No canvassing,
stamp for particular.. Alum-
1 Hantar Co.. Chatfleld, Minn
WANTED Highest cash~rlce fo
'our second hand furniture. a s
MUSKOGEESAVESTEAM Xoftge iurcctorp
COMMITTEE COLLECTED 80ME
MONEY AND GUARANTEED
Town Felt that It. Local Pride Would
Be Hurt If the Team wa Per-
mitted to be Trans-
FOR RENT—stock pasture, calf
pasture separate, two blocks east of
■treet car line. Address C. B Dick-
-OR RENT—2 new four room
■ouses, large pleasant rooms, good
water, apply at News. 9.tf
FOR RENT—Furnished or unfur-
Hsbed eight room house, modern con-
reniences, on car :ine, Una piano rnd
rther household goodsif wanted. Ad-
dress L. P. or call at News office. 28-tf
TOR RENT—65 rooms 8uitabiiT"for
e', 76 fr°nt second floor and 25
•ront third floor. All rooms are mod-
ern and good hallway. Also have a
first floor store room suitable to be
Med as office and dining room. This
Is located ln the heart of the city on
U. corner and a man who has had
hotel experience can make good money
Aw* same. F0l further particulars'
— esj W. Dralla, care News, Shaw
H drum newspa
Wor"- f°'" P«ge Six column
9 per. Addre.-. <>hawnw News. ff
board and ROOM—Two~or three
young men can find good board, clean
TTL'T' aDd P'easant home at
® North Douglas. 10(f
Pottawatomie section maps forlaTe
each, at The News office. 126 N
MONEY 10 LOAN.
i>i iney to loan ou diamonds, watches
^CMsehold goods, security of any kind.
ucines8 transacted In a private room
business strictly confidential
nee Loan Co, lis l-| E. Main
MONEY LOANED—8 per cen"
straight, business, homes, any good
security. Cheapest rate.. sell you
ome, small payments. See mt Make
y°" glad- C- M. Crawford. 102 Maim
For sale at a bargain and on easy
xrma or monthly payments, about the
■ame as rent, a new well built and
well arranged six room house, 3 lots
•mall stable, good water, on street
line. 1317 East Main. Phone
OR SALE—New 4 room house," 60*
■ ' '<*• " ln fruit, strawberries
J grape' and shade trees
J J take $760 cash. Close to car line.
8 M- F-. care News. 24-tf
OR SALE—A nice short order res
taurant and lemonade stand attached.
Bt p lf taken at once. 608 East Main
for SALE—Big paper cutter at
_ lawnee News. 30.lf
GET MARRIED—Matrimonial pa-
per containing hundreds advertise-
ments marriageable people from a„
sections of the United States, Canada
Mexico; many rich; mailed free
_ • Gunnels, Toledo, Ohio. 16-1 m d-w
Bowel Complaint In Children.
During the summer months children
which h' 1° dl80rd6ra of the bowels
which should receive careful atten-
on as soon as the first unnatural
oseness of the bowels appears. The
best medicine in use for bowel com-
Plaint U Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy as it promptly
control, any unnatural looseness of
the bowels. ** „,e by tte 0w[ ^
& Son R' Harryman' F" A- Reynolds
fom°f ,SALB~0ne 01 the prettiest 60
°ot lots on the east side, 1-2 block
cash or turms. Address c H
care of News. 3"f
Muskogee citizens made good yes-
terday in the matter of maintaining
its base ball team in the South Cen-
tral League. The team will continue
to play winning ball for Muskogee.
A considerable amount of money was
raised by subscription and enough
has been guaranteed to pull the team
ti-rough In good shape for the remain
der of the season.
Local pride would not permit the
word to be sent out of Muskogee that
this city could not maintain a ball
team. Gus Fite and John Collins
«ith subscription papers collected con
siderable money In small amounts and
a committee composed of Messrs.
Frank Hellinghausemn, Joe McCusker
J. f. Darby and J. S. Weeks secured
a guarantee for the balance.
When the news was spread that
Muskogee was about to lose her
team, many people at once got busy
One snug sum was given by a lady
who requested that her name not
be made public. There was joy in
the hearts of the fans last night and
indications are that hereafter the at-
tendance wil be better than ever.
It Is understood that the M. E. T.
Co. was the largest contributor.—Mus-
The Fraternal Order of Eagle,
meets every Thursday at 8 p. m at
Meets first and third Thursday night.
Woodman's hall. A. T. Brown, Pre. •
D. P. Sparks, Sec
K. O. T. m.
Shawnee Tent No. 12 meets first
id third Thursday night, at Este.
hall. j. H. Coe, Com.; j. S. Rogers
No. 17 meets Tuesday evnings In
I- O. O. F. hall. Ella Flowers, N. Q. ■
ills. Bertha Hatfield, Sec.
Woodmen of the World.
Meets every Monday night'in .he
Lowe building, N. Broadway, at S
P- m. J. L. Pipkin, clerk; J. H Jen-
kins, C. C.
I* wut Mrs. Lucy
Stovall.of Tilton. Ga.
Mid after talcing
of other weak
b t i n g rt-
stored to perfect
health by this rem-
edy. you may be
well if you will take
nearly all the sick-
, nass that wom.n
11 d*Pn es the system of nourish-
ment and the delicate organs peculiar to
suffer — weaken, and b.eonw
""> CURE THE LUNGS
N D.!~ '
S0c 4 $1.00
v U'Hckoet Cure foJ^Tl
" -."'t -LUKU XROUB.
'• O. O. F.
Shawnee Mdge No. 33 meet, every
Thursday a" I. o. O. F. hall, corner
and Broadway. E. r. Cameron,
n. G.; Sam Malahy, secretary.
Ent rise Lodge No. 149 meets on
Friday .venlngs in K of P. hall Dr
W. C. Bradford, N. G.; D. J. Cleland
Shawnee Encampment No. 20, I. O.
O. F., meets second and fourth Satur
da; s. T. W. Dustin, C. P.; p. c. Car.
•nables the stomach and riljestive organ.
to dijest and assim.late all of the whole-
some food that may be eaten, it nourishes
the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,
restoring health and strength. Kodcl cure,
indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, sour
risings, belching.neartbum and aii stomach
Digests What You Eat
Vanntacturer* of and dealers li,
51 <SS, SASH, OOGRS AND RLINDS
and all kind* <>♦
Gpcial Ml 1 Vi or It.
Hhtimates CheertuJly Oiven.
Tel' 341 s. Bell .Siret, .
Menr fh« V oJi i
Dollar bottle hold^au
tln M mUch ti the
atrial, or so c>nt
Prep*r«*i it th L b-
oratory of 1.0.D«WJtt
Only 82 Years Old.
"I am only 82 years old and don'f
expect even when I get to be real olj
to feel that way as long as I can
Electric Bitters," says Mrs. E. h. Brun
son, of Dublin, Ga. Surely there',
nothing else keeps the old as young
and makes the weak so strong as thl?
grand tonic medicine. Dyspepsia, tor
Pld liver, inflamed kidneys or chronic
constipation are unknown after tak
tag Electric Bitters a reasonable time
Guaranteed by the Owl Drug S^e
Price 60c. ,
FOR 8ALE—Two inh .
B. „ ' 1W0 J°h presses at
8hav nee News. ^
ueeiv i Bve room h0Uli,i.
«Titv H ' 6aSt front' Pan
n ioo i# m° cost ,1,10°- wlii 8611
' 0 fld at once, have other busl-
^ «t Newt.
for SALE a three horse power el-
1 r t rt0r' AaUre88 "Metric," m
o,f"" SALE-a complete news and
Obpr inting ome. Address Shawnee
'°R RENT-Furnlshed house ~r
kIS° ^ *araen'l0U 0f fn,It-
offlce Wat6r' InQU're News
WANTED—By September 20, a G or
r room house, with plenty of ground
™ P°Ultry yard8' near street
Want to rent for 3 to 5 years
rith option of buying. Addrea*
). Box 663, Shawnee.
WANTED Position as housekeepei
r to do general housework by mid
le aged woman. Phone 776. 20-3t
WANTED—Men to travel ' in each
*te, distribute samples and adver-
•e our goods. Salary $21 per week
id expenses guaranteed. Expenses
Ivanced. Experience unnecessary
(Ureas, with stamp, stating age and
copatton, Reev. Co., 428 Daarboru
reet, Chlcauo. JMt
VTED—A buggy and horse to
«P tor its feed. Address h News
If!: ' 17-tf
>«pered. painted and furnished
d^rn conveniences. Miss Elliott
N. Beard. i.lm
FELL FROM BALLOON.
Horrifying Accident Which However
May Not Result Fatally.
Altus, Okla., July 21.—a balloon as-
cension here yesterday evening about
8 o clock resulted disastrously. Frank
Anderson when starting the ascent got
hold of the cut off rope, suposing it
to be one of the hoop ropes and was
immediately thrown to the ground. He
was about 75 feet in the air when the
accident occurred. The parachute op-
ened when about five feet from the
ground, which stopped the jar some-
what although he has a dislocated
j SAh0Ul(ler and 's badly hurt Inwardly
Anderson was earrled to the office of
Dr. Newlon and is being cared for. it
is Impossible to determine the extent
of bis Injuries. Anderson is origin-
ally from Copenhagen, Denmark, and
is about 23 years of age. Dell Sim-
mons of Lawton, Okla., Ia the owner
of the balloon and claims to have made
many ascensions, a majority of which
have turned out successfully. There
was a big crowd gathered on the
streets to witness the ascent, but they
were horror stricken when they saw I
the helpless man coming to the
Hurt by Tent Falling.
New York, July 21,-Three thousand
persons who attended Pawnee Bill's
Wild West s.ww in Bayonne, N. Y„
yesterday, were thrown Into a panic
when the tents were struck by a severe
wind and rainstorm. The main tent
•agged and Pawnee Bill was Injured
in trying to save others from being
hurt. The horse tent was blown down
and 400 horses stampeded.
Although the main tent did not col-
lapse altogether, it partially gave way
in two places, and at one end it sag-
ged and dropped so low as to knock
several women off their seats. Many
women fainted, and if it had not been
for the prompt action of Major Llliib
(Pawnee Bill) and the attendants and j
police, there would have been a serious !
Major Llilie and one woman were
the only persons Injured. One of the
supporting poles in the main-tent fell
forward and as It did so Liilie made
an effort to keep It from striking any-
one. The heavy pole struck him on
the right shoulder, dislocating it, and
also grazed the head of Mrs. John T.
Lambert of Bayonne. Mrs. Lambert
received a scalp wound, but It Is not1
of a serious character.
a. f. & a. M.
Shawnee Lodge No. 27 meets the
first and third Monday it Masonic!
hall. W. S. Cade. W. M.; j. d.|
Shawnee Lodge No. 30 meets every
Wednesday night. Ed Timmons, M.
W.; J. A. Ferris, recorder.
Shawnee Lodge B. P. o. Elk..
No. 657. meets first and third Wed-
nesdays. hall corner Beard and Main.
V. M. Long, MIn. E. R.; Norman Nel-
k. of P. Lodge No. 20.
Meets every Tuesday evening «t
-stle hall, over post office. John
••".es, C. C.; G. C. Abernathy, K
• «nd S.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Shawnee Camp 7781. regular meet-
ng each Friday in Modern Woodmen
hall. Martin C. Fleming, V. C • F
W. Christner, clerk.
SOLD BY J. E. COCKRELL.
4 PHONE 887 f|
hasty messenger service
i Guarantees prompt and hasty
;; delivery 0f messages and par-
cels to all parts of the city.
Price only 10c
Hours 7 a. m. to 9 p. m
Sundays 8 to 11 a. m.
109 N. Bell.
3 ' i nrnrrp'
i BUSINESS PREMISES
, Fall short of the object of their ereo
Ion unless designed by an exper-
Phone 915 118 N Broadway
R< G Burnett
Practical knowledge in the prepara-
tion of plans must be used or valuable
space is wasted and perhaps building
j is not structurally strong.
I Having made this branch a special
Plans for Stores, Warehouses, etc
are thoroughly practical.
T. L. HUMPHREY,
Light and heavy hauling to
all parts of the city. Household
goods and piano moving a spec-
Canadian Valley Lodge, No. 1784
Royal Arcanum, meets In new Odd
Fellows hall on North Broadway first
and third Tuesday evenings of the 4 s
Oklahoma Division, No. 181, l. a.
■ tr O. R. C., meets second and fourth
i htirsda in every month, at 2:30, In
' °' °' F- ha". corner Main and Broad
way. President, Mrs. Milton E. Stans-
bury; secretary, Mrs. Bruce Hayes
Ladles' Society of B. of l f
J;y,^dS,e' No' 181' meets the first
and third Monday of every month at
2:30 p. m. In K. of P. hall.
the TEXA8 wonder.
Cures all Kidney, Bladder and Rheu-
matic troubles; sold by all druggists,
two months treatment by mail for
• 1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street,
t. Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials.
I Oak Grove Camp, No. 2992, meet,
ejery other Saturday at 3 p. m. at
t> 1 W. M. A. hall. Miss Luretta J
Russell, oracle; Mrs. Lou Tarbuttoo
Won First Prize
The greatest amateur night both In
Point of attendance and quality of tal-
ent took place last evening at the
Afrdome before 1,200 people. The
greatest enthusiasm was manifest and
the first prize was won by the Parks
from Shawnee, with Pewee as
the bright particular star. Spurrier
and Baker, Oklahoma, and Col. W. E.
Cummlngs, Houston, Texas, with his
dog, Teddy, third.-Oklahoman.
Sheboygan Natural Mineral Water
•Plits 10 cents. All drug .tore.. E.0.D
Sheboygan Water and .Badger Q|n.
9er Ale .hipped here |n .olid refrlq
erator cars from Sheboygan, Wiscon-
Blue Ribbon Co., Dl.trlbutor..
E. O. D.
Murdered by Tramp..
Cheyenne, Wyo., July 21,-The mys-
tery of finding two deserted wagons
w!t?h, , W'th bU"et h0les' sta,ned
with blood and with the mangled re
mains of a man and a boy on the pral
rie near Hanna, Wyoming, recently
has been partially cleared by the iden
tiflcation of the victims as Archie Ir
v'ne of Cestos, Okla., and his son.
fmm ~W6re traV6ilng overland
from Baker City, Oregon.
The murders it is believed were
committed by tramps a month or so
ago. Their entire faces were blown
aw ay. There Is no clue to the murder
Mrs. Irvine shortly after the mur-
der was committed, went by train to
Oklahoma, where Bhe now is.
I VANTED—A five or six room house
e In, at once. Also want to buy
ill house oa monthly payments
Less 0., News. 2S-tt
Summer Touri t Kate..
The Rock (aland will have on sale
resort eXZe[°n tlCketB 10 a" 8Ummer
esorts. The Rock Island Is the only
direct route to California and Color*
do Points. See Morgan or call phone
Shawnee Post' No.^O, Department
of Oklahoma, meets first and third
ur ay at 2 p. m., corner Broadway
and Ma.n. r. A. Timmons, comma/
Twenty Year Battle.
was a loser in a twenty year bat-
t«e with chronic piles and malignant
sTve "mV tr'ed BUCk'"US ArnI"
Salve, which turned the tide, by cur
ng both, till not a trace remains"
writes A. M. Bruce, of Farmvllle, va
Best for old ulcers, cuts, hunn r.ml
wounds. 26c at the Owl Drug Stora. •
I. A. to B. of L E
Nokomis Division, G. 1. "a. 'to b 0,
U E. meets second and fourth Wetf
. days ,n each m°nth at 2:30 p. m
In Odd Fellows hall, corner of Main
and Broadway. Mrs. W A n«„n
Present; Mr, D. E. Fitzgerald "s"
.Smokers of IOc Cigars Re-
quested to Try
C U B A N O S
ACLfcAR HAVANA 5c CIGAR
F- o. GAMBLE
FINE CIGARS 10 B. MAIN
P'pes and Smokers Supplies
208 N. Union,
follow the flag
WZ"J*°~A YOUNQ MAN-
VANTED-We want a y0,lag man
to work on a farm, in the orchard aa.
garden, around the house a*l barn, in
fcet for general farm work. He must
know how. ^ wllUng ^ hQ|d
7 *" °r "T w°rk around the,
atdlo hH6„mUSt ^ m°ral,y honest j
and to be honest he must be truthful
virtuous and Industrious; to be moral'
he must not swear, drink whiskey'
chew or smcke tobacco, A young man
of good morals and Industrious habits
can have a long time job. either bv
month or year, or he can have a good
farm and plenty of stock and tools
to run It furnished him. to work on
ZT A^De bUt StrlCt'y h0De8t nee"
apply. Address, with stamp incIose(,
"Farmer." care News. ^
TO l;EW YORK, BOSTON, BUFFi
LO, NIAGARA FALLS, CHICAGO,
CANADA AND THE NORTHWEST
^hree through wild trains dally.
6 on|y between
•Jtorover Allowed mt Detroit ana
All meals served in Wabash 1
WHEN THE FIRE BELL RINGS
many men of property tremble in their
Joes. They fear ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
thelr p,ac6 that lg golng up ln
And when their fears prove groundless
-it w n h Same °M procrtt8<-'natIon
It will do to see about
day after tomorrow or next week. And
along comes a tiro and snuffs them out
The moral to this talk is obvious
We are writing fire Insurance Let
"■ write a policy for you
nel80n-dean insurance co
Nelson Norman, Agent;
we ^nmn Avenue.
"My son," said the Proverb
do not lay out your money in
the purchase of repentance."
In buying the
Every l>lauo that le.v«8 ^ fac.
tory must be as perfect as know-
£ *■. -Ml, and taste can make
Some pianos, like some peo-
P'e. can stand a few meeting.,
but do not wear well. It will
ri/°U "°thln« «•« our
I m . " iwa.ru r>ur
banner blue limit-j I 068 Cash 0r eaay wyments
Husselman Piano Co.
b,oct "" "" -
Between St. Louis and Chlcc
The Handsomest Train In Air.enc.
Four through trains dally.
Consult the agents of connecting
linoa or address
w. f. CONNER, s. w. P. A.
385 Main st. Room 204. Dallaa. To*,1
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