The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 284, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 13, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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E. M. FEARS, DISTRIBUTOR, SH AWNEE), OKLA. PHONE 680.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1906.
When you want sign* dos't pass
the Victor Wall Paper Co. at 214 E.
Main street. They "make signs"
BADLY WANTED MEN
TWO WANTED AT CARTHAGE, MO.,
ARE CAUGHT AT MUSKOGEE,
the kind you can read.
KILLED BY ASSASSIN
RICH CHEROKEE FARMER SLAIN
WHILE RIDING ALONG A
Se« Me For
Alfalfa, red clover, :in.othv, rye
bulbs nnd all fall planting seed*.
Clarke's Seed Store, 21« Host Main
Roodhoino, the coal man, whole-
\le and retail coal. Choice lot of
Ic.AIester coal. Phone 80®. 17 W
Jail Breaking, Forgery and Attempt
to KiH Are Some of Their Num-
erous Alleged Crimes.
kuskogee, I. T., Sept. 13.—After an
xcltlng chase Chief of Police Chas.
Klmsey and Assistant Chief W. H.
Darker captured R. W. Arnett and Bill Davis, a wealthy and prominent stock
i Marvin Bailey
Diseases of women and children
a specialty. Examination free.
Office In neard-Kennedy 4
Wheeler Bldg., corner Nlntli and
Phone 931 Shawnee, Okla.
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Jackson, two alleged notorious char
acters, wanted in Carthage, Mo., on
On June forth, after shooting the
jailer* these two men escaped from! from ambush by
the jail at Carthage and hare sine* si„
been scouting. The police here were Uj,. Davis' farm
notified yesterday morning to be on]souti, Qf Warner.
On* of the Most Widely Known Men
of Indian Territory the Victim
of Assassin's Bullet.
Warner, I. Tty Sept. 13?.—Cicero
roan and farmer, wins asslasslnated
Tuesday afternoon about five o'clock,
while driving to his home from the
town of Wlarner. He was shot
about six miles
la the forenoon
„uuum -- on | south of
the .lookout and by the decriptions he ^ad brought his family to town i
sent Chief Kimsoy the uien wereL iarge family hack and sent them
located yesterday morning by W. H. ,0 Fort Smith on the 11 o'clock
Harker. i .ti t e i' Arnett returned to the .train where his children are to enter
buggy which they had left on the school. After the train left Mr. Davis
vacant lot near the Maddin building
and attempted to make his escape in
looked after business about town.
H. C. Garner, a Warner banker, who
the buggy. Chief Kimsey followed jg in the city, says Davis came to the
on his horse and overtook the fugl-||)ank and It is thought he left town
tlve near the east end of Callahan abont 4 30 for his farm. About six
street and brought him back to the (o'clock word was brought to Warner
jail. of the finding of Davis In the road
At first the prisoners denied any ab0Ut two miles from his farm, lying
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Tonight and all tils week.
Direct from Madrid,
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IRISH JIMMY BURWELL.
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es and Jests.
knowledge of the Carthage affair, but
finally gave in and confessed to the
charge. There are numerous charges
against these men, among them
being an attempt to kijl. breaking
jail and forgery.
l.ast week a brother of Arnett's
was sentenced at Joplln, Mo., to four-
teen years in the penitentiary for
crimes committed by the man now
in jail in this city. Two women who
were accompanying the prisoners are
camped near Coody's creek. It is
supposed that the women are the wife
and sister of Arnett,
Singing the Pictured Melody. "Dear
Old Dixie Land."
showing two comedy pictures. Ephem-
eral Wealth, and A Cold In the Head.
"stlsecs Tuesday ftnd FYidsy
Children's matinee Saturday.
Admission 10 *0 16c. Curtain at
S: IS and 9:16 p. m.
M. A. Henderson and E. J. Laa*ra,
Messrs. Chick Bell and Hoy Rapp
who are managing the dareevll and
thrilling somersault of death act which
will be seen here with the Carl Ha*-
enbeck Grtx*er Sltows, Wednesday.
Sept. 19, are In a quandary. This Is
the feature act of the circus and was
Invented by Nick Howard, of this city
who lost his life while riding ot A lit-
tle later Miss Beryl Elliott, a local
' girl was thrown and severely Injured,
and at the present time Miss Isabel
Ixiroaine. an attractive young woman
of Milwaukee, eighteen years of age,
is. defying death at two performance
in a pool of blood with three bullet
holes in his body. His body was dis-
covered by a nephew.
Chief Deputy United States Mar-
shal Ernest Hubbard in this city was
at once noUfied of the murder. He
informed relatives of the dead man
and last night Deputy Bud Ledbetter.
Jack Davis, of South Second street,
of this city, brother of the dead man
and others chartered an engine and
caboose on the Midland ^ alley and
left for the scene of the murder.
Cicero Davis is one of the most
widely known stockmen and farmers
In the Creek and Cherokee nations
and Is reputed to be worth from
$75,000 to *100.000.
WAS A VERY SICK BOY.
A. C. Bleuer, ths diamond and watch
man, at HI East Main street, always
*ive« satisfaction. I*
Out Cured by Ctiemberlaln's Colic,
Cholera and Diahosa Remedy.
When my boy was two years old
he had a very severe attack of bowel
complaint, but by ths use of Chamber-
lain's Colic. Cholera and Dtahoe*
Remedy we brought him out all
right, says Maggie Hiekox. et Mid
land. Mich. This remedy ran be de-
pended upon in the moet eevcro cases.
Even cholera Infantum li cured by it
Follow the plain printed directions
and a cure !s certain For sale l v
Owl drug store, C. R. Harrjman and f.
A. Reynolds * Son.
Call for District Convention.
Pursuant to Instructions of the mem-
bers of the Republican central com-
mittee of the thirty-second constitu-
tional district, a convention of the Re-
publican voters of said district for the
purpose of nominating from said dis-
trict is hereby caJled to meet at the
opera house in the city of Tecumseh,
on October 4, 1906, at 11 a. m.
Each ward and precinct in said dis
trict will be entitled to one delegate
•for each ten votes or major portion
thereof cast for Hon. B. S. McGulre
for delegate to congress in 1904, and
each of the six wards and precincts
will be entitled to representation as
Dent No. 1, delegates - • 3
Dent No. 2, delegates 6
Eariboro No. 1, delegates 4
Earlboro No. 2, delegate 11
Forest No. 1, delegates 1
Forest No. 2. delegates 10
Forest No. 3, delegates 4
Shawnee No. 4, delegates H
Shawnee No. 5, delegates 6
Tecumseh No. 1, delegates ........ 3
Tecumseh No. 2, delegates 4
Tecumseh No. 3, delegates 3
Tecumseh No. 4, delegates 4
For the purpose of selecting dele-
gates to said convention caucuses will
be held in each ward and precinct
in said district on October 1st, 1906
between the hours cf 2 and 4 o'clock
p. m. The places of holding such
caucuses in the various wards and pre-
cincts will be as follows:
Dent 1.—Mt. Hope school house.
Dent 2.—At usual voting place.
Earlboro 1.—Canadian school house.
Earlboro 2.—At town of Earlboro.
Forest 1.—Mlnton school house.
Forest 2.—lakeview school house.
Forest 3.—Tom Alford school house.
Shawnee 4.—Matahy's paint shop on
W. Seventh street
Shawnee 5.—Richardson & Son s
store. Tenth and Tucker streets
Tecumseh 1.—Residence of G. A
Tecumseh 2.—Dr. Caldwell's build
Tecumseh 3.—Saxon building.
Tecumseh 4.—Republican office.
R. E. TIMMONS. Chairman.
W. E. JOHNSON, Secretary.
Crescent LaKe ParK
(Formerly Murphy's Lake) One mi e east of town -
stocked with bass by U. S. Fish Commissioner. Boating,
Bathing, Camping and place for PioDio Parties.
GRAPES & SON, Proprietors.
^"bcce is TKHorh for
^ |)ou in California jj
All classes of labor may find steady employment in San Francisco.
Top-notch wages; higher than scale, climate.
Construction work possible at a season when It ceaaes elsewhere.
Invest $25.00 In a railroad ticket. On sale via Santa Fe every
day until October 31, 1906, inclusive.
Illustrated leaflet GEO. P. NELSON, Agent,
showing rate of wages, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry.t
free to those who apply. Shawnee, Okla.
txtt * " i t i rtj a1* ' "
!Wm. H. MYERS
:: CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER :
Residence 901 North Park Street. My References
are Every Man for Whom I Have Done Work in
Shawnee A. A *v -V
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A two months treatment by mail for
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■ OF T HE — ■
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AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING DONE.
IF YOU WAIST
OR ANY KIND OF PRINTING
THE SHAWNEE NEWS
JOB OFFICE IS PREPARED TO DO IT
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