The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1907 Page: 4 of 6
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THE SHAWNEE NEWS
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1907.
THE NEWS 40c A MONTH.
and CURE THE LUNC8
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OUGHS and BOe *$1.00
^|0LD8 Fr«« Trill.
iorett *nd Quickest Cure for *11
(HBOAT and LUNG TROUB
j Ul, or MONEY BACK. _
80 acres, om mile south of Neal
■nap for 12,260 if sold at once.
One good business house, Bast Main
■treet, for lease.
851 N. Market street, 5 room house
Model rooming house, So. Union
good business property, price $1,800.
34 beautiful high resident lots, will
setl the entire 34 lots for 1,700, great
chance for some one.
75 foot corner, 700 block N. Beard
•treet, price 81,600.
! have some choice North Broadway
lots at right figures
200 feet by 140 on car line, vacant
Will tell for $2DO.
NO. 12 WEST MAIN.
In Wyant Addition
AT END OF CAR LINE.
NORTH BROADWAY, SHAWNEE.
One house, nine roomB, modern, 15
One house, five rooms, and five acres
well Improved, $1,700.
200 lots will be sold in half blocks
$60 per lot
54 loU Joining Rose Garden addition
on the east, sold in halt ulocks, $50 per
Eight 5 acre blocks, 1-4 nile from
car line, $1,000 each.
Easy payment. <>ow Interest
80 acres In Grant county, Kansas
clear, to trade for $000 worth of Shaw
Offlce on WyantM addition, one block
cast of end of car line.
■M HIIII«lliaHllJI!l!llI!l:!lllli:l!!nHtlil! r"l!'t: I
General BualnaM. Three Line* 8
Times 2Bc, Payable In Advance.
nicely furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, on first floor, all con-
veniences. 20 East Tenth. Mrs. M
A. Hayes. 9-3t
FOR RENT—4 room house, wel'.
To proT* uiiquettlonably. and b«y on <5 any doobl
(SkUrrh of the nnee and throat can tw cured
funiUhing w t1enU through druggletf. ijttl
■table, orchard, garden, etc., excellent gg
chicken ranch, edge of town, $10. Dr.
Larking, 122 3-2 N. Broadway. 9-3t —• — " *•-«
olauj article of real, genuine merit. But thai
mmt powes® tru« merit, else the teat will
rather then adranoe It. Dr. 8hoop
unfurnished (Marrh (Sir* is a mow whit*, healing' antiaapift
halm, put up In beautiful nickel capped glass Jan
uld furnish ^ aoc. 8uch toothing agents an Oil Eucalyptus,
rooms downstairs, or would iuraisu .j goc. Bach mnthinf agents as uu Kunirptv
Thymol Menthol, etc . are Incorporated Into •
for 'light housekeeping to suitable 'ot'Mn like Prtrolatum, imported by Dr.
party. Gas. Private family. Ad g ">
dress C. News offlce. Ml
— i ■ — Qoating. belching, biliousness, bed taste, eso.
FOR RENT—A good store room on ifrSnSlnoMurf
North Broadway. Apply at Geo. Graff': «* « noUilni .1-, how.y«, nwd be u d b«
City Meat Market. *-tf I
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
front rooms, second floor, over News
offlce, corner Main and Philadelphlp. I
FOR RENT—A nicely furnished
room, all conveniences, 544 North
Douglas. Phone 31. 8-tf
Special Attention Given to
Ladies' Pine Apparel.
402 E. Main Phone 107
■ a n m m m !T' iri mi " i-p-i-S
It la clean. Give tbo old man
a trial at the
Bon Ton Bakery
Telephone 3(4 213 E. Main
Begin the New Tear Right
a L. NESBITT,
NO. t WEST MAIN ST.
M. SHAFFER, Prep.
4% West Main
MATTINQLY A MOORE
WHISKIES OUR LOADERS
Other Liquor* 1a Proportion.
FOR SALB— Span of young mules,
also want to buy good farm horse
Apply 502 N. Union. Mrs. M. E. Butts.
FARM FOR SALE-Eighty acres
close to city cheap. Five years on
twelve hundred dollars at seven per
cent. Address Box 104 or call at 220
Nortb Beard street, Shawnee. Ill in
FOR SALE—On easy terrna, a farm
to the right jparty, or will trade for
town property. Conservative Loan &
Abstract Co. 18-30t
rOR 8AU2—Hard coal stove, Gold
OciiL Burns semi anthracite coal tire.
Qsll J. M. Woods Harness shop, North
WANTED—A lady t«> do general
housework in small famiiy. Address
Mrs. K., care of Shawnee News. 10-tf
WANTED—An experienced young
man stenographer, to do corre&pond-
ence and billing work. Apply quick
Bell-Wayland Co. 9-6t
WANTED—A man with family to
work on my farm; alao a man to
work by the month. Apply to Dr
Wlngfleld, 217 North Broadway
Phone 665. 9-3t
FORECAST OF THE WEEK
The annual motor car show of the
Association of Licensed Automobile
Manufacturers will open at Madison
Square Garden In New York and will
last the following week. It is export-
ed to be the greatest exhibition of^ue
kind ever seen in this country.
Bids will be opened at the offlce of
the Panama Canal commission for the
construction of the isthmian canal.
Foreigners are barred from bidding
and the contract will be awarded to an
Waco. Texas. Jan. 11—The hitter Amerlcan corporation.
fight for and against :he return )f
Senator Halley, which iiaa been waged
in McLennan county for many weeks
will be decided tomorrow by a special
primary ordered by the democratic
county executive committee. The tick-
ets will read "For Bailey" and
"Against Bailey" and the issue will
be put fairly and squarely before the
democratic voters. Friends of the
senator are confident that the primary
will result in a vindication, despite the
fact that Waco is one of the strong-
holds of the opposition. The action of
the Travis county vote/s in refusing
to indorse Bailey at the primary last
Saturday has renewed the enthusiasm
of the Waco antl-Balley forces, and
the fight is being carried on with vig-
or. Every effort will be made to
poll a large vote at tomorrow's pri-
mary. and it Is believed that the re-
sult will have a profound effect upon
Bailey's chances. The legality of the
primary Is questioned by several at-
torneys and It is possible that tho mat-
ter will be tested in the courts.
The Waco primary will mark the
beginning of the end of the long fight
in Shawnee News, aga|nst the return of the senior sen-
January 8, 1900.) lator of the Lone Star state. The el-
Notice of Firat Meeting ot Creditor..1,^ wl|) p]ace January on
In the District Court of United States^ n whf,n (he 8tale Uglslature wlll
for the Third Judicial District of )baU(jt on R rn|ted s,atefi sen(ltor The
Texas house numbers 132 members
Oklahoma, County of Pottawatomie
In the matter of W. H. Freeman, bank
In Bankruptcy No. 91.
To the creditors of W. H< Freeman.
of Shawnee, in the County of Potta-'
watomle, and district aforesaid, oJwag generally admitted and the oppo-
bankrupt. Isitlon was apaprently waging a losing
Notice Is hereby given that on the battle. Now Bailey's enemies have
5th day of January, A. D. 1907, the1
said W. H. Freeman was duly adjudi-
cated bankrupt; and that the first
a meeting of representatives of the
leading colleges and universities of the
Missouri valley will be held In Kansas
City for the purpose of forming a new
Darkey Haley, the English bantam-
weight, will tight six rounds wltfi Tom.
my O'Toole at Philadelphia.
No Opium in Chamberlain's
There is not the least danger in giv-
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
small children, as it contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It has an es-
tablished reputation of more than 30
years as the most sucessful medicine
in use for colds, croup, and whooping
cough. It always cures and Is pleas-
ant to take. Children like it Sold
by Owl Drug Store, C. R. Ha'ryman,
F. A. Reynolds & Son.
D. O. S. Levy, who was arrested
some time ago for forging a check at
the Norwood, and at the time asked
for his preliminary hearing to be post
poned until'the 10th inst., was found
to be Insane when his case was called
and the senate 31, making 82 votes
necessary to elect. Senator Bailey
claims to have 23 members of the
senate and 83 members of the house
pledged in his behalf. Prior to the.
_ . . I,- before Judge Reasor Thursday. Dur
Travis county primary his re-election .
ing the time of his commitment and
the hearing it developed that he be-
came insane and was seat to Norman
by the sanity board. County Attor-
ney Freeling, however, did not dis-
miss the case, but ordered it indefin-
itely postponed until such time as
Levy will recover, as it is expected he
bankrupt, and transact such other
business as may properly come before
F. S. GOODRICH,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Oklahoma City, Jan. 7, 1907.
WANTED—A girl as chambermaid.
Apply over News.
WANTED—An experienced woman
to take charge of house. Apply at News
CASH REGISTER WANTED—A d-
draas Merchant, care .News, with price
wd particulars. 10-tf
by middle a*?ed lady. Address I. N.
M., care of Shawnee Newja. 8-tf
LOST—A white and liver colored
pointer bitch, rather odd looking, did
have a collar around neck. $5 ra-
ward for the dog or any information
that will lead to recovery of same
Bon Ton Grocery. 7-5td-ltw
To Brew the
the brewer must first hare,
make or buy perfect Malt,for
malt ie the soul of the beer.
Four-day mal t can not make
perfe ct beer such as
because four-day malt is a
forced and unnatural process
ami beer made from four-)
dap mult laeki the nutri-
tious food elements which
distinguish Pabst Beer. ^
Pabst exclusive eight-day
malt, the choicest hops, pure
water aiul a process spotless-1
lyclean ore the sec ret of the
rich food value and the fine
mellow flavor of Pabst Blue
Ribbon Beer. >
again taken heart, and declare that
they will win their fight.
The charges against Bailey are
meetlnc of hl creditors will he held baged Qn |he fac, that ,lurlng the las(
at the office of S. A. Sheldon, in Sha*-; s(xteen years the senator has received
nee, Oklahoma, on the 17th day of[from „ c)ay, plerce of |he Waters- wnl'
January, A. D. 1907, at 10 o cloclc 11, p)erc,, oil company, an auxiliary of
the forenoon, at which time the said ^ gtnnciard, numerous sums of mon-
creditors may attend, prove their aggrogaUt,B j15,0oo. It is also
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the IlIlegC(1 that lt ls nlainly duc t0 lhe
fforts of Senator Bailey that the
Waters-Pierce Oil company has been
allowed to transact business in Texas
after having been oust?d for viola-
ting the state anti-trust laws. Sen-
ator Bailey declares that all the money
he has received from Mr. Pierce were
personal loans and that every cent has
been returned. The Texas attorney
general has In his possession records
purporting to show that the money
advanced to Bailey was charged up
to legal expenses by the Standard Oil
company. The senator brands these
records as forgeries.
One of the peculiar features of the
fight has been that no attempt has
been made by the opposition to unite
on an active candidate to run agalnsi
Bailey. The senior senator has him-
self been the sole Issue and the voters
at all the primaries have been call-
ed upon to vote for him or against him.
The popularity of Senator Bailey
among the people of Texas was at
tested at the last democratic primary
at which candidates for state offices
wer put in nomination. Within 2,000
of the total number of vctes cast for
all candidates for governor were reg
istered for Bailey, despite the fact that
there was no opposition. It Is the
verdict of this primary, binding upon
the members of the legislature, thst
the antl-Balley forces are attempting
to set aside.
Senator Bailey's recoi l In the nat-
ional congress, both as a representa
tive and senator, has been an envia-
ble one. No member of the senate
has been more active In pushing meas-
ures for the public weal. He was
one of the leaders in'the fight for the
railroad rate bill. He was instrumen-
tal in securing restrictions on the
issuing of injunctions by the courts.
He fought the attempt of the coal
magnates to secure a monopoly of the
southwestern coal fields. Not only
Texas, but the entire country, long
looked upon Bailey as one of the chief
bulwarks of the common people
against the money lords who have
If your horse is lame or Interfering,
he can be cured and corrected.
JOCKEY SHOEING 8HOP,
Corner Seventh and Union.
Mothers who give their children
Kennedy's Laxative (containing) Hon
ey and Tar invariably indorse It. Chll
dren like it because the taste is pleas-
ant. It is t.he Original Laxative Cough
Syrup and Is unrivalled for the relief
of croup. Gets at the trouble and
drives the cold out through the bowels
Conforms to the National Pure Food
and Drug Law. Sold by J. E. Cock-
Up for Killing Negro.
Wade Johnson, who killed Willis
Jackson, both colored, at Econtusca,
over two weeks ago, was arraigned In
Judge Reasor'a court Thursday, bu^
the hearing was postponed until the
15th inst. Johnson wis committed
to the county jail at Tecumseh with-
out bond. He was recently brought
here from Oklahoma City, where he
Some more bargains.
C room house, 130 ft. front lot. Price
(1,800, or will trade for a smaller res-
3 room house, 50 ft front lot, close
n, tor a short time only $5G0.
80 acres Improved farm to trade for
ome In Shawnee.
1C0 acres of bottom land, well lm-
roved, one mile from town, 120 acres
n cultivation, gocB at a bargain for a
Choice lot. In all parts of the city
which are soon to double In value.
Get our prices on farm and city
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSUR
206 E. Main. Phone Bervants in the senate. Every
loyal Texas democrat feit the charges
•against Bailey keenly, as a personal
affront. Many have never wavered
In their allegiance an instant. Others
have been less loyal, and another pop-
ular Idol may soon be shattered by the
breath of their suspicion
House of Lords
Corner of Main and
Fine Wines, Liquors
John Garrett, Prop
Clear up the complexion, cleanse the
liver and tone the system. You can
best do this by a dose or two of De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Safe, re-
liable little pills with a reputation
The pills that everyone knows. Rec
ommended by J. E. Cockrell.
Await Action of Grand Jury,
The case of William Jones and Leo
Dunkirk, who are charged with break
ing Into a caboose on the C. R. I.
P. Ry. and attempting to appropriate
the personal property of Passenger
Brakeman J. A. Green, was up yes
terday before Judge Reaaor, and they
waived their prelibinary hearing. They
were unable to furnish bonds in the
sum of $500 each and W3re sent to the
Tecumseh jail to await the action of
the grand jury. Their attorneys are
Carter and Morgan.
To stop a cold with "Prevcntlcs"
safer than to let it run and cure lt af-
terwards. Taken at the "sneeze stage'
Proventlcs will head off all colds and
grippe, and perhaps savo you from
pneumonia or bronchitis. Preventlcs
are little toothsome candy cold cure
tablets, selling In 5 cent and 25 cent
boxes. If you gxe chilly, If you begin
to sneeze, try Proventlcs. They will
surely check the cold, and please you
Sold by Wallace Mann.
Doctors Meet Saturday.
The annual meeting of the Potta
watomle County Medical society wi
be held Saturday afternoon and even-
ing in the I. O. O. F. hall In the Lowe
Hebble building (3rd floor) on Broad
way. The president, D. J. H. Scott
will deliver his annual address, and
interesting papers will be presented.
Election of officers will be held at the
afternoon session, and a banquet wili
. follow the night session. Physicians
"They like the taste as well as map
le sugar" Is what one mother wrote
of Kennedy's Laxative (containing
Honey and Tar. This modern cough
syrup ls absolutely free from any op-
late or narcotic, and docs not stupefy
or constipate. Conforms to the Nat
ional Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold from all over the county will be in at
by J. E. Cockrell. • tendance.
THAT WE WISH YOU THE VERY BEST OF SUCCESS DURING
THE NEW YEAR
We Thank You
THRICE THANK YOU FOR .'OUR PATRONAGE DURING THE
WE HOPE TO HAVE IT 1URING THE NEW YEAR.
Whenever you need drugs you need the best You take chances
when you hunt for bargains In drugs. Good, pure drugs cannot
be bought for less than we ask and the seller make profit enough
Just bring your prescriptions or any other need for drugs to us.
You* will certainly get the purest drugs at the lowest prices it lb
compatible to sell them at.
SHAWNEE DRUG COMPANY
ESTES TIN SHOP
Skylights, Metal Celling, Cornice and Sheet Metal Work, Hot Air PurniOM
All Kiids Tanks.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FREE.
Terms Cash 223 E. Main, Tel S4!
And Short Order
I 1 1 East
Leo C. Koestler, Prop
WOOD &, SON
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and embalmers having had 14 year*' eiperleao* la
the undertaking business, we wlll make lt our aim to give yon our inn^pl
and careful Bervlces. Exclusive Undertaking. Agents (or Cement Bortal
Phone 1061. No. 118 N. Bell sl Shawnee, (
Coah Wood and Feed
—For a' Square Deal, Phone 85—
The Old Reliable Shawnee Supply Co.
For McAlester lump and nut. Wilburton, Henryetta, Bryor Creek
and Arkansas lump coal; PenMylvanla and Arkansas hard coal, also
dry stove wood and leads. Wall screened, full weights, sad prompt
E. M. Arnold & Son, Props.
129 S. Bell 8t.
HAVING PURCHASED THE LUMBER 8TOCK RECENTLY MAN.
i AQED BY E. A. ROGERS WE RE8PECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE
OF YOUR PATRONAGE.
Hoch & Grigsby
LUMBER, LIME CEMENT AND PAINT.
Offlce and yards Bell and Seven h Streets. Telephone No.
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