The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 208, Ed. 1 Monday, August 19, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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Who will be labor day Quean? NICKLASS, NOMINEE FOR COUN
i TY CLERK.
LOU S. ALLARI), Ownet and Publisher | Don't be a knocker—hide your lit- A. J. Nlcklas, the republican nom-
I tie hammer an l try to speak well of lne. for county clerk of Pottawatomie
News BusincH Office 321
Lou S. Allaid's Residence, 246
Entered as second class mail matter
Shawnee, < klahoma, under the act of
Congress of March 3, 18/9.
<UNlgNTWl LA BE L>
•thera. county, arrived In Shawnee this
— morning from his home at Sacred
Dad, what Is a carpet- Heart. He will open his campaign
! at this point and will spend the week
The bate ball game between
I)ait My non, a carpet-bagger la In th- city before vlaitng the rural Shawnee Rocli Islands and the rail
a republican holding an appointive
office that a democrat wants to hold
Tommy—What 1h a democrat, dad? Union, ami will lie
Dad—A democrat Is a haawasaw during part of the
Nlcklans Is a farmer and a
)f local 2847 of the Farmers'
week at the
He belongs to a party that has not Farmers' convention to start on Tues
done anything for the progress of the j day. Before coming to Sacred Hearl
over nine years ago Nlcklass wus a
FRANK FRANTZ, of Enid.
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
N. G. TURK, of Checotah.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
TV N. ROBNETT, of Ardmore.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
8. H. REID, of El Reno.
FOR STATE TREASURER
MORTIMER F. 8TILLWELL, of Bart-
FOR STATE AUDITOR
J. E. DYCHE, of Lawton.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS
CALVIN BALLARD, of McAlester.
FOR CHIEF MINE INSPECTOR
DAVE HOL8TEAD, of Krebs.
FOR INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
MICHAEL BURKE, of Perry.
FOR LABOR COMMISSIONER
A. D. MURLIN, of Oklahoma City.
FOR STATE EXAMINER AND IN.
J. 8. FISCHER, of Texhoma.
FOR COMMISSIONER CHARITIES
Ml88 HAZEL TOMLIN8ON, of Fred-
FOR CORPORATION COMMISSION
PATRICK J. DORE, of Westville.
JOHN JENSEN, of Terry.
D. A. CRAFTON, of 8hawnee.
FOR JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT
2nd. District—W. B. J0HN80N, of
3rd. District—OOHN COTTERAL, of
4th. District—F. E. GILLETTE,
6th. District—W. W. 8. 8NODDY, of
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT
J. W 8PEAKE, of Chickasha.
REPUBLICAN DISTRICT TIFKET
FOR DISTRICT JUDGE 10TH DIS-
JUDGE J. H. WOODS, of Shawnee
Dad—A haswasser, my son, Is a
person who thinks 1 hv beBt time In
the world Is the past and that the fu-
till*) has but little In stor. .
Tommy—Oh, Dad, that kind of a
fellow Is Boss Haskell.
When in need of lumber get It from
a home concern. Phone 14—The
Home Lumber Co., 121 W. Main. We
haw the quality and price is right
road team from El Reno proved an
easy Inning for the local boys who
defeated th? visitors by the decisive
score of 33 to 1. There were no tea.
tures la the game and the only score
made by the ngKrqgation from El
Reno was due to an *rror at third
bookkeeper for several of the larg^Ht baso on the part of the Shawnee
Drills in Chicago, where he followed team. Of the thirty-three scores, only
his profession for twenty years, until nineteen hits were made, the balance
poor health compelled him to seek agetting their base on halls. Though
new climate. After coming to Sacred (the Bcore was large, the gam- did
Heart the outdoor lifof the farm jttHt over an hour and a half,
attracted him and he since has fol ! whioh was due mostly to the fact that
lowtd that vocation with success ami (|le visitors fannad out nearly every
has made numerous friends In all t|me they came to bat. The showing
parts of the county who recognize his 0f tjje El Reno team was- a complete
sterdy character and ability.
Nlcklass was born in Germany for-
ty years ago, coming to this county
at tho age of tan he received a good
business and college education. Nlck-
lass la a very retiring and modest
man and has never sought public >f-|
flee before. But his friends knowing]
surprise to the fans, as they had been
put In a higher class.
Don't Be Blue
a d lose all Interest when help Is
within reach. Herblne will make
that liver perform It* duties properly
To set the people right on the con
dltlon we copy an editorial from the
Oklahoma Stat,* Labor News, publish __
ed at Oklahoma City, it being the of hi* ability and ritness for the offlce c ' J- B- Vaughn, Elba, Ala.,
county clerk put him In the field and
he Is now out campaigning with a de
termination to win.
FOR STATE SENATORS 13TH DIS-
HENRY L. CLOUD of Lincoln
County, republican member of the
FRANKLIN SPRINGER of Lincoln
County, president of the Farmers'
FOR "FLOTORIAL" REPRESENTA-
TATIVE 13TH DISTRICT
COL. C. J BOCHER of Shawnee
ex-mayor of Shawnee.
flclal organ of thm Oklahoma county
"Considering the qualifications of
the two candidates offered by the re
publican and democratic parties for
governor of the proposed new statp
of Oklahoma, the Labor News is in-
clined to the Arm conviction that
Gov. Frank Frantz should receive the
suffrage of organized labor. Mr
Frantz has conducted a thoroughly
business administration as territorial
governor. He has always taken the
side of organized labor whenever
questions pertaining to our people
have arisen. He has never shirked
a duty and in many of his public acts
has proven conclusively that he is a
friend to the union men. Ills past
record Is sufficient indication that the
confidence of the people will not be
bcl rayed If he Is placed In the guber-
natorial chair for the flr3t term of
Oklahoma state history. On the other
hand Haskell has given many reasons
through his private and public actions
why he should not be honored by an
election as governor of the new
state. His position on public mat-
ters in the constitutional convention
has not been consistent. He was in
strumental in writing a constitution
which would appeal to the organized
laltor classes for the eipress purpose
of obtaining th. > democratic nomina
tlon and then after h« had obtained
the nomination he was again instru-
mental in changing the proposed or
gnnlc code in order that It would
meet with the trusts and combine
Ills dictatorial manner, after having
obtained th nomination. Is, to our
mind sufficient evidence that he
would be a dangerous man in the git
bernatorial chair. In addition to this
the serlouB charge is laid at his door
that he did not come fairly and hon-
estly h- his nomination. Those
the Cruc-> adherents who watched the
former Ohloan'B course are satisfied
that their candidate was literally
robbed of the nomination for gov
eruor. In the light of these things
the Labor News feels that it would
b? unsafe to trust C. N. Haskell In
the gubernatorial chair."
REPUBLICS COM TICKET..
FOH COUNTY JUDGE
D. H. MORGAN, of 8hawnee
FOR CO'NTY ATTORNEY
R08C0E C. ARRINQTON, of Tecum-
FOR DISTRICT CLERK
C. A. 8TAUBER, of Tecumseh.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
A. J. NICKLASS, of Sacred Heart
JOHN JONES, of Shawnee.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
GEO. BOGGS, of McLoud.
ORGANIZED LABOR IS NOT FOR
HASKELL AND HIS FRIENDS.
Democratic newspapers and speak
rs persist in the claim that the or-
ganized labor unions of the territor-
ies are favorable to the democratic
In thll they are much mistaken,
and in fact they know better and
make use of the claim for political
effect, just as with most of the clalmg
made by Haskell and his compan
They claim that the labor party
followers are witti them because of
the embodiment in the original con-
stitution of the famous twenty-four
They don't tell the readers that In
the special session those features
were smashed to smithereens by
Being a constant sufferer from
constipation and a disordered liver,
I have found Herblne to be the best
medicine, for these troubles, on Ike
market. I have used It constantly.
I believed it to be the best medietas
of Its kind, and I wish all suffererf
from these troubles to know tk«
good Herblne has done me." Sold by
all druggists. *
Frantz Says Sure to Win.
Discussing the political situation,
Hon. Dennis T. Flynn said:
"We are In fine shape to win a de-
cided victory, and if an aggressive
campaign Is made there is no doubt
but every republican on the ticket
will be elected, with a good working
majority in the legislature. The time
has arrived for the republicans to
make the campaign of education. The
, SHOULD lit FILED
There s<tmis to be some misun-
derstanding among the candidates
to whom certificates of nomination
must be filed with.
A. O. Archer has looked up this
matter and for the Information of all
candidates, announces the proper
All congressional, ssnsatorial, leg
Islatlve and .iinlictal certificates nnist
be filed with the governor, win is
chairman of the state election board
The certificates must be filed twenty j incompetency shown in the framing
days before election. I0f the constitution would convince
All county «nd township certifi- j any one that the democratic party is
cates of nomination must be filed uot to (ranie the laws for the
with the county clerk in each county'great aow Btate.
not later than fifteen days before thej .-An ,i,ia talk about the territory
election. Porter Spaulding Is county, |wjng democratic is away oft. It is
clerk of Muskogee county.
Each county election commission.
•er furnishes the ballots and all elec-
tion supplies for their county.
On Furniture 20 Per Cent OK
Floor Coverings 10 Per Cent Off
A very large stocK of High Grade Goods to select
from. Sec our slock and gel our priccs
Fleming & Brown.
Next Door to City Hall on North Broadway.
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republican now, as it always will bo
if the party makes no serious mis-
takes. The republican state ticket Is
a winner from top to bottom, and
the counties nominating for office
have so far shown unusual care in
REPUBLICAN SPEAKING DATES
Ralph E. Campbell, chairman of the SP|ect|ng candidates,
speakers' bureau for the republican i wjn
state oentral committee, has an-
nounced the following Itinerary for
Aug. 20 at So. McAlester, to ad-
dress U. C. V,
Aug. 20 (night at Hartshorne, L T
Aug. 21 at Wilburton, I. T.
Aug. 22 at Thomas, Okla.
Out of 20 Kinds th« Best,
"Ship one gross Dr. Mendenhall'*
Chill and Fever Cure. It gives the
best satisfaction of about 20 brands
I carry."—J. R. Hafford, druggist,
Rector, Ark. Children like it. Sold and Throat diseases." Guaranteed to
on a signed guaranty by Shawnee | never disappoint the taker, by all
Drug store. * i druggists. Price 60c and $1.00. Trial
i bottle free. *
Endorsed By the Gojnty.
"The most popular remedy in Otse-
go county, and the best friend of my
family," writes Win M. Dietz, editor
and publisher of the Otsego Journal,
Gilbertsville, N. Y., "is Dr. King's
New Discover/. It has proved to be
an infallible cure for coughs and
colds, making short work of the worst
of them. We always keep a bottle In
the house. I believe It to be the most
valuable prescription known for Lung
COMING JEVEST DATES
Aug. 20—Republican township con-
ventions at city hall, Shawnee.
Aug. 21—Farmers' Institute in
Aug. 20-21—Sunday School conven-
Aug. 24—Taft at Oklahoma City.
Aug. 27, 28 and 29—Reunion at Te-
Sept. A—Benson Park opens up.
Sept. 1—Labor Day celebration at
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS
CHAS. C. CHAPELL, of Asher.
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
TH08. ALFRD, of Shawnee.
SUPT. PUBLIC SCHOOLS
MISS ELIZABETH GERHARDT
MEMBER OF LEGISLATURE
JOHN S. SEIKEE, of McLoud.
8. S. EDMUNDSON, of 8hawnee.
N. P. WILLIS, of Trousdale
A large crowd of excusioniats from
Shawnee and. the towns east on the
Rock Island attended the base ball
game between Oklahoma City and
Hutchison on Sunday which result id
ill a victory for the Oklahoma City
team by a scqp-e of two to one. On
Sept. 1—Summer Theater opens the return tr|p 0f the excursion train,
with Beggar Prince Opera company 1 tlu> carg were crowded and many peo-
Sept. 2—No rural delivery. | pcompelled to stand up. Not
Sept. 7—New moon. 'only were poor cars furnished but
Sept. 17-—State and county election I they were lighted with candles, many
Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 19.—
"C. N, Haskell, guest of a Musko-
gee hotel, formerly of Cal Britw fame
in Ohio, will not meet W. D. Card-
well, who has also announced for gov-
ernor, in Joint debate. He dare not
Ha seeks to evade the issue thrust
up to him by one of the men who
supported Lee Cruce before the late
democratic primaries and whom
contemptuously called an ex-convict."
This was the statement of a prom-
inent Cruce democrat yesterday. Con
tinning, he said:
"Afraid to make a statement him-
self he climbs in behind Carpetbagger
Joe Thompson, chairman of the Has
kellite committee. He Is well aware
and ai out to 'hat Card well is fully familiar with
1 his miserable record back in Ohio,
when he was robbing poor farmers
and laborers of money earned by the
sweat of their brow. He is afarid
Cardwell may tell the people of Okla
homa something of the suffering he
aused to Innocent women and chil.
dren back in Ohio, because of his
failure to pay men who had worked
for him. He is afaraid Cardwell
alght ask him about the trunk full
I unredeemed pay checks now held
by a certain gentleman of Muskogee,
which represents countless tears shed
by poor women and children whose
husbands and fathers were the vic-
tims of his railroad promoting
schemes. He fears that Caldwell
might inquire how he could pretend
to write a constitution aimed at the
trusts and corporations, when he
himself, is the organizer and promot-
«r of and principal stockholder in
twenty-three of these concerns. There
are many other things in his record
which he fears Cardwell might in-
quire into and therefore he will have
none of joint debates. He made a
bluff on the Joint debate proposition
with Lee Cruce, and Just recently
tried to ring in Governor Frantz on a
similar "stunt" but we all know the
slippery gentleman from Fayette
vtlle, Arkansas and Cal Briceism."
THE EILER-GRAND HOTEL
Just Newly Furnished up-to-date With
AH Modern Convenience at
303 East Main St.
Telephone No. 1095.
i THE SHAWNEE NEWS!
GIRL WANTED—At Boaster Cigar
Factory, No. 209 N. Broadway, as to.
bacco stemmer. experience unneces-
WANTED—To sell first class
course in "Advertising Instruction."
Your own price if taken quick. A. H.
K. Store Dept., R. I. Shops. 16-3t
WANTED—To rent by Sept. 1st, a
six or seven room modern residence.
Address W. B„ care of News. 14-6t
WANTED TO LEASE—A modern 6
or 8 room house by October 1st. Ad-
ress C. M. P., care of News. 26-tf
STRAYED OR STOLEN—One sor-
voi mare, 12 years old, weighs about
1100. Liberal reward for informa-
tion. Home Lumber Co., 121 West
Main, phone 14 or 408. 17-tf
STRAYED—One Jersey bull, a re-
ward of $5.00 for return of sam?. J.
G. Harris, Shawnee P. O. 15-3t
LOST—One gold filled opened face
18 size watch. Works No. 5,636,104
and case 60,875. It was taken from
my offlce at 119 N. Broadway while
I was moving on the morning of July
29th at 9:30 o'clock. The party who
took It is known and unless it Is re.
turned promptly he will be exposed,
otherwise upon its return there will
be no questions asked. W. J. Riggs,
119 N. Broadway. Sl-tf
STRAYED—One sorrel horse. Left
hind foot white; brand H B on left
shoulder and branded C on the left
Jaw. Call 1009 or E. A. Bourman,
St awnee. 19-3*
WANTED—At Once—A young boy
to do collecting all over the city. Ap-
ply at once at The News office. 26-tf
OPINIONS OF THE OKLAHOMA
RELATIVE TO C. N. HASKELL.
He Is a rank demagogue.
He Is a political protegee of Cal
Brlce. the Wall Street man who
bough' ilia way into the IHi'.'l
.States senate from Ohio.
He is a railroad promoter and at-
He was uot elected to the constitu-
tional convention as a democrat.
He is persona non grata with or-
It la charged that he is a profes-
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS sional Judgment dodger
First District. Stephen D. Heal, of. He fought Joint statehood for Okla-
Shanee; Second District, J. M. King, homa and Indian Territory to the last
of Maud: Third District. Michael ditch.
Medlinger, of Sacred Heart. ' He will be beaten at the polls.
of. the new state of Oklahoma.
Sept. 19—Republican ward primar-
ies for the purpose of electing ward
delegates for township conventions.
• Sept. 23—The moon.
Sept. 24—Autumn begins.
>. ♦!■> I I I I
VOTERS MUST REGISTER.
IT IS THE DUTY OF EVERY
CITIZEN TO REGISTER A3
EARLY AS POSSIBLE THAT
A FULL REGISTRATION OF
VOTERS MAY BE HAD.
of waich went out before the train
had started many miles, leaving the
cars in darknass. On top of this
there were a number of boisterous
spirits who started fights at different
times and when the train reached
Shawnee, two who were intoxicated
were left and were locked up by the
Can't you eat, sleep or work? Bad
liver? Holllstsr's Rocky Mountain
Tea toner your liver, restores
strength and health; cures when oth-
ers fall. Give it a trial. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. For sal) by Shaw-
nee Drug store.
Children In Pain
never cry as do children who ar« «irf-
fering from hnnger. Such la the
cavse of all babies who cry and ara
treated for sickness, when they really
are suffering from hunger. This la
caused from their food not belag
assimilated hut devoured by worma
A few doses of White's Cream Tor
mlfuge will cause them to cease cry-
ing and begin to thrlva at oace
Give it a trial. Sold by all drag
FOR RENT—Park Hotel—On North
Beard street. Furniture is new and
for sale cheap. Call at Hotel or M. E,
Collier. Phone 776. 1-tf
FOR SALE—A nine room house
close in; fine for private residence,
rooming house or boarding house.
Must sell at once. Time on part. R
L. Phelps, 227 North Bell. 16-6t
FOR SALE—A horse and to seat-
ed buggy and household goods. Ap-
ply 408 N. Tucker. 16-6t
FOR SALE—Old newspapers 6c per
bundle at The News offlce.
FOR RENT—Fine large store room,
one of the beat in city, good location;
terms very reasonable. Address C.,
care News. 26-tf
WANTED TO RENT—A Ave room
modern cottage. Close in. Address
P. O. Box 327. 18-tf
Why Fret and Worry
when your child has a .severe cold?
Yon need not fear pneumonia or other
pulmonary diseases. Keep supplied
with Ballard's Horehound Syrup—
a positive cure for Colda, Coughs,
Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
Mrs. Hall, of 81oux Falls, 8. D.,
writes: "I have used your wonder-
ful Ballard's Horehound Syixp, on
my children for five years. Ii' re-
sults have been wonderful." Sold by
Costly Fire at El Reno.
Fire Chief Brown was advised
Sunday that a large fire had oc-
red at El Reno burning a livery sta-
ble and seventeen horses. Later ad
vises reported that two smaller build
Ings In the vicinity were also burn
FOR SALE—50x140 lot near Jeffar
son school building on North Louisa
A big bargain, If sold this week $20,
and $10 per month. Address M., care
of News. 29-tf
Jurors In all cases do not agree,
And in the same light things will not
Of the matter in hand they take dif-
And conviction by argument often re.
But this city's people are of one mind,
I:i believing that Meek's is the best
place to find
Groceries high grade and meats that
The finest of eatables, right in the
n/ieeks & Co, Market
GROCERIES AND MEAT8,
Kodol for Indigestion and D/spe -
sla is a preparation of vegetable acid*
and contains the same Juices found tn
a healthy stomach. It digests what
yon eat. SoM by C R. Haryman. •
FURNITURE FOR SALE—All
part of furniture In house, corner of
Highland and Douglas is for sale,
Call and see furniture and get prices.
Mrs. E. G. Phelps. 7-tf
FOR SALE—$60 drop head Singer
sewing machine, with attachments, li
perfect condition. Will sell for $30
if taken at once. Address Singf r,
care Shawnee News. 5-tf
FOR SALE—A ladles' bicycle, $6.00
Apply at News offlce. 30-tf
LET THE NEWS FOLLOW YOU
Residents of 8hawnee who
ars leaving ths city should
not fail to havs Ths News
follow them. In thla way
only can thsy ke^p Informed
about affairs In ths city.
Addresses may lis changed
as often ss desired and ths
paper will come promptly to
any part of ths country.
Send order to The News.
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