The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 212, Ed. 1 Friday, August 23, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Shawnee News
FRIDAY. AUGUST 21 1907
a Want Ad
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MeNEIL & SMILEY S
G. D. D. EBDCEHIf
Bargain List for
Saturday and Monday
18 pouuds sugar for
Lenox Soap, 7 bars
Picnic Hams, pound
Sugar Cured Bacon, pound
Ginger Snaps. 3 pounds
Fresh Cre mery Butter, pound
Brick Cheese, pound
Imported Swiss CI eese, pound
Fancy Lemons, dozen
Cooking Apples, peck
Watermelons, e ch - -
Cantaloupes, each -
Potatoes, peck -
Grape Juice, quart bottle
Grape Juic, pint bottle
The N*w Winged SfiiOr.
The very b^td brimmed fashion
abl* straw saih>r of the late sunim* •
with trimmings of huge 'ings is du
plicated in the early fall showing in
:>ft French felts bound around the
edge with ribbon in self color, or fin-
ished with a stitched welted edge
The dark felts ar? mor* often trim
med with light colored than dark
wings, and a very attractive com-
bination is that of white and the
same color as the hat which the
wings adorn. The wings ar* posed
!i ihe front of the criwn and
manv cases so arranged that tb*-y
completely cover the front and sides
ani extend out broadly over the front
and side brim Two and even four
pairs of wings are used on a hat. and
the smartest eff^ts are gained when
no other trimming is combined with
hese wings, unless it may be a
c >uple of those large hoaded pins in
serted through the wings as if to hold
them in place.
Oklahoma City. Oltla.. Aug. 23.-^
The Oklahoma County democratic
committee, through its chairman J
D. P. Jennings, is sending out a pos
tal to th« democratic voters of th^
county, which seems to utterly re-
pudiate Mr. Haskell, if one can intel-
ligently interpret its meaning It
says: The democrats of Oklahoma
must ratify the constitution any by
its ratification, say to the w>rki that
the carpet bagger and the coon have
uo place in the politics of this grand
As it is agreed oa ail sides that
Mr Haskell is an ideal sample of the
carpet-bagger, this must mean that
thi> Oklahoma county democratic
committee has determined to do its
best to defeat him at the polls.
In one sense of the word, however
Mr Haskell ought not to be called a
carpet-bagger by Mr. Jennigs. be
cause he really has not settled yet in
U e state to be sure he is registered
berv for the time b?ing and expects
to remain during the campaign but it
ia understood that his real address
is Fayettevilte. Arkansas where be is
educating his children and contrib-
uting towards the revenues of that
In spite of this action of Mr. Jen
nings', the chairman of Uie Oklaho-
ma county democratic committee. It
is said that Mr. Haskell will remain
in the race to the end. no matter
how hard he may be hit. Whether
tb« card sent out by Mr. Jennings
means that Mr. Haskell is simply to
be dropped and the rest of the ticket
voted for or whether democrats are
expected to v>te for Frantz, is not
known but the repudiation of Haskell
himself, is complete and unqualified.
Gat a free sample of Dr. Sboop'a
"Health Cofltea" at our stors. If real
coffee disturbs your Stomach, yoar
' Heart or Kidney a. then try this clerar
Icoffes imitation. Dr. Sfeoop has close-
ly matched Old Java and Mocha Cof-
faa in flavor and taste, yet it has not
a single grain of real Coffes la it
Dr.. Shoop's Health Coffee Imitation
is made from pure toasted grains or
cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc Mads
In a minute. No tedious waft You
will surely like it Sold by C. O. D.
No More Buttons.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug 23 — i
Because even democrats are refusing!
to wear his buttons, C. N. Haskell!
is no longer sending them out from
hi? headquarters. Instead of the bat |
ton bearing the picture of Haskell as
the embodiment of tba constitution
the democratic campaign committee |
has put out a new device. Haskell's
friends advised that Haskell s pic-
tures were! making trouble throughout
the state. To see the button on ths
lapel of a coat made an argument
and arguments are said to be the
very things the Haskellitee are try-
ing to avoid this year.
f ; '
For the Picnic Lunch
(j I | Sugar Wafers
Are very delightful. Because of their delicate
flavor and melting consistency they make a dis-
tinct appeal to the most cultivated taste. Have all
the goodness, without the heavy richness of home-
made pastry. More convenient, too; packed in
compact tins they should be found in every picnic
basket. Satisfying as pastry, dainty as a confection.
Sold by all good dealers
in JO and 25-ctnt tins.
KANSAS CITY. U. S. A
BEGGAR PRINCE OPERA CO.
BENSON PARK THEATER
ONE WEEK, SEPT. 1.
THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN HAS
THE FOLLOWING TO SAY:
Said Pasha," the charming ro-
mantic tale of the hunt of a young
Mexican nobleman for his id*al. and
which leads him first to Turkey
where he searches amidst the Pasha s
harem without result, and then to his
departure with the ruler and his
company to the lands of India. wb*rv
two English sailors of their party are
called upon to cure a beautiful queen
of somnambulism (by the ferocious
Rajah) under penalty of their lives
when th« Pasha, his daughter and the
young nobKman enter and the sight
of the latter breaks the spell, uniting
the two longing hearts—the qaeen
proving to be the tong-kwt child of
the old sailor.
Such a play, entwining as it does
the romantic, the humorous and ev*n
the marvelous, was what sent a con
tfaual thrill of truly esthetic delights
through the large audiences at Del
mar yesterday, matinee and night
It was a superb production, lavishly
costumed and of great credit to The
Beggar Prince Opera company, which
began its second week at the park.
The young nobleman and adventur-
er was. of course, Harry Lea Valle
whose marvekmsly 3weet tenor voice
was well adapted to the role. Lucia
Nola, already o favorite with Delmar
audiences, scored another triumph in
the part of Sirina, daughter of the
Pasha, and who would risk all for
love's sake Miss Nola showed re-
markable efficiency for her character
and was especially good in the vocal
Bryon Bronti, as the stern, but none
too resolute Pasha, easily won o
by the wiles of his child, handled the
Frank Glendon, in a dual role, pro-
vided both with good interpretations,
excelling in the difficult portrayal of
the ferocious and defiant Rajah.
Charles Nickle, the sailor, and Fred
Godding, his idiotic brother, supplied
an abundance of fine comedy, while
Etta Merris essayed the role of the
beautiful queen nicely. Adelaide
Bronti, the ugly daughter of the Ra
jah, took the part well and displayed
no little degree of enjoyment while
doing so. The chorus looked pretty
and worked better than in any of the
Bracing food for steady
Nutritive food for heal-
Strengthening food for
The most nourishing
«/■ moittun and
_ dust proof paekagtt.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
IG. TURK FROM
Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 23—Re-
ports here from various portions of
the proposed new staut indicate that
N. G. Turk, of Checotah, Is making
rapid gains in his race for lieutenant republicans
J. L. Hamon to Aaaist Hunter.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 23.— 'Hat 50c.
I J. L. Hamon of Lawton, former chair-j
I man of the state republican central;
| committee, has tendered his services
lu the present campaign to Chairman
C. E. Hunter and will be assigned
speaking dates throughout the two
territories, immediately following the
Taft reception here. Mr. Hamon is
enthusiastic in the belief that the
will win a magnificent
The most eminent medical scient-
ists are unanimous In the conclusion
teat the generally accepted limitation
of human life is many years below the
attainment possible with the advanced
knowledge of which the race is now
i possessed. The critical period, that
determines Its duration, seems to be
cf the body during this decade can-
j r.ess then being fatal to longevity.
Nature's best helper after 60 is Bee-
j trie Bitters, the scientific tonic ■«<!
lcine that revitalizes every organ ef
the body. Guaranteed by all drag
YOU DON'T HAVE TO
Sometimes when aickntss Is In the family and a physician has
been called in and a prescription written, you have noticed tie
name of some particular druggist printed on the pap*r on which
the doctor writes the prescription.
This does not mean that you are compelled to take your pre-
scription to the druggist wboee name appears on the paper. It is
recognized tbe world over that a patient has the privilege of tak-
ing the prescription to any drug store that he prefers.
The prescription department ia our store is always watched
over by a registered pharmacist; a doctor's prescriptions are al-
ways filled exactly according to the ay be Intended they should
I WITH A
Opposite C ty Hal!
Modern Flats of 6 rooms each—Nos. 14 and 18—East
Tenth Street. Also Modern Rooming House, corner of
Bell and Tenth Street.
Inquire Dr. J. H. Scott, Whittaker Bldg., or Con-
servative Loan and Abstract Company, c rner of Broad-
way and Main.
If you are In need of awn
ings of any kind. For
store fronts, for windows,
business or dwelling, be
bandies al' kinds in the
celebrated Cog Gear Rol-
ler Awning. No chains
to rest or break. They
are the best awnings that
money can boy.
123 NORTH BEARD.
YOU CAN POINT
to the savings bank with pride, es-
pecially If you have an account there
A man with a savings account knows
the great benefits he derives from
having money in the bank.
The Union Savings Bank Is a safe
place to keep your money. It allows
Interest at the rate of 4 per cent per
annum, and is wisely and conserva-
$1.00 8TART8 AN ACCOUNT,
UNION SAVINGS BUNK
COMING EVENT DATES
governor of the proposed slate. The'victory at the forthcoming election.
standing and character of his demo
cratic opponent, George Bellamy of An HOn'" Democrat.c Op.no„ of
El Reno Is thoroughly known in . Haskell.
most pans of the state. ! T e followln* 1. from tb« Edmond
Mr. Turk was born in Missouri and | Enterprtse:
although of democratic parentage, be! 'Mr b s a record of dlrty
espoused the principles ,f republicampaigning. mud throwing, vicious
, , , ! attanl'e on<4 11nnrAvt-n rhaTVM fiCfliltUt
an ism in early youth and has always
been a staunch advocate of his party.
The principal part of his life has
been spent on the ranges of the west
where he has been engaged in stock
raising. He was among the first to
come to the Indian Territory and
fenced off one of the first pastures
on the Cre-ek border near Checotah
where be has lived since March 6,
He has always be>?o prominently
identified with the I. O O. F. having
been successively grand master of
tbe grand lodge and representative
to tbe Sovereign Grand Lodgre of the
He is at preeent. the president
attacks and unproven charges against
his opponents. He has organized
twenty-three (23) corporations in
Muskogee and before coming to this
country was a railroad promoter. He
has fought labor unions and antag
oniied the farmers. He leaves a
trail of broken promises to his
friends and crushes all whom he can
in his efforts to become political boss
His well known dirty and treachery
make him a dangerous man in eith-
er private or pablic life and should
be left at home.
Children In Pain
never cry as do children who are suf
fering from hunger. Such Is the
>t cants of all babies who cry and are
the Board of Trustees for the Odd 'rested for sickness, when they really
Fellows' home 1 are suffering from hunger. This is
For the past four years has be-n caused from their food not being
a member of the republican state: assimilated but devoured by worms
central committee. He Is, at pre* a few dosee of White's Cream Ver
ent. engaged in the real eetate busi-jmifuge will cause them to cease cry
iras at Checotah, be«:des being an log; and begin to thrive at once
extensive farmer in cotton corn and Give it a trial. 9old by all dng
alfalfa. gists •
Aug. 24—Taft at Oklahoma City.
Aug. 27, 28 and 29—Reunion at Te-|
Sept. 1—Benson Park opens up.
Sept. 2—Labor Day celebration at
Sept. 1—Summer Theater opens
with Beggar Prince Opera tympany j
Sept 2—No rural delivery.
Sept. 7—New moon.
Sept. 17—State and county election
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.
Sept 28—Hon. Dennis Flynn will
speak at Tecumseh reunion.
PHONE 112 1 Cor. Okla. & Ninth Streets
Taylor Lumber Company
POD FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL
E. A. Bradfield, Mgr | GIVE US A CA.LL
Endorsed By the County.
"Tie moat popular remedy in Ot e- j
go county, and tbe best friend of By!
family," writes Wm M. Diets, editor j
and publisher of tbe Otsego Journal,
GllbertsrtUe, N. T., "Is Dr. King's
New Dlscorer/. It hss prored to be
an Infallible cure for % concha and
colds, making short work of the worst
of them. We always keep a bottle in
the house. I bellere It to be the most
valuable prescription known for Lung
and Throat diseases." Guaranteed to
never disappoint the taker, by all
druggists. Price 50c and 11.00. Trial
bottle free. *
Elegant Cnrnlahed rooma la a strict
ly modern house. Beat location la the
city. ISO N Market Phoaa ITT.
Your Winter Coal
Best McAlester Lump Coal at Wholesale
Prices Until August 15th, 1907.
Store your coal now. I will buy it back if
Natural Gas is put in.
ROODHOUSE The Coal Man
107 West Main — Phone 800
BINDER & HINZE
Shell Hardware and Household Goods
1-2 gaL Mason jars 75c doz.
1-4 giL Mason jars 65c doz.
Cut prices on gasoline stoves
$10.00 Refrigerators $7.00
506 East Main Street
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 212, Ed. 1 Friday, August 23, 1907, newspaper, August 23, 1907; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc138258/m1/4/: accessed March 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.