The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 65, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 4, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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A WAN f AO IN THE NEWS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1908.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
50c on the $1.00
returning home stop That Cold
Wapanucka, ofela., Jan . 4.—Ah
■result of a juarrel which started at a
dance, Alex Davis, 19 years old, ols
dead and George Music, 20 years old
is held by officers of Coal ocunty.
The shooting occurred while the
young men were on their way home
from a dance near Bryne, Okla.
Music and Davis, together with sev
eral young friends met on horseback
in the Toad, it is claimed and decided
to settle their quarrel with a fight-
As they were alighting from their
defense decided dpon
Insanity Will Re the Plea That
Will Be Offered
BY ATTORNEYS OF THAW.
la Much New Testimony It Will Br
Purpose of Martin Littleton and Hit
Anociatfi to Prove Client Irrek^onai*
ble at Time of Tragedy.
New York, Jan. 4.—At a conference
#f attorneys who will represent Harry
K. Thaw In his second trial it is said
that a final decision was reached that
the only defense to be introduced
would be that Thaw was insane when
Stanford White was killed. It will be
contended however, that Thaw Is nlw
sane. Those in conference were Mar
tin W. Littleton, Daniel O'Rielly and
A. Russell Peabody.
The defense, It is said, will offer
new testimony. There will be a scor«'
of eye-witnesses to the shooting of
White, who have not testified before,
and all will testify that in their opin-
ion Thaw was crazed on the night of
the murder. Mr. Littleton has a list
of talesmen who have been summoned
to appear Monday, Tuesday tend Wed-
nesday In the criminal branch of the
supreme court and detectives are In-
vestigating the record of each.
There are signs that the second trial
will attract much less attention than
the first did. Applications from out-of
town newspaper representatives and
press bureaus for seating accommoda-
tions are noticeably fewer. The space
In the courtroom available for cores-
pondents and spectators will be some-
what less than last year, but It will
be ample when the idly curious have
been barred out.
Unless new witnesses open a new
line of Inquiry, the testimony, it is ex-
pected, will be largely a repetition of
the testinKmy in the first trial. Dls<
trict Attorney Jerome, who will again
be the chief prosecutor with Assistant
District Attorney Oarvan as his aid.
said that the trial would surely be-
gin before Justice Dowling Monday
morning, as set some time ago.
THE NEW8—40c PER MONTH.
To cheek early eolda of Grip pa with "frerentles*
meant run defeat for Pneumonia. To stop a cold .
with Pr«TenUee la safer than to tot It ran and ha j
©billed to cure it afterward*. To ha sua, Pra- |
renilea will cora even a deeply seated cold, hot
taken early—at the sneece staca-they break, or
head of! theee early eolda. That's sorely better.
That's wh? they are called Preveatlea.
Preventice are little Candy Cold Ovee. Ho Qala-
tne. qo phyale. no thine slekealnj. Mice far the
ahlldreo—and thoroughly aafe too. II yoa feel
ahlllj. If yen aieeea. II yoa aehe all over, think at
prerentics. Promptness may also sate half yaar
anal sickness. And doat lartet yonr ehfld. II
thereto leveiUhaaea. nlfhtor day. Herela prafe
ably Ilea Prerenttos' creata* efBeleaey. told la
horses Music it is alleged, shot and •• boxeefrr the poaket. also in e boxes ol a
killed young Davis. '
ONE DAY ONLY, SATURDAY JAN.
We have just received from the
publishers the very latest hits of all
kinds which will be placed on sale
Saturday January 4th. at five copies
for one doller, your own selection
and with every dollar purchase you
get a beautiful maTch free at cost.
JJo cullfl or shop worn music. Don't
miss it. One day only. IIIVELY
MUSIC COMPANY, 122 N. Dell st.
The Southwestern Tea &. Coffee
Co. is now located at their new stand
207 East Main street. Fresh stock
of goods and prompt delivery. Phone
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
(First Published in Shawnee News,
January 3, 1907.)
In the District Cc.urt of the United
States, for the Western District,
State of Oklahoma.
In the Matter of Joseph Stern, Bank-
To the creditors of Joseph Stern, of
McAlester and Maud, Okla., and dis-
trict aforesaid, a bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that the trus-
tee is said cause has filed his appli-
cation to sell the assets of said bank
rupt and that <vn the 14th day of Jan-
uary, 1908, at 2 o'clock p. m.f there
will be a meeting of the creditors of
the said bankrupt at the law offices of
J. M. Van Winkle, referee in bank
ruptcy, in the city of Shawnee, said
district for purpose of hearing and
considering application of said trustee
to sell following described property.
A stock of tailoring goods and gents
furnishing goods invoicing $1,500, sit-
uated at Maud, Okla., and a stock of
tailoring goods and gents furnishing
goods invoicing $2,800, situated at Mc-
Alester, Okla., and if objection to said
sale is not made you are hereby not-
ified that an order of the Referee
will then be made that said trustee
proceed to sell the aforesaid stock of
goods at McAlester at public auction
on the 15th day of January, 1908. at
1 o'clock p. m., to the highest and
best bidder for cash, and the trustee
will be further ordered to sell the
stock of goods at Maud, Okla., at pub
lie auction on the 16th day of Janu
ary, 1908, at 1 o'clock p. m., to the
highest and best bidder for cash.
Done this 3rd day January, 1908.
J. M. VAN WINKLE.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Peculiar Relationship of the Interested
Parties In a Marriage.
Waterloo, la., Jan. 4.—A most pecu-
liar marriage took place here when a
husband and wife attended the wed-
ding of their son and daughter, both
under age. The contracting parties
were Arthur Goettel, aged nineteen,
and Nettie Delaney, aged sixteen. The
groom Is a son of S. Goettel by a
former marriage and the bride Is the
legally adopted daughter of Mrs. Goet-
tel No. 2. The elder Goettels were
married eight years ago and the bride
and groom were thrown in each other's
company until friendship ripened into
love that culminated in marriage. In
securing a license, husband and wife
were required to give consent to both
parties for marriage, the only instance
on record here.
of living la to have good health. Use
— —— Herblno and you will have bushels
Have Lively Fight, Both Being of Joy. You need not be blue, fretful
Covered With Mud. ttnd have that bad taste ' y°«r
Paris. Jan. 4-Count Bonl d« Cm- ™°"t.h- Try a, bot!1le„of Herblne a
. _ positive cure for all liver complaints,
tellane and Prince Helle de Sagan E Harre„ Austin Texas, writes,
who, on several occasions, was report- ),ave \1SC(1 Herblne for over a
ed to be engaged to Mme. Gould, had year, and find It a fiue regulator. I
a personal encounter ThuiWay at the gladly Teoommend it as a fine medi-
Church of St. Pierre de Chalilot while cln« for Dypsepsla." Sold by all drug-
a service to the memory of Lady Stan- K's*s-
ley Harrington, a relative of both man.
who died lately in England, was in Notice.
progress. Beginning Inside the church, All registered school warants ou
where Count Ron! says the prince in- senral fund ure payable up to and in-
sulted both him and the sacred edifice, eluding registered number 1624. In-
the encounter was resumed at the terest ceases on said warrants nftei
doorway, where Count Boni, followed this date. Present at State National
by his brother, Count eJan de Cartel* Bank.
lane, overtook the Prince. Count Bonl Dated this 9th day of December,
spat in his cousin's face. Then came 1097.
the clash of canes, followed by a rough 9-tf W. O. DICKSON. Treas,
and tumble fight on the pavement.
which ended In the gutter, where the
men were finally separated by a big
butcher. Count Bonl, at the moment
of intervention, was holding down the
well nigh Insensible prince, while
eJan, according to eye-witnesses, was
administering to him a severe kick-
When the police arrived the butcher
was holding the two principals In the
fight, who were covered with mud.
The prince was bleeding profusely
from a wound in the right temple,
where he had been hit by Count Bonl's
heavy stick. With the butcher's hand
on his collar, Bonl was haranguing
a crowd which had gathered, as to
why lie had spat in the prince's face.
The police invited the two men
to go to the station house and this,
after some disputing, they agreed to
do. All three of them, bespattered
with mud, accompanied the police and,
followed by several thousand people,
they marched off to the station, where
they made "explanations."
Both Count Boni and the prince gave
their own version of the quarrel, each
claiming that the other was the ag-
gressor, but the prince alone lodged
a complslnt, charging the brothers
"A process Verbal" having been writ-
ten out, according to the French code,
the men signed It and were then re-
leased. The case will go before the
public prosecutor, who will decide
what, if any, steps shall be taken.
| In view of the fact that the prince
has elected to pursue the mntter in
the courts, the Idea of a duel seems
to be precluded.
Lik« the jewelry business, this is a matter of trust. When
you bring us a family receipt or prescription to fill you only
trot us. That is all.
Our prescription file has passed the 43,000 mark. This
means that the confiding public has trusted us 43,000 times.
Never yet have we betrayed that trust. We have given
them what the doctor ordered 43,000 times. We want to do this
43,000 times more.
By merit and integrity we have built up the enormous drug
business that we have. By no other method could we have done
bo. Bring your prescriptions to us.
Make and fix every thing.
Now don't give up the old
for the new. Bring it to
. . upeiaiiHl
ir T employ**"*. Munv advmtaj
ail other* Ca'Bluirue free.
MEN AND WOMEN.
I V Biff til for unnatural
Irritation* or ulceration*
of mucou* membranM
■ PainlM* and not ftatrts
i Chemical Co. i*nt or poi-onou*.
old by rruisiii*.
nut in i>l*ln wrapper
•ipre**. prepaid. (01
si 00. or 3 bottl' SZ 75
Circular e*jt no wurn
MEETS AT DALLAS.
President Jordan Has Issued a Call
For the Convention.
Atlanta, Jan. 4.—President Harvie
Jordan of the Southern Cotton associ-
ation has issued a call for the meeting
of the national executive commltteo
to be held at Dallas on Feb. 19. The
annual convention will be held at Dal-
las. on Feb. 19 and 20. The regular
annual meeting of the various state di-
visions of the association will be call-
ed to meet at their respective state
capitals throughout the cotton belt on
Tho annual meeting of the state di-
visions and national executive commit-
tee on the dates named will be for
HEROINE TO WED.
If you are expecting to invest in a
residence or business hou«o I don't
believe jfou will evar hutve beUter condi-
: III purposa "of^electlng* oJflcerV and i1'0?8,1?, bu/ "n,d«r' C°mW my 0fflCe
' mapping out a program with reference and tet a talk tho mater over
L. C. MILLS
116 North Union, phone 1185.
N, D. Smith
At 310 1-2 E. Main
MAKE BOOTS AND SHOES
REPAIR WORK NEATLY AND
CAHPt INTER fr CONTRACTOR
JOB WORK A 8PECIALTY
P. O. BOX 773
Shop 329 N.
810 S. Dixon
Opposite City Hall
Sailors Termed Her Pluckiest
They Ever Had Seen.
Baltimore, Jan. 4.—The engagement
of Miss Katherlne Noble, the heroine
ef the Mohegan disaster, is announced.
She i« to wed Ernesto Trovi Stmon-
detti of Mexico. Miss Noble was a
passenger on the steamer Mohegan
when it sank in the English channel
Oct. 15, 1898. She placed a lifebelt
around her and clung to a plank In
the water for five hours before she
was rescued. Saillors tried to take
her Into lifeboats, but she refused,
saying they were overcrowded, and In
addition her weight might lessen the
chances of those already In*the boats.
The sailors said she was the pluckiest
girl they had ever seen. She was one
of the eleven passengers saved out of
to handling and marketing the cotton
crop for 1908 ard pressing forward the
work of the association.
President Jordan will give out the
official piogramm* for the convention
in the near future.
If you arc too fat It U b«c u«« your fooi
turns to fat Instead of muscle— strenjtlL
If you are too lean the fatproduoln* foods
that you eat art net properly digested aid
Lean, thk. trin#y paopls do net hart
enough Pepsla la the stomaeh. while fat
peepl* ha e too mueh Pepsin and dm
ton tain* all the dlrtiUr* Juice* that art
found la a healthy stomach, and
azaotly thos* proportion* n*c«**ary
anabla th* atomaoh and dliMtlr* orrait*
ill food* '
I ooly i .
but II I* a reooc«tnietiY ,
U dtoest and aubnllata allToods that may
b« eaUa Kodol I* aot ooly a perfaA
Con Upatloa foawfllBbelt
Digests What You Eat
Rests the stomaoK rebuflde the
tissues and fives firm flesh.
HAR RYMAN'S DRUG OT OH it
To "Lfft Lid."
Oklahoma City. Jail. *.
fore Jan. 15 the Oklahoma City banks
will lift, the financial lid, according to
the information brought out at the
meeting of the Oklahoma Clearing
House association Tuesday. Word was
received from the St. Louis and Kan-
sas City banks that they expect to lift
tha lid by that date. As soon as action
Is taken by these banks the local
banking institutions will follow.
Japan Exhibits a Disposition to Meet
Desire of This Country.
Washington, Jan. 4.—Secretary Roof
has received from Ambassador O'Brien
at Toklo a transcript of the reply of
the Japanese government to the mem-
orandum submitted to him some time
ago in relation to the regulation of
Japanese immigration into America.
The reply is very long, dlscusslng^Mr.
O'Brien's proposition in the greatest
details. So far, Secretary Root has
not had time to carefully consider the
I reply, but it is stated that in the
opinion of the Japanese government
On or be- to meet the desires of American in
a satisfactory manner. Mr. O'Brien
coincides in this view of the Japanese
400 feet, east front, N. Broadway,
1,000 block, worth $20 per foot, a real
investment for $10 per foot.
One of the choicest residents on
Broadway at a snap, if taken at once.
I have one 80 aero tract 5 miles,
one 80 acre tract 3 1-2 miles and 40
acres, eecond bottom, 2 1-2 miles that
I will sell right.
16 lots in Rose Garden for $50 per
lot If taken at once.
Two 5 acre tracts North of town,
also two 10 acre tracts North of town,
BUY YOUR XMAS PRESENT WHERE YOU CAN GET
YOUR MONEY'8 WORTH. EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED
COME AND LOOK AT OUR NEW LINE OF WATCHES,
CLOCK8, CHAINS, RINGS, BROOCHES, BRACELETS,
CHARM8, BADGES, SCARF PINS, CUFF BUTTONS, SILVER-
WARE, HOLLOW WARE, CUT GLAS8, IMPORTED CHINA,
CUP8, NAPKIN RINGS, HAT PINS, UMBRELLAS, THIM-
BLES, MANICURE SETS, ETC.
WE HAVE THE GOODS THAT WILL GIVE SATISFAC-
DIAMOND MOUNTING AND REPAIRING A SPEC-
J. E. ALLEMAND
AT THE OWL DRUG 8T0RE.
22 EAST MAIN STREET
ROODHOUSE, the COAL MAN
PIKE BAKER, Agei't,
No. 118 North Broadway.
Best Grades Coal, Free From Slac k, Cook Wood, Heater Wood and Fur-
2 cars of McAlostcr coal under shed, no snow, no rain, 2,000 lbs. in one
107 West Main. Phone 800.
GO*_D AND SILVER.
Total Stock on Hand In Unfted Statee
Jan. 1, $2,146,156,979.
Washington, Jan. 4.—The semi-an-
nual statement issued by the director
of the mint showB that there has been
a gain in the stock of gold and silver
Saved From Potter's Field.
East St. Louis, 111., Jan. J.—Desert-
ed by relatives and friends who have coins in the United States aince June
clustered about him while he was still 30, 1907, of $118,686,508, as follows
Jockey years ago, Fred Barnes, aged Gold coin. $109,507,752; silver coin,
thirty years, who died in obscurity. $9,178,776 The total stock of gold and
was saved from the potter's fieid silver coin in the United States on
by a subscription taken up among his Jan, 1, 1908 was $2,146,156,979.
saloon assoclqfes of the past few
years. Barnes was at one time worthy,
but was a spendthrift. He rode on
New Orleans and St. Louis tracks.
Walker Will Aid.
New Britain, Conn.. Jan. J.—Treas
urer Stanley of the Savings Bank of
New Britain received a message from
J. H. Pease, the bank's representatlv
at Ensenada, Lower California, say
fng that he had seen Walker, the em-
bezzling treasurer, twice. Hi* inter-
views brought out a promise from
Walker that be would aid in recovering
some of the missing securities
Washington, Jan. .—After a con-
ference with Rresident Roosevelt
Secretary Metcalf announced that
Captain J. E. Pilisbury had been se
lected chief of the navigation bureau
of the navy department. Captain Pills-
bury participated in the conference be-
tween the president nnd the secretary
Just prior to the announcement.
New Bank at Dallas.
Dallas, Jan. J.—Traders' Bank and
Trust company, capital stock $50,000,
begins business Monday.
SOON TO REOPEN.
Fully Seven Thousand Coke Ovens
Will Again Be In Operation.
Pittsburg, Jan. 3.—It is expected
that fully 7,000 ovens of the H. C.
Frick Coke company at Connellsville,
and in the lower Connellsville region,
will be put in operation again within
a few days. Owing to the large num-
ber of foreigners who returned to their
native lands since the coke plants
closed some weeks ago, it Ib believed
operations will have a great deal of
trouble in securing enough workmen.
To Be Tested by Mobile.
Mobile, Jan. 4.—The Alabama
o'clock closing law for cities of over
15,000 inhabitants will be given a test
hearing in the courts, and will be car-
ried to the state supreme court. The
law went Into effect Wednesday night
at midnight, but only one-third of the
saloon keepers observed it. The first
arrest was made late Thursday after
noon. Every other city in the ata e
where the question is up is observi
We Take Your Check for
Cheaper and Cleaner than Coal
Delivered in the City
$5.00 per ton
Place your order immediately, thus
avoid the rush and save money, as
the price will advance, and we can=
not tell how soon.
Rorer Mill & Elevator Co.
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