The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 227, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 30, 1908 Page: 2 of 7
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THE NEWS—«0c pen MON1 H.
TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1 08.
THE NEW8—We PER MONTH.
June 30 In History.
1785 — t.eneral .lame* Ktfward Ogle-
thorpe. founder of (Jeorjfla. died;
j 1891* K. I> N Suiitli worth. Amer-
ican novel Int. died: lH ru 1819
19o0 — I>eM|*'rjit« tattle at TienUlu,
China; forHmi ministers ordered
LOUS. ALLARD, Ownet and Publisher
News Business Office 3a!
Lou o. Aimrd'a Residence. 246
Murphy, noted temper- j
rei. died At I.os Angeles;
COMING WEEK BY DAYS
Foiectst of What is to
Come in a Busy World
Sun sets 7.31. ri -I .
Entered as second class mail matter
Shawnee, Oklahoma, under the act of
Congress of March 3. 1H79.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TIGKET
WILLIAM H. TAFT
JAMES 8. SHERMAN
of New York.
Very few of the couples concern i d In
these divorces belonged to the poorer
P. D. Stone, an old newspaper man |
of Wichita, has purchased a half in-J
terest In the McAlester News. . ttte
change havli* taken place Monday.
The new proprietors make same prom
ises as to certain improvements tn
the plant and paper which will a.Id
much to Its credit as a daily paper.
j Whisky label law of tho pure foo'i
net will become fully effective.
Great encampment of southern
troops begins at Chickamauga park.
I Convention of the Philistines will
j I egin at East Aurora, N. Y.
Idaho board of pardons will meet to
act on case of Harry Orchard.
Dominion Day, anniversary of thi
confederation, wl 1 be celebrated li
Democratic convention to choose
Denver delegates, In Montana.
THE INJUNCTION PLANK.
According to press reports Samuel
Oompers. preside:A of the American
Federation of Labor, is not satisfied
with tiie plan* in the republican plat-
form relative to the issuance of In-
unctions. and want labor organita
Lions exempted entirel) .
That U precisely as unreaso^'ble
as ft would be for the president of th-*
Manufacturer* association to ask that
corporations be exempted.
It Is difficult to believe that Presi
dent Oompere is corr<>ctly reported.
He certainly would not advocate what
would appear to every thlnkinp man
as vicious class legislation. Anything
mj unjust arU ao much out of harmon v
with the American-institutions would
be sure to prove a boomerang whlcn
would return to hit the thrower.
What is really wanted fa the aboil
tion o£ the abuse of the Injunction,
and that Is admirably set forth In the
republican platform as follows:
"The rules of procedure In tho fe1-
eral courts with respect to the Issu-
ance of th^ writ of injunction shoul 1
be more accurately defined by a stat-
ute, and that no injunction or tempo
rarlly restraining order should be la
sued without notice, except where Ir
reparable lrfury wt>uld result from d >
lay, In which case a speedy hearing
thereafter should be granted."
Tual corrupt and sychophan?if
Judges, prejudiced against labor un-
ions, or anxious today to influential
corporations, wan merely to gain strat-
egical advantage over \s striking em-
ployes, Is undoubtedly true. 0-h*r-
iviso there neter woul.l baye been any
complaint about the process of law s>
All that is needrd Is care fi.i I
con®lderation on the put of the Judi
clary. Whon there Is p. well ground
od suspick.i on the part of a judge
that the writ of Injunction Is being in
voked for the purpose of giving an ad
vantage over a labor union In a dls
put* about wages, and the properly of
the applicant is ir>t menaced, a Judge
should refuse the injunction. And no
doubt s, great majority of the Judieet
act upon this principle. But tho fact
that sotno of them have not, justifies
1ho labor leaders in demanding that
tho abuse be corrected. As the toial
abolition of the injunctive process
c mil not be considered, and the prop
oaitlon to exempt certain' persons
from its operation would be unfair,
the provision 1n the republican plat-
form, which was the result of careful
deliberation 0:1 the part of some of
the greatest logal minds of the coun-
try, will strike the average mind as oe
Ing about the right thir.fe.
Over in prohibition Maine the dem-
ocrats are miking a campaign on th3
quest Kit of resubmission of the prohi-
bition qu stlon while the republicans
are divided upon the same question.
Maine has been trying to regulate tV
appetite of her cHlsens for the past
twenty-five years and having made a
most miserable failure have conclud-
ed to let each man regulate and m.x
his drinks to suit his liking. Just rs
Oklahoma will do in less time than
twenty-five years. The people of Ok-
lahoma are ready now for a change
and try high license and local option
instead of prohibition. If they had a
chanoe. The experiment ia proving
an expensive one and the people who
"nave the bills to foot are heartily sick
of their mistake.
National Amateur Press association
will CvTOvene in Milwaukee.
National convention of socialist la
bor party meets in New York.
Descendants of the Signers begin
second annual reunion in Philadel-
One hundred and thirty-second an-
niversary of the Declaration of In-
Addition of forty-sixth star ta the
flag will be ce'ebrated in Oklahoma.
Decenrlal conference of Anglican
bishops begins in London.
J F. E. Holliday's \\
i ShoeingShop i Stop That Cold
124 North Heard St.
Horse Shoeing: Neatly
Done and Guaranteed
j Li. R. BERRY j
114 8. Broad we y and get your
shoes half Boled bv the little
Crewe nalllug machine. It
clinches th Lalls so much bet-
ter than any one ran by haaa.
He also has a good lot of second
hand shoes for sale
To oheck early eotd or Oripp* with "PTarvitlea"
nttni hure deist* for Pneumonia. To atop a 00Id
with 1'rerenUcs if tafar than to lei tt run and be
obliged to cure It afterward*. To be aura. Pre-
vsntics will cure even a deeply aeeted cold, but
taken early—at the aneoae aUfe—they break, or
head off tbeee early cold*. That'a aurely better.
That a why they are called PrwrenUca.
Prerentlcaare little Candy Cold Curve. No Qnln-
Ine, no phyale. nothlns ilckenlng. Nice lor tha
children—and thoroughly a&fe too. If you feel
chilly. If you aneeie. If yoa ache all over, think ol
Prevention. Promptness may alao aave half 70m
usual ilckneea. And don't forget your child. II
there la leTerlahneea. nlghtorday. Herein prob-
ably Ilea Pretentlca' greataat efficiency. Bold la
6c boxea lor the pocket, alao In 2ftc boxea of 41
Preveutloa Inalat on you Snigslata glTing yoa
John T. McCutcheon then oted ca *•
toonlst grouped the following words
in a recent cartoon:
The Pawnee Times-Democrat, Ed.
Cray's paper, claims that he assem-
bled the same thtnlg over a year ago
No matter who was the originator.
It Is good enough to reproduce.
The Mauretanla's record breaking
fett with a propeller blade minus r
calls the schoolboy boast, 'T can licit
you with one hard tied behind my
A Chicago restaurant waiter Is be-
Ing starred because he amassed a for
tune of $*5,000 from tips, but a Pul.-
man car porter would look down on
him as a third rater.
TAFT LEAVES CABINET.
Washington. June 30.—Special.—Bv
the terms of his resignation, presented
to President Roosevelt on June 18,
William H. Taft today retires from the
cabinet and is succeeded, as secretary
of war, by Luke E. Wright of Tenes
see. Mr. Taft will immediately bogin
the organiiatlon of his campaign
forces, and will meet here tomorrow
with the sub-committee of the repuh
Mean national commitee to decide
upon a chairmtn. Hepresentatl
Shermattf, candidate for vice president,
will also take part in the conference.
Several men are being consider d for
the chairmanship, and it is thought
that a definite decision will be reachc
as a result of tomorrow's meeting.
Luke Wright, the new seer tary ct
war. is a Confederate veteran 1
democratic in his political views. His
selection is looked upon as a clever
piece of diplomacy which may result
In gaining many Taft votes lu th
leaving the service <.f the wreck« i
Confederacy at 21, Wright secured
legal education and began' the practice
of law in Memphis. In 1870 he was
elected to his first important political
office, that of attorney general for
Shelby county, in which Meinphii
located. As chairman of the citizens
committee during the yellow fever
plague lu Memphis in 1S78. Wright pf
formed a hiroic task.
Since then his career has been such
as t<* admirably fit him for tho high
office to which he has been called b
President. Roosevelt As a member o
the Philippine commission, later vie
governor and then governor of Unc'e
Sam's islands in the far east, and
afterward ambassador to Japan, ho
made a record for fidelity and ability
that gave him &ii international reputa
Few men are more popular in tho
army than Luke Wright, and. despi
the fact that he wab a Coifcderate, his
appointment has been universally com
mended by the leaders of the C rai;d
Army of the Republic and by Union:
veterans gen rally.
Bucklin's Arnica Salve Wins.
Tom Moroe, of Rural Route 1
Cochran. Ga.. writes: "I had a ad
sore come on the instep of my foot
and could find nothing that would
tiealt It until I applied Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Less than half of a
25 cent box won the day for me by
affecting a perfect cure." Sold under
guarantee at all druggists. •
Weak women should try Dr. Shoop's
Night Cure. These soothing, healing
antiseptic suppositories go direct to
the seat of these weaknesses. My
Book No. 4 for Women" contains
many valuable hints to women, and it
Is free. Ask Dr. 8hoop, Racine, Wis,
to mail It. Ask the Doctor In strict-
est confidence, any questions you wish
answered. Dr. Shoop's Night Cure Is
sold by Wallace Mann
That school girl who has asked an
Increased allowance on the ground
that "It Is easy <0 sperM $10,000 a
year" Is not likely to be anuoyed by
« flood of marriage) proposals.
Htatiatic* recently published in Eng-
land throw a flood of light upon the
conditions of divorce in that country.
The number of divorces in 1907 was
€S0, the greatest ever known. Of tha
petitions filed for dissolution of mar-
riage 41 per cent came from wives.
Forty per cant of the marriages dis-
solved in the past ten years had lasted
from ten to twenty years, and 30 per
cent had lasted from five to ten years.
A Grand Family Medicine.
"It gives me pleasure to speak
good word for Electric Bitters
writes Mr. Prank Conlan of No. 436
Houston street, New York. "It Is
grand family medicine for dyspepsia
and liver complications; while for
lame back and weak kidneys it cm
not bo too highly recommended
Electric Bitters regulate the digestive
functions, purify the blood, and im
part renewed vigor and vitality to the
weak and debilitated of both sexes
Sold under guarantee at all druggists
50 cents. •
June 29—The Doctors' Wives meet
at 7:30 with Mrs. J. M Trigg.
June 30—There will be a social
meeting of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy at the home of Mf*
F. V. Askew at 3:30 o'clock.
July 1—The J. U G. club will me?t
with Miss Audrey Bowie.
July 1—The Kindergarten Cooking
club will meet with Miss Arline Penn.
July 1—The L. O. T. M. will holl
their regular meeting in the afternoon
in the Chrisney hall. A program will
b? given awd refreshments will ii".
Ju'.y 1—Shirt waist dance at Broad
way park, benefit ambulance fund.
July 2—Regular meeting and eloc
tion of officers of Aid Society No. 1 of
the Christian hcurch at he home of
Mrs. Wllkerson on North Iioulsa.
July 2—Aid Society of the Grace
M. E. church meets with Mrs. Clev
land, corner Edeoi and Farrall.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafaes is caused by an
inflamed condition of th < mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachiau Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum-
bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It is entirely closed, Deafness
is the result, and unless the inflam-
ation can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hear-
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
eases out of ten are caused by Ca-
tarrh, which is nothing but an Inflam-
ed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O-
Sold by druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for const!
N. M. DOUGLAS
Contractor ot Plastering
627 North Union Avenue
I Write |
at Lowest Rates :
and Plate Glass '
! In the Best Companies \
i Norman Nelson i
| NO* Eist Mam Pbo.ie 579 j
•••••••••••••■•• ti •••••«e«e
We are Overstocked
or some of our staples and other lines
and until the stock Is cleaned out
will sell at great reductions. Here
are some of the articles:
Seeded raisins and currants, 10c
per package, 3 for 25c.
Large, fine loose raisins, 10c lb., 3
Sunshine Oats, 2 lb. package 10c;
5 lb. package, 25c.
Shawnee Chief, Prtde of Perry, U.
S. and Light Bread Flour for 50 lb.
suck (1.30, cash.
All other goods in proportion for
We have the only cold storage in
the city. Our meats are always first
class und good, nothing stale.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
famous little Jlver pills, are sold by
rim an. •
All registered school warrants on
general fund are payable up to anl
including register number 2060. In-
terest will cease on Bald warrants
after July 25th, 1908. Present at tho
State National Bank. Dated this 25tli
day of June, 1908.
23-lw W. G. DICKSON, Treas.
THE NEWS, S MONTHS *1-00.
mEEK & CuMrAriV
BENSON PARK RINK
Open Every Afternoon
Good Music and First-class
Week day afternoon Ladies'
15 cts 1
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
We Solicit the Patronage of
all Respectable People
• 50V TO •ISO®? PER MONTH
Rocky Mountain Te? Nuggets
A Buty Medicine tor Busy People.
Brings Golden Haalth nd Ren«wt1 Vigor.
AfpwifloforCoDStipauon. Indlar^tlon. Live
♦nd Kidney troubles. Pimples, Eczema, Impur
Jlood. Bad Breath. Slumrlsh Dowel*. Hendacl
in<! 3ackache itaPocM Mountain T«a 'n tal
et form. 3* cent# a N x. Oeaulne mr.Je t
lou.isTiH DittTv* Com .'*T
•OLDEN NOuGLU ?.it SAUOW Pf.JF.
Nearly all other Cough Curat art
constipating, especially those cot-
tainingopUto.. Kennedy'. L-axatirt
Cough Syrup movtt tht bowtlt.
Contains no opiatu.
"A Cold or a Cough ntarly alwayt
product! constipation—-tht wattr all
runt to tht tyet, nott and throat tn-
stead of passing out of tht tytttm
through tht livtr and kidntyt. For
want of moisture tht bowtlt btcomt
dry and hard."
Kinntdy*! Laxative Cough Syrup
relieves Colds by working them out
of tht tytttm through a coplout
action of tha bowtlt.
Conforms to National
PURE FOOD & DRUG LAW
210 East Main Street
Plumbing and Water Service A
An up to-date and most complete stock of build-
ers' Hardware, Lawn Mowers Rubber Hose, Ice
Cream Freezers, Water Coolers, Screen Wire and
Screen Doors. Get our prices.
Warren. & Smith
The News 3 Months $1.00
John E. Flemidtr. a Practical Architect aDd
Builder Will make plans, specifications and
details for all manner of buildings and give su
perintendedce when required.
Residence 135 Eden Street. Phone 9-J8
B F. Hamilton, M. D.
Wm. B. Plgg, M. D.
Allen C. Adams, M. D.
(Harryman Drug Store Bldg.)
: East End Confectionary
t East Main has been Improved
I by the opening of a
t Everything in Bakery Goods,
I Ice Cream Sodas. Fruits and
I Tobaccos. Visit our neat little
♦ ice cream parlor. Drinks of all
I H. G. Van Antwerp,
f 704 E. Main Proprietor
Raise an umbrella any old w*y but
raise your chickens la healtV Con-
ye's Poultry Remedies may be ob-
tained only at
CLARKE'S SEED STORE
209 E. Main St. Shawnee, Okla.
THE PEOPLE'S CLEANING
AND DYE WORKS I
Phone K5 S|7 F. Main. Shawnee. OV ♦
wiahet to Inform Its friends, patrons and
the public that we «.ie capable of han-
dling the most delicate fabrics, the
most dainty colors, without any darn-
a re. If we damage a piece of gooda
pay for It If our work la not «at
tsfuctory w make no charge. We poal
tjysl guarai.tee sattatactlon.
THIS IS A CUT OF
OUR BREAD MA-
CHINE. ALL OUR
BREAD 18 MIXED IN
MIXING DOUGH BY MACHIN
ERY MAKES A MUCH MORA
WHOLESOME BREAD THAN IN
ANY OTHER WAY, AS IT 18
MORE THOROUGHLY MIXED
AND IT IS MUCH CLEANER,
AS THE BAKER8 DO NOT
HANDLE THE DOUGH, WHICH
WE ALL KNOW IS VERY UN-
IN WARM WEATHER CALL
116 N. BROADWAY.
Our Millinery Stock Must Be
Closed Out. We have a nice
line of Untrimmed Hats, Wings,
Flowers, Fancy Feathers, Chif-
fons, and Malineb. Now is the
time to get your Summer Hat
With Koy Jenkins fr Co.
Is a good place to visit this summer A great many eastern people
prefer It to some of the older resorts. Why don't you try it this sen-
Splendid ocean beaches, surf and still water bathing, sailing, fish.
Ing, camping our mountain climbing, rural life—all varieties of re-
From Shawnee you can iro there and back $60.00; of you want
to visit Portland $19.15 additional will enable you to do 1L
Liberal stopover privilege.-. Tickets limited to October 31st, 1908.
Send for descriptive literature —free. ♦
GEO. P. NELSON, Agent
that can be grown, you should read
BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1908,
•o well known as the "Leading American Seed Catalog." It Is mailed FREE to all.
Better write TO- DAY. W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO.. PHILADELPHIA, PA
The News 10c per Week
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