The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 76, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 10, 1909 Page: 2 of 6
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3 LINES, 3 TIMES. 28 CF.NT8.
THE NEWS, 10e PER WEEK.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1909
THE SHAWNEE DAILY NEW#
HALF PR CE FOR ONE DAY
The logical ratio would bo more near-
ly 3GV4 lo 1, with only 44.9 cents
forth of Bllver In a silver dollar.
Whatever the exact figurus, only an
optimist of Mr. Itryan's Inoxtlngulsh-
able fatuity would Bee any hope
Intered as second class mail matter realirrec(|ng the free silver Issue, or
Mmwnee, oklahoma, under the act • even express a wish to exhume it.
tigress of March J, 1^79-
5. ALLARD, Ownei aud Publisher
I Kansas City Journal.
News Business Oftict JSI
Lou S. Allard's Residence. 246
who has occupied the of
Uco of president realizes tlio incred
ible amount of administrative work
with which the president has to deal
.iveii In time of peace. He Is of nec
.salty a very busy man, a much driv-
en man. from whoso mind there can
never be absent for many minutes n!
a tlmo the consideration of some
lirohlom of importance, or of some
matter of less importance which yet
onuses worry and strain. Under such
circumstances, It is not easy to turn
from the affairs that are of moment
to ail the people and consider uffalrt
that are of moment to but one per-
son. While this Is true of times of
peace, it l« of course Infinitely more
' true at times of war. No president
who has over sat in the White House
has homo the burden that Lincoln
bore, or been under tho ceaselass
strain which ho endured. It did not
lot up by day or by night Ever he
had to consldor problems of the wld-
est Importance, ever 10 run risks tu
the greatest magnitude; and ever
through and across Ills plans to meet
CARRIE NATION IN I ./ON PON.
Our Cockney friends have had a
1 aHte of real Kansas temperance sen-
timent. (iood Mother Carrie has
been lecturing them on the evils of
drinking. Oxford Music Hall, a fa-
mous and historic London resort, was
the scene of her first visit. It cost
her five shillings to enter tho place
and a crown and a half more to sat
Isfy the law, but It waB cheap enough
for tho advertisement she got out of
it. No person ever left Medicine
lx)dge who could get a world-wide
reputation at such a small cost
At tho Oxford, drinks are served
by pretty barmaids. Carrie faced
th 111 boldly and without parley be-
gan her attack.
"You beautiful girls," said Carrie
In her motherly way; "you with the
brown eyes, and you with the blue
eyes, and you with the glistening gol
den hair. Oh, you beautiful girls,
why aro you selling out to these
Report of the Condition of
THE UNION SAVINGS bank
In the State of Oklahoma, at the close
of business, February 5, 1909.
Loans and discounts * 81,976.0)
overdrafts, secured and un-
Stocks, bonds, warrants, etc. 12.91D.JO
Furniture and fixtures S,800.00
Due from banks
Checks and other cash Items
Exchanges for Clearing
house. . .
Cash In bank
Capital stock paid in $ 2i'oo000
Surplus fund 1.000.00
Undivided profits, leHB ex-
penses and taxes paid....
^.ividendB unpaid • •
Individual deposits subject
to check • • 81,104.35
Demand certificates of d
Time certificates of deposit. lG,i 5.oj
Cashier's checks outstand-
FOR RUNT—Five-room cottage, 100
f ground, oast front, gas, city
r and good well. 130 N. Draper.
Western Business College. 3-it
FOR rent—Modern room, suit
able for two young men at 306 N
FOR SALB—733 N. Market, 7
rooms, bath, closet; good well, soft
water, barn; 12.200.
FOR SALE—Three good type-
writers. R om 16 over Shawnee
National Bank. Phone 956. W. H.
FOR RENT—A 160-acre farm, 60 la
cultivation, 3 miles east of Shawnee
For further particulars call on H. S
Bartell, 207 N. Louisa. 1""
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these great dangers an<l great re
sponslbllltles was shot the woof of
an infinite number of small worries
and small annoyances.
out his groat task while unceasingly
besot by the noed of attending as
best he could to a multitude of sma"
tasks. It is a touching thing that
the groat leader, while thus driver,
and absorbed, could yet so often turn
aside for the moment to do some deed
of personal kindness; and It Is a for
lunate thing for the nation that in
handsome men and pretty women this
Can anyone conceive of a more
diplomatic method of opening an at-
tack? What could the barmaids do
but smileT For did not Carrie call
them beautiful and compliment their
eyes and hair? First tell a woman
that her eyes and hair are beautiful,
and you then have her ear forever.
These barmaids hung upon the fur-
ther conversation of Carrie, and she
could have finished her full speech
were It not for a fi* Englishman who
stuttered out a proposition to the
old lady to "have one with him.
This unfortunate son of England hap-
pened to have a cigarette between
his Hps, and when Carrie spied it the
attack was shifted to him. That
Englishman must have been sorry for
n little while that he was ever born.
Women as well as men drink at
tho Oxford Music Hall. Mrs. Nation
approached a bevy of maids In the
corner and told them they were do-
ing "the devil's work." They asked
the "poor old dear" to Join them and
be jolly, but Carrie has gone so far
beyond the age of frivolity that she
can defy temptation and conquer the
cooler blood of her Btxty-odd yean
And on this occasion she confessed
what women hardly ever do confess,
that her age is advancing. "I am at
old woman," she said, "a very old
woman, and I cannot restrain my ton
gue while I see the devil going down
your throats. I am sorry for dear,
good old England—God save dear old
And then by way of a Just Judg
ment on a good old fashioned Ameri-
can for praying for hated Albion—
that Albion that fought us twice and
tried to crush out our national
1 policeman of that same old England
she was praying for clapped a rud ■
hand upon her shoulder and placed
her behind the bars of
State of Oklahoma,
County of Pottawatomie, ss:
I o M Christner. Cashier of the
above-named bnnk, do solemnly swea
that the above stftteinent is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief, so
help me God.
a. M. CHRISTNER. Cashier,
M. C. FLEMING.
F. W. CHRISTNER,
F. W. MOHRBACHER,
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 10th day of February, 1909.
E. C. ST AWARD, Notary Public.
(My commission expires May 3,
FOR RENT—140 acre farm, bot
tom land, two ml'.es from Shawnee
two houses, largxs orchard. 60 acrei
with bog fence. Apply to John Dons
tiue. Shawnee, OX
g. A. R. Member*.
The local members of the G. A. R-
are preparing for the celebration ol
Lincoln's birthday, the 100th anniver-
sary of his birth, February 12. Their
arrangements are being made in
conformity with plans of the com
6-20t | mittee on arrangoments tor the cele-
bration of the 100th anniversary ol
FOR SALE—Incubator good as
new. Apply 600 North Chapman.
FOR SALE—Bargain, new 7-room
house and 70 -foot front, 1200 bloci
N. Beard St., for $1,300; 1 block from
car line, paving now within 3 blocks
and will be In on block. Price $1,300
(455 cash, balance $14.36 per month
Itoom 207 Mammoth Bldg. 8-tl
FOR SALE—A complete outfit for f
printing office. Appl7 f°r further par
Iculars at the Shawnee hews office.
FOR RENT—A hall suitable to
„dg® or socltly to hold regular meei
ugs, ante-room In connection, ceii
,a!1t located. Address W. T., can
•f News 1-l;
WANTED—A boy; muEt llvo In
north part of city. Newman Plumb-
ing Co., 126 N. Bell. 9"3t
WE PAY $80 a month sslary and
furnish rig and all expenses to Intro
duce poultry and stock powders; new
plan; steady work. Blgler Co., X 9i.
Springfield, Illinois. 23"u
Statement of Union Savings Bank on
February 5, 1,909.
Loans and discounts $ 82,777.51
Furniture and fixtures..
Cash and sight exchange
Capital stock ■■■■* 25,000.00
Surplus and undivided
Dividends unpaid ««• '
The above is correct:
G. M. CHRISTNER, Cashier.
WANTED—Neat cottage, four
five rooms, close in. C. E. Momand,
care Odeon Theater.
WANTED—A lady cook, also
waiter, at the Lake Hotel. Apply at
PAR.-ir WIGHINQ section maps 0
Pottswatmie count* can buy sane m'
ik« IUwhai New* orfl«-«. *0-U
You can buy good second hand
healers for a Bong at Thompson &
Senner's, 118 N. Be'l. Phone 686.
This is Worth Reading.
WANTED — Correspondents for
members of our Matrimonial Society.
Strictly secret and trustworthy. Mem
bers all well to do. Send 7c post-
age on papers and particulars. Box
861, Fort Worth, Tex. J29-lm
WANTED—Girl for general house
work, small family, good wages. Ap-
ply 218 N. Pari.
Leo F. Zelinskl, of 68 Gibson St.,
Buffalo, N. Y., says; "I cured the
most annoying cold sore I ever had,
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I ap-
plied this salve once a day for two
days, when every trace of the Bore
was gone." Heals all sores. Sold
under guarantee at all drug stores.
Abraham Lincoln, chosen at the last
national encampment of the G. A. R
The local celebration will be held
either at the Becker Theatre or at
the Christian church. Arrangements
have not yet been fully completed,
but good speakers will be present
The program as at present outlined
will be as follows:
"America', by the audience.
Vocal music (Solo or Glee Club.)
Address (Life and character ol
"Star Spangled Banner," by
"Nearer My God to Thee," by the
Doxology, by the audience.
The committee has recommended
that the following program be ob-
served In the publ.c schools:
1. Keller's American Hymn.
"Almighty Father- Humbly we
bow before Thet our Creator, Guide
and Preserver. We thank Thee for
what faith makes real to us; Thine
almighty power that created the bea
vens and the earth and all things
that are therein; the bor ldless love
that environs Thy children and
moves them reverently to say'Our
Father.' We thank Thee for the
the noble men under whose leader
ship this fair land was dedicated to
freedom of thought, expression and
action; to their successors who have
Best Farm Paper in the West R,
duces Its Price for <ansa«
The Farmers Mail anrt lire ere, T'
peka, Kansas, will celebrate Kanst
Day, Jan. 29, 1909, In Its uaiH liapt
manner. For several years V'.ill ai
Breeze has offered subscriptions
just half price on this one day—
cents for a whole year. The rece
advance In the coBt of white pap
makes It entirely possible that ti
Is the last year on which the redt
tlon will be made and all who c
should not fail to avail themseli
of the opportunity to pay for
many years as possible.
Our clubbing rate with Farm
Mall and Breeze is $1.75 per year
cept on Kansas Day when $1.5^
pay for a year's subscription b<
our paper and Mail and Breeze. 1
Mail and Breeze is the largest aj
cultural and family journal publlsi
In the West and is a weekly visl
to more Kansas homes than 1
other paper published In the st
Old BubSLi'lbers -an take advant
of this offer by paying up any b
subscription due the Msll and Brt
at the regular rate of $1.00 pe^
and 60c additional will pay fol
year in advance. New subscrll
may get the paper for a year oi
ment of only 60 cents. This offe
for one day only—January 29.
ter bring In your subscriptions
once or send promptly to the Fi
ers Mall and Breeze, Topeka,
NEWS WANT AOS PAV WW
FARMERS AND FRIEN
Up to Date Laundry.
Shawnee's boosters were on the
ground early this morning, which ar-
gues well for success in the county
addition to doing so well each deed. .Pat election.
ijreat or small, he possessed that 1
aarv.dous flgt of expression which
nabted him quite unconsciously to
oboose tho very words best fit to
Report of the Condition of
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK
In the State of Oklahoma, at the close
of business, February 6, 1909.
Loans and discounts $260,iil.i
Overdrafts, secured and un-
U. S. bonds to secure circu-
U. S. bonds to secure U. S.
Bonds, securities, etc 24,042.-8
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures • •
Other real estate owned. ...
Due from National Banks
(not reserve agents)
Due from State and Private
Banks, Trust Companies,
and Savings Banks
Due from approved reserve
Cheeks and other cash Items
Bills of exchange .....
Notes of other National fi1Klln
ractionai paper currency,
nickels, and cents
awful Money Reserve in
Bank, viz- r 01-75
He.lemption fund with U. S-
treasurer (6 per cent clr- ^ ^ ^
WANTED—Boarders and roomers,
at 327 N. Union. Home cooking. 9-3t
I have moved from Shawnee wagon
yard 404 East Main to 129 South
Union, Russell & Sons', old stana
Your patronage in my line respect
fully solicited. Dr. S. F. Vose, V. S.
Residence phone 742, barn phone
FOR RENT—Rooms, litcely fur-
nished for housekeeping, with gas.
Phone 178. No. 328 N. Philadelphia
If a trick of fate should lose Shaw-
nee the victory at this time—a thing
barely possible,—she will retaliate
each deed. His (tatty? within five years by annexing Tecum-
burg speech and his second Inaugural
are two of tho half doien greatest
spooches ever made—I am tempted to
■all them the two greatest ever made.
T*y are great in their wisdom, and
dignity, and earnestness, and In a
loftiness of thought and expression
which makes them akin to the utter
slices of tho prophets of the Old Tes
tament.—Theodore Roosevelt In Re-
view of Reviews.
William J. Bryan denies that he
was Injured In an automobile accl
dent In Florida. Mr. Bryan Is too
much of a Commoner to allow It to
be recorded In history that he ever
figured 111 a chug wagon wreck.
SAME OI.D BRYAN
It sounds like a volee from the
tombs to hear Mr. Bryan reiterate
his "tlrm belief" in the catiBe of free
silver. Almost any time now the
Commoner is liable to contain a ri
print of the cross of gold and erown | m>vo that it was Intentional.
of thorns speech, with Possibly ,,
footnote referring to the crime of 73 c5oTernor C. N. Haskell, with sev
The make-up man of the Wichita
Eagle must be a Jokesmlth. In Tues
day's Issue he had Governor Has-
kell's cut accompanied with a notice
of William H. Edwards, •ex-football
star who put a stop to graft," and
the cut of Edwards was headed "Gov
ernor who was Indicted by grand
' Jury." We aro almoBt tempted to be-
I have located at 307 East
given themselves to solving grave j at John uonobue's old tan
problems arising from changing con
dltlons. At this hour we would spec make horse shoeing a special,
lally thank Thee, that In the time ^ drivlng and heavy draft h
of the country's dire peril a man was ... .
sent of Thee equal to the emergency Make all kinds of hand-forged
We pray, our Father, that the8« ev1 | md plate8 for gallopers, pacer,
dences of Thy love and goodnes.
and these examples of noble doing kln<jg „f running horses.
rrrrr:« • - «
tar as in us lies according to tne
precepts of Thy Holy Word, and to
Thee we give all the honor
cross firing, prevent stumbling,
lively cure corns without fall.
In sickness, If a certain hidden
nerve goes wrong, then the organ __ ,,,
that this nerve controls will also | praise, now and forever more.^Ame^. j pa)d ^ contracted
surely fail. It may be a Stomach
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished
room, gas lights and heat, hot and
cold water, bath room, telephone; call
G40 North Broadway or phone 753.
LOST—Beaver neck piece, between
Bell and Santa Fe on Ninth. Return
to News office.
FOUND—A bunch of keys. Party
nerve, or It may have given strength
torative was not made to does the
It was Dr. Shoop that first pointed
to this vital truth. Dr. Shoop's Res-
Stomach nor to temporarily stimulate
the Heart or Kidneys. That old-fasb-
ioned method Is all wrong. Dr
Shoop's Restorative goes directly to
these failing inside nerves. The re
markable success of this prescription
demonstrates the wisdom of treating
the actual cause of these falling or
gans. And it Is indeed easy to prove
A simple five or ten days' test will j 11. Benediction,
surely tell. Try it once, and see!
wire cuts and bruises and ot
in the feet; alBO all classes o
3. "Battle Hymn of the Republic,'
(Solo with chorus.)
4. Sketch of Abraham Lincoln.
5. Lincoln's Gettysburg address.
6. Centennial Hymn (J. G. Whit horses will be strictly
*7.' Extracts and Quotations from for. If you doubt this, call a
the Writings and Speeches of Lin ^ ^ coaTinced. Yours fo.
coin. (Selected by Pupils.) nt!S,
8. "Star Spangled Banner," by ;
audience. II. Robinson &
9. Address (Life and character ol
10. "America," by audience.
nee and pay for this ad.
bunch oi Keys. r.«j surety ten. n; 1 „,,«n.npri If
kindly call at News of- support to the Heart or Kidneys. The Srea es o,
l tf Sold by Wallace Mann.
po«1tl ftlT ner.r potwn jamr h
ooush—from a tlnipl. cold [ 1t 1
LOST—Ladles' dark blue leather
handbag, containing small coin purse,
money and papers. Return to Burke's
FOUND—A big store key. Party
losing same call at the News office
and pay for this ad.
Capital stock paid in J 60.000.o0
ndivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid... •
Due to other National Banks 49,390.41
Due to State and Private
Banks and Bankers...... 18,1.".i I
Individual deposits subject
Savings deposits ..... . ■. ■ ■
Time certificates of deposit. <3.034.ui
Cashier's checks outstand-
FOR SALE—One 50-foot and one
GO-foot, east front, 3-foot terrace lots
in GOO block N. Market. C. P- Holt,
owner. Phone 211 or 1062.
Report of lli* Condition ot
The Shawnee Katio al Bank,
In the 8t te of OklehomB. t the
Close ot Business, -eb.
5th, l 0 .
Loons and Discounts f4^ 82I4, IS
Overdraft*. Secured and t. nsecured 4 .061 61
U. s. Honds. to secure circulation • ■ ■ Bo Oixi (\>
R^TecuHUr." ettH tk>- Warrants)'n.« 4b
flunking house, furniture and tixtures 22,000 00
K! from National Banks, (not re-
States' deposits..... 60,090 00 | Call In p. m.
FOR SALE—10-acre tract, 3-room
house, on payments. J. M. Byler,
2 1-2 E. Main St.
FOR SALE—Brand new $30 roller
top desk, never used, $20; a beauty.
Household Economy Co., 110 W. 9th.
the DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. J
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41. TO 60
State of Oklahoma.
County of pottawatomie, ss:
I F B Reed, Cashier of the abo\e-
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the
best of rav knowledge and belief.
K. II REED. Cashier.
J. H. WARE.
J. \V. Rl'BEY.
\V V. MANN. Directors.
TO TRADE—Vacant lot to trade
for good flre-proof safe. J. M. llyier.
2 1-2 E. Main St. B"'Jl
"for" SALE—Cheap my residence.
634 North Broadway. Residence
phone 644; office 657. Geo. P. Nelson
Aod all this notwithstanding Mr : ,thcrs. has been indicted for town SubBCru„ and sworn to before me
Bryan has only recently returned^ frau„, at Mu.kogee, Okla, _by | lhl,9,h day o^Frtruajy^igog.^^^
from Old Mexico, which country lm* I ,hc fed,,raj grand jury. Haskell was
Tied both systems and Is now forglns llwaJS „ apotllgbter. His career ha'
ahead industrially and economically )0(>n mcteorlc, and he alleges that
under tho gold standard, alter stag Thcodora Roosevelt and William Han
uating for decades under the lncubut Jo,ph Hcarst arc responsible for liis
„f free sllvr. China is the onl! troubles. Men who can read their
nation*of any prominence in th"i.mc clpar whose hands aro clean,
world Which Is wedded to the silver hQ hav, nevcr been concerned In
.. . . in rhlna there is :i . ,«mnmictions are never afraid
Idol, and even In China there
movement looking to tho adoption of
the gold standard
It^ems to make H«lo difference
that silver is
to Mr. Bryan
lower price than
sliady transactions are nev
of grand jury indictments. Governor
Haskell Is entitled to a fair trial.
Governor Haskell Is Mr. Bryan s
friend. Ho Is a reformer, but uufor
Innately, some of the Democrats of
A. E. KENNEDY, Notary Public
(My commission expires July
Loans and discounts...,.
Furniture and fixtures...■
U S. bonds
Bonds and warrants
Cash and sight exchange
I'rti as low as 63 cents, while Mexi ,i0ge as one 0f the "unco guid
ean dollars have stood at 44 cents lag Tlme3.Herald.
tor a longer time.
With silver a'
R«. Prlce a' ll'dilim Go to Newman's for estimates on
FOR SALE—Edison Standard Pho-
nograph. ^gular price $35; sale price
$15. 217 E. Main St ^-0'
FOR SALE—Hose Comb Rhode Is
'•and Reds that are bred to lay and
the kind that pay. ren headed by-
cockerel that won second at El Reno
and first at Shawnee. Eggs for set
ting. $1.50 for 16. $7.50 per 100. Some
young cockerels for sale cheap. Ad-
dress B. C. Foreaker, No. 10 E. Main
St. Shawnee, Okla.
Surplus and profits
34 012 2S
' FOR SALE—Cypers incubator. 50
$584,994.71 t gg good aa new, all complete. W.
M Bowles, at Wright's jewelry store
Due from A pproved Heserve AgeMs 6d.JiS
Checks ond other co-h items in ,
course of collection 3,0 3.5
Eie anves for clearing house 1 . « 6S
Notes of othiTN-tn.no' Banks--.... 1.835 00
Fractional foper Currency, nickels
und cents . ■
Lawful Money Reserve In Bank^viz:
Letral-tender notes •••••• w
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treas-
urer (5 t«er cent circulation)
Bills of Exchange 6 U37 v
TOTAL *13.045 3
Corital stock i id In Mg J?,
Surplus fund •• • • • • 50.000
Undivided prolits. less exjienses ond g _5
NoUonoi Ltonk notes outstanding .... . 50.000 00
Due to oth'-r Nat ion* 1 Bunks — 1.W.05I OR
l>u,- to Mate Blinks and Hankers .
Ind vidual deposits subject to check «
Demand certificates of deios't 74..J35
Cashier s checks outstandinp ™
total 813,045 34
•state of Oklahoma. County of Pottawamie ss.
I Jn< W Jones. Cashier of the at>ove-nanied
hank dosolemnh swear that ihe above state*
met t i.s true to the best of my knowledge and
John W. .Tones. Cashier
1. aydelotte. i
a vobrb i directors
H. T. Douglas I
subscribed nr.d sworn to before me this 9tb
L- I«ambahd. Notary T^iblio.
My commission expires December 80.1911.
FREE SAMPLE COPT to Qlobf
Printing Company, St. Louis, Mo
See special oiler ol the "Twlce-a
Week" issue of the GLOBE DEMO
CRAT, TWO YEARS FOR $1.25,
elsewhere in this paper
law be on the label. And it's not only i
(a tald o be by tho* that know U best,
narkabl* cough remedy. Take ooch
particularly with yoor child ran. Insist
Dr. Bhoop'a Ooufh Cure. Compare ca
Dr. bnoop packn«e with othars and
dlffaranoe. No polaon marka there
Always be em the aaie tl'ie by <
. . 28.725 Ct
. . 50.000.00
. . 456.269.07
S LINES, S TIMES, 25 CENTS.
FOR SALE—Modem, two-story su
burban home, on care line; outside
Improvements; would trade for prop
erty closer In. Phone 904. I-3t
ilonds^nd Warrants (County Worronu^ ^
Rankin? house furniture. ond ftitures «.im) 00
r s bonds and premiums .. 5-.500 oo
Demand l oans 141.000.81
EichJSeeS--"-h- SW 1 et W4.9H ts
TOTAL SSIlJMfi 34
surplus and undivided profits^
Circu'a tlon account
056. *00 50
TOTAL W13.045 54
The above statement is correct.
J so W. Joitis. Csshier
The Secret of Secrets
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One of the wisest of men
"Suffer any porson to tell
us his story, morning and even- 1
lng, for but a twelve-month. J
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have. In a nutshell, the INNER- ♦
MOST SECRET OF SUCCESS- J
FUL ADVERTISING—frequency t
and persistency and unvarying ♦
continuity in the telling of the ♦
story of the store or enter* *
prise. There are many other ♦
things to be said of success- ♦
I ful advertising, but in the \
f above quotation is found the ^
♦ real philosophy, the real secret. ♦
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« THE BEST SEED ON EA
\ CLARKE i KELLE!
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 76, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 10, 1909, newspaper, February 10, 1909; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc138599/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.