The Shawnee News (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 71, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 6, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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TBI BHAWNtl DALL1 NEWS. SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA^- 11 1>DA V. J USE «. 1 IL
THE SHAWNEE NEWS
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OKLAHOMA STATE YAIK.
CORNER OF MAIN AMD PHILADELPHIA
LOU S. ALLARD, PUB.
New* BimIiwm Office Phone
Lou 5, AiJard't Residence Pbooe
hntrr+d u Second Chut Mail Mstun at Shawnee, Oklahoma. I'mJcf the Act
of CoogreM of March|3, 1*7*
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WEEKLY NEWS SUBSC RIPTION
My M«il>u Month*
My Mali On* Y«v
Tiw kaau*! premluut Hat of lie
fifth annual state fair at Oklahoma
City, September 26 to October 7, 1911,
1m now tttAy tor distribution. Send
for a copy and prepare an exhibit
See that your county and community
are represented at the state fair, as
It ia the great advertising medium of
the (tare. For full information ad-
dreaa I. 8. Mahan, Secretary, Okla-
homa City, Okla.
Look! 1 will call and buy your
aat away cltthes. When you drop a
;x>stal, I will call. S. Sachs, 205 East
Main, opposite Polly Theater. 22-lm
Standing «f the Teams.
This may b* good weather for cot-
ton, hut is bad for babi<«.
It ia bad for men and women alto
War people can stand It much looser
without suffering from some form of
it is not so much the temperature
as it the length of th
THE CITY WATER
HtlH do** this senscks*
about contaminated city
typhoid fever, «ric, continue.
The News would make this sugges-
tion: Instead of continually harp-
lug on city wafer, urge upon the
Uealth officers of tbe city the ner.es-
hot spell I tlona with sewer laterals, where there
city of forcing Immediately connec-
IIW Reward VIM.
The readers of this paper will be
** pleased to learn that there la at leas
ne dreaded diaeaae that science has
i( M r>een able to cure in all its stages
snd that Is catarrh Hall's Catarrh
m. )ure la the only positive cure now
ti m : dow a to the medical frstemlty. Ca-
arrh, being s constitutional disease,
equlres a conatitutiou*.' treatment.
[)T '!<- fall's Catarrh Cure la taken inter
Oklahoma City 21, Dallas 6.
Waco 5, Port Worth 1.
Austin 2, Galveston 0.
water | ully, actiaf directly upoc U>. blood j H",""on *• San Autonio 4'
and mucous surfaces of th« system,
thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease by building up the con-
stitution and aaatstlng nature in do-
ng Its work. The proprietors have
so much faith In Its curative powers
Standing of the Teams.
Already the green gra of spring are alterals available, and tbe proper
has turned to an ugly brown and the < ar«- of close's wh«-r«- such hav«- to
wood* have lost their virgin sheen' t# need
of green. We again challenge any person to
After suck a continued spell of beat > its us a single cms of typhoid fever
there is alwaya a period of MickneMa,1 tracable to city water. On the other
and this Is why mo many people are hand, It ia a well known fact that
seeking relief in cooler reaorts. Shaw-1 the well water In certain part* of the
nee la no worse than other cities. <4ty Is contaminated from th« aur-
Jt Im aald tha In Cauada the country (fac e closets and other sources, and
Is suffering with the severest beat at times several families in a neigh-
It has ever known in June The re-
ports from East. We#t, Houtb and
Nort are tbe aame
Tlie human system can stand it for
awhile, but It must necessarily re-
lax If subjected to it too long.
Tbe energy In a man la killed.
His power of thought la hampered.
He can not perform tb« labors that
are expected of him. He manages to
exist that Is all, and this is difficult
unless a frleudl fan Is near.
It is especially unfortunste weather
for the poor, for they live t ramped
up, too many human lives under a
Mingle roof. The heat causes more
suffering than tbe cold, for however,
cold ft Is in winter, It is possible to
get warm, but uo one can ge cool
fur any length of time when the very
air Is lllled with beat and every wind
that blows scorches the skin.
The streets have been Mucking in
the heat for nearly two Weeks. They
need a drenching rain. The country
needs It. A shower will do no good.
A steady rain is wanted.
A man ahould he merciful to his
animals this kind of weather. If ho
itf not, he will not have them.
The COW a In the country require
attention. Their water supply in some
sections has dried up. It Is ueces-
Haiy that they ahould have water,
und plenty of It, In summer time.
There should be a general clean-
ing up all around. It Is weather
In which germs rejoice. Tbe fly la
unusually active, while the mosquitoes
Everyone should be unusually cau-
beginning this month, all water
rente mu '.e paid at the office of
the city waterworka department In
the city hall, on or before tbe 10th
of the month, aa provided for by or-
dinance, which will be strictly en-
Rents not paid on the 10th will he
out off, and a fee of VI charged In
addition to bill before water will he
turned on again.
J. D. OOULKTTB,
Superintendent Water and Sewer
►]« |« J« J« j- J« J« •£« J. ]. .J. .J. •].
HLAKELY THE liltOKKK *
*!• will remove about June 1 to |*
•I* V0.1 Ehm| Main Street, next
•J* door to the Millard Hotel,
•I- where he will he pleased to •!«
•I* meet all of Ills old customers
as well us new oues. 4*
•J. KYB lit THING IIOUUIIT *
* ANI* HOLD. *
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borhootl have been afflicted.
At the present time , however, be-
cause of the extension of the sewer
system, doubtless, there is practically
no typhoid In the city.
a OM PoMTBes
Can be had by tmblUous young men
and ladlea in tne field of "wireless"
or railway t^legarphy
Since th« eight-hour law became
effective ana since the wlrelese com-
panies are establishing stations all
throughout the country, there la a
great shortage of telegraphers. Po-
sitions pay beginners from 170 to $90
a month, with good chancws of ad-
vancement. The National Telegraph
institute operates six official insti-
tutes In America, under supervision
of railroad and wlreieaa officials and
laces all graduates into positions
It will pay you to write them for
full detaila, at Cincinnati, Ohio, Phil-
adelphia, Pa, Memphla, Tenn , Daven-
port, Iowa, Columbia, S. C., or Port-
end, Ore., sccordlng to where you
wish to enter •
So remedy will do moro than the
above-It is well named—and by
regulating the action of Liver and
Kidneys, and filling your circulatory
system with rich, red blood, remov-
ing absolutely the cause of Kheuow-
Usui, it will Indeed cleanse your sys-
tem and give to many women and
men a new leaae on life.
When your Liver becomes active
you will lose that groucbiness and
pessimism that makes you a bur J mi
to your family. With the abundance
of good blood that comes from per-
sistent use of Hystem Cleanser mosl
diseases of the stomach will disap-
pear, and your complexion will be-
come as clear and beautiful as rhut
of a child. Take uo substitute. If
your druggint does not have It we
will he glad to supply you by mall
and give you alx boxes for $2.50, or
60 cents for a single box. Your ina.l
carrier can give you a money order
at your door. •
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.,
Of) 12 Htate St., Chicago.
for afly case that it fails to curs.
Send for list of testimonials. Ad-
dress F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by druggists, 76c *
Shawnee, Okla., May 3, 1911.
Tboa. W. Cadlck,
Dear Sir: The water you now
handle, known aa Crystal Spring
Water, by chemical analysis as per
report by the state chemist of Okla-
homa and by personal knowledge-
having used water from this spring
for the past two years—I can heart-
ily recommend for drinking pur-
poses. Very truly yours,
H. A. WAGNER, M. D.
.St. Joseph .
I* s Moines
SATS NOTHING BUT
That's what the carpenter does
when be has our lumber to work
with. For it Is a pleasure to
work with such splendid ma-
terial. The result is, the Job
goes along smoother and quicker
and you save considerable In
wages, time and, last but not
least, in future repair bllla.
TAYLOR LUBBER CO,
Phone 112. . Ninth and Oklahoma.
Sated His Wife's Life.
"My wife would have been in her
grave today," writes 0. H. Brown, of
Muscadine, Ala., "If it had not beeu
for Dr. King's New Dlacovery. She
was down in her bed, not able to get
up without help. She had a severe
bronchial trouble and a dreadful
cough. 1 got her a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery, and she soon
began to mend, and was well In a
short time.' Infallible for cough*
and colds, Its the most reliable rem-
edy on earth for desperate lung
trouble, hemorrhages, la grippe, asth-
ma, hay fever, croup and whooping
cough. 60c, $1.00. Trial bottle free
Guaranteed hy all druggists. •
A Terrible III under
to neglect liver trouble. Never do It.
Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on
the first sign of constipation, bilious-
ness or inactive bowels and prevent
virulent indigestion, Jaundice or gall
stones. They regulate liver, stomach
and bowels and build up your health.
Only 25c at all druggists.
RESI LTS YESTERDAY
lies Moines 9, Denver 3.
Lincoln 7, Omaha 2.
St. Joseph 7, Pueblo 5.
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+ Wb. Mabea T. G. tsUlp +
+ MABEN A CUTLIP +
Attorneyi al Law +
•£■ Office Rooms. 8hawnee— +
+ Rooms Nos. 1, 1, I and 4. Pot- +
[ i towatomle Building. 4*
J Also Offices at Tecumseh +
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Standing of the Teams.
Won. Lost. PcL
St. Ijouis .
AUTO AND CARRIAGE
•J. P. Mitchell, tbe carriage
painter has moved his shop
to 122 North Beard St. oppo-
alte Harry Johnson's black-
amlth shop. Good work only.
+ + + + + +
UoHton 5 Chicago 4.
Detroit 5, Washington 1.
8t. Louis-New York; rain.
Standing of the Teams.
+ ^ + + + + + +
+ R. A. DEHONEY COMPANY +
+ GENERAL CONTRACTORS +
•J* Job Work oromptly attended +
b to. Plans and estimates +
+ cheerfully furnished. Head- +
!• quarters. Willard Hotel +
* tOI E. Main *
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v v -f- v * v v * * *]-
DR. H. STUCKER
Corner Union and Main Sts.
Over Oklahoma State Bank,
Shawnee. Oklahoma. Recep-
tion Room, 11. Telephone; Of-
fice, 595. Residence, Black 18.
'!* *!* *1* *5* *j* *r
+ TRY OUR SCOTCH BREAD +
•h A crisp Scotch loaf on joar +
•F table this evening would add
•J* mnrh to the meal. Only fcr.
T A good nose would be tick- +
£ led In our fragrant, sanitary -J*
4* bakery, Inhaling odors of all •i*
our taaty, wholesome goodies 4*
•fr BON TON BAKEKY +
+ Main Street
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•I- •!« •!• * -b -b * 4- -h *
A Peek I silo Ills Pocket
would show the box of Bucklen's Ar-
nica Salve that E. S. Loper, a car-
penter, of Murllla, N. Y., always car-
ries." 1 have never had a cut, wound,
bruise, or sore It would not soon
heal," be writes. Greatest healer of
burns, bolls, scalds, chapped hands
and lips, fever-sores, skin-eruptions,
ecsema, corns and piles. 25c at all
S. F. V0SE
Is located at 127 South Bell
street. All calls promptly an-
swered. Office phone 1235.
Residence phone 742.
Residence, 314 N. Oklahoma.
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RESI LTS YESTERDAY
New York 7, Chicugol.
Brooklyn 7. St. I^ouIh 3.
Philadelphia 5. Pittsburg 4,
Cincinnati Boston 2.
Standing of the Tennis.
Columbus 30 18
Kansas City 29 18
St. Paul 24 23
Minneapolis *. 25 2f
Milwaukee 24 25
Louisville 23 27
Toledo 22 30
Indianapolis 21 29
Kansas Clty3, Minneapolis 18.
Columbus 5. Toledo 4.
Milwaukee St. Paul 2.
Louisville Indianapolis 5.
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4- TO MOTHERS. +
•b Beautiful hands are lndlca- 4*
*b tive of a "true lady." Mothers, 4*
>b see that your little girl's fln-
4* gernails are well shaped. 4*
•J* School children, 25c for 4*
•b manicure, Saturdays only, at 4*
i *b Carr's Beauty Parlor, oppo-
•!« site postofflce. +
Pet. + + +
+ CAIITEK A STOOKSBt'KY
+ 0?,r Busj B.e and Cltl C f« +
+ CORRECT PITTING +
4- OF GLASSES. +
Practice limited to Eye, Ear,
+ Nose and Throat.
Phone 16. Shawnee. Okla.
5c SUPREME IN EXCELLENCE OF PHOTO-PLAT PICTURES §C
"THE WINNING OF THE STEP CHILDREN"
-S0LB1EBS THBEE"—Vltojraiih coined} of one thousand l.aoph*.
-THE IMIIAS MAIDEN'S I.ESSO.N"—E« anaj Drama.
TOaOKKOtV. KALEM—-WIIES THE DEAD KETCBH."
Kool. Klcan Komfort Hood MuKir
GET THE ODEON HABIT
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Beueficiar? Membership in Shawnee 2?#
Total Membership 154,8"#
Resene Fond 1,MO,8M.OO
THE FASTEST GROWING FRATERNAL ORDER IN OKLAHOMA.
C. M. W ALKER, State Manager.
THE COZY THEATRE
Cool, comfortable seats, and good li nlllatlon.
Save jour coupons for the draning every Wednesday night. The
prl«e to be ghen away next Wednesday night Is a lorely haod-palnt-
ed CHINA LEMONADE SET. Drawing at 9 p. m.
PICTURES FOB TODAY—
HER ATONEMENT --Powers- THE SINNER -Than- THE RANCH-
MAN'S VENGANCE -American- WATCH FOR BIG SENSATION
5 CENTS TO EVERYBODT.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS
HORSES BROKE TO RIDE OR ORIVE
Driving horses with sore or contracted feet should be brought to
us for treatment We'll curs them if they can be cured. Boarding
horses a specialty. For satisfaction or quick service, day or night,
telephone 59 or call at 116 North Beard street
BON TON LIVERY
6. W. YAN IIOOSEIi, Manager.
The kind you are always sorry when its all
gone. The 1,000 pounds just received <ai ••
wont last long at the price, only ' £?C ID.
THE BOSTON GROCERY
FDRMERLV, "SOUTHWESTERN TEA 8 COFFEE CO."
MOORE BROS. FEWELL & COMPANY
UNDERTAKERS and EMRALNIERS
Day Phone 15, Night Phones 671-546-494-
1116. For Gray Ambulance Phone 1072
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4- J. D. McDonald aud Company. 4
■f Contractor, and Bullderi. -}
4- houae moving aud biilldtiit •
ipeclaltjr. Country trade ao- +
Uclted. Addre«« P. D McDon- 4
424 South Baard Hhawnee. 4
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Til HER MNEH Til KEE TIMES IA I
THE WANT OOI.HMNH OP TIIK i
In a Tight Place
A "in n neill hmtlDg. Aterrtlile alorm can*. The hunter
run lor ilirller there n« none, lie crawl«4 Into n hollow
log. It titled. It ruined anil rained. Tlie log liegitn to mrcll*
The storm i|«||. The hunter couldn't get out. The log held
litiu tight, lie knew lie mould ntnrie to dentil. Ilia whole
life tlimhed hefore him. lie anddcnlj remembered he had ner-
er atarted n hank ueeountl that hln wife mid Imliy, peiiiilN-aw,
SHAW ME LOKHE. !««>. U I. 0
IIE NEEDS A TONIC
ll made him fttl u> >mn// that he j. ,j ,,bh
out of thr leg without difficulty.
SECURITY |STATE BANK
OBPOB1T8 HKCKIVKU 11.00 AND IIP
We liaie tonlea und tonic*. Tonics
for the luilr und tonlm (hut drlie
away that llatleaa, aleepy feeling that
ulwaj comes In spring mid more
commonly known as spring ferer.
Our SarsaparlllH Is a sure core for
•prlug fe er and our Premium llalr
Itemed) will grow hair on u billiard
THE PUBLIC DKCU CO,
Main and Heard Sts. Erce Delltery.
Meets every Thursday night
Vlaltli.f Breth-en welcome.
Kegular meetlag nery Kiiday
■Ight. al ( hrtitiey HalL
J. K LOW EKT,
WE CONSIDER EFFICIENCY
A VITAL ASSET
Ht'SINESS EEKICIENCY IS HI SINESS PltOTEt HON. EEEIt IEM V TODAY IS PROTEIITIOM
TOMORROW'. AI.1, Y A LUES ARE COMPARATIVE; THEREEORE YOI HAVE ONLY TO DO YOUR
WORK A LITTLE QCICKEK A LITTLE MORE CAREEULLI—GIVE A LITTLE BETTER VALUE
IN TOUR GOODS—KEEP A LITTLE CLOSER IN TOUCH WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OK Y0UII
CUSTOMERS TO REACH A HIGHER DEGREE 0E EFFICIENCY THAN YOl'H COMPETITORS. THE
PUBLIC IS QUICK TO APPRECIATE WHEN IT IS WELL SERVED IT PAYS FOR SERVICE 11KN-
DERED. IT IS THE LITTLE THINGS—THE ADDITIONAL VALUES—THAT
HAVE MADE SIIC-
EFFICIENCY IS OUR GOAL ARE WE RIGHT?
WIRFS PAINT & GLASS CO.
NINTH and BROADWAY
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