The Shawnee News (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 120, Ed. 1 Friday, August 11, 1911 Page: 2 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE DAILY SEWS, SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 11, 1911.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS
CORNER OF MAIN AND PHILADELPHI A
LOU S. ALLARD, PUB.
Newi Business Office Phone
Lou S. Allard's Residence Phone
III M'LARMORE CASE
Entered a Second Class Mail Matter at Shawnee. Oklahoua. Under the At t
of Congreu of March 3, 187**
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HV M«U Onf Year
The statement that the emperor of
Germany is a courageous man can no
longer be doubted. While he wan in
London recently he bought some new
feats for bis wife without consulting
The ballooni8ts promise that this
will be a good year for flying, the
politicians are sure that it will be a
great year for running, the immigra-
tion bureau thinks it will be a greu
year for moving, while the auto own-
ers expect to go some.
Anyone who is striviug to make
the world better should first look the
•world squarely iu the face. He should
remember., uot only that, "whatever is,
is right," but that "whatever Is, is
no." Then, and only then, cau hf
help humanity in a practical kind of
uplift that will go."
ys the Philadelphia Times.
This is not a question of her ar-
tistic abilities; it is one purely of
She is not the sort of woman to be
flaunted into public view, shameless
though she be in capitalizing her ex-
ploits as Manuel's favorite at $4,000
a week, which it is reported will be
paid to her on an American tour.
After all that has been printed
about this saucy damsel, it would be
surprising, indeed, if she failed to at-
tract further attention by appearing
here as Manuel's friend.
But her hopes should be cut short
by actiou on the part of the Ameri-
can people against her landing—from
the moral point of view, she Is dis-
tinctly among the undesirables.
It is a fact that the peasantry of
most countries has better health than
any other class of people in the same
latitude. The reason is easily found.
Out-of-door air, simple food, uot too
much of it and to have to earn your
own living are probauly the best fac
tors for good health.
On Jan. I, the Grand Trunk put
into operation a pension system
which is said to be the most compre-
hensive and generous in existence.
The system embraces every employe
in the United States and Canada
The compulsory retiring age has been
fixed at 65 years and the minimum
pension $200 per annum. No maxi-
mum pension has been designated
Clyde Fenimore Burns, associate
editor of the Railway Review, in
recent magazine article on "Will the
Railroads Abandon Steam?" answers
it affirmatively in the long run. He
says: "The present operating cost
for the movement of every car and
engine in the country is $1,400,000,000
in one year. By electrification this
would be reduced by about $250,000,
000, representing that much actua
saving. The total cost of changing
the entire railway system from steam
to electric roads is estimated at $1
LIVED IN TWO WORLDS.
Two prominent figures in the public
life of the United StateB have died
on the same day. after careers of
about equal length. Maine and the j partments of music
OPEN I.ETTEB, No, 4. +
.!« .r. ►!- .1.
Fellow Citizens: I write you this
brief letter for a special purpose.
First, I desire to thank you for the
banquet given yesterday evening. I
greatly appreciated it, and your kind
promises of support and expressed
confidence. I want to thauk the
ladles for the magnificent way in
which they made preparations for
The special thing that I wish
say in this letter is concerning stu-
dents for our school. There are few
ways by which you could more ef
fectually help us tnan by giving us
your patronage this fall. We want
your boys and girls. If we could
open school this fall with 100 boys
and girls from the city of Shawnee
it would be of tremendous advantage
to us. It would show the people of
Oklahoma that the city of Shawn•
believed in our school.
If any desire information concern
lug the school, they can write me or
see me personally, and I will gladly
give the information that 1 have. Our
Hulletiu, which this year will take
the place of a catalog, has Just been
printed. Anyone considering the
question of coming to school, we will
gladly supply with one of these Bui
letitia. It has the pictures of nearly
all of our teachers, expenses and
many other important Items. W
want to have 50 to 100 music pupils
from Shawnee for our various de
We ought to
One of the most pleasant occa-
sions of the kind ever given in
Shawnee was the banquet tendered
I)r. J. M. Carroll, president of the
Oklahoma Baptist university, by the
Chamber of Commerce iast night.
Representative citizens of Shawnee
were present, and the occasion
proved a most felicitous one from
Following the serving of an excel-
lent menu, F P. Stearns, secoiary
of he Cnamber of Commerce, after
a few preliminary remarks, intro-
duced the following speakers: F. H.
Relly, F. B. Reed, C. H. ICunls W L.
Chapman, J. W. Jones, Geo. H. Ker-
foot, Geo. E. McKinnis and Dr. Car-
All of the short taiks wero much
tin point, that of Dr. Carrol; be-
ing ettiecially fine. Tie speaker was
in excellent spirits and his filing
of good-will enthused the entire as-
A petition was filed in the superior
ourt this morning by Ivy Bryant,
through her attorneys, asking for an
absolute decree of divorce from her
husband, John Bryant.
A divorce was granted in the su-
perior court yesterday to Dorah B.
Montgomery from W. C . Montgomer
A meeting of the council will be
held tonight for the final passage of
the ordinance code.
An elegant set. of pictures for the
exhibition to be held In Oklahoma
City have been taken of the city's
An ambulance may be driven over
.the streets of Shawnee as fast as it
is desired, and It will not be con-
sidered as exceeding the speed limit.
This order was issued to Frank Hill
chief of police, this afternoon by
Mayor Martin. The order was made
at the request of the various am-
If you have no regular place of
worship, come and worship with ue
on the lawn at 330 North Beard
street. Every Sabbath and Wednes-
day evenings In July at 8 p. m. Good
seats have been provided.
J. M. BROADY,
United States senate have lost a;
great public servant by the death of
Senator Frye. For 30 years follow-
ing the senatorship of James G
Blaine, Senator Frye devoted his lif<*
to public service, and to the interests
of the whole country.
Quite as widely known was John
W. Gates, the financier, whose busi-
ness career covered about an equnl
period, but whose activities were di-
rected in the interests of John W.
Gates. Dollar hunters will accord to
John W. Gates a greater fame than
to Maine's senior senator, but the
history of the years to come will
doubtless show the name of the pub-
lic's survitor, when Wall street will
have forgotten the spectacular deals
of the great trader.
While he lived the fame of Gates
was likely more advertised but his
labors were not as enduring as that
of the constructive statesman.
DESLYS, THE DANCER.
Is Gaby Deslys to bo permitted to
ct>me to America without a protest?
This woman, known here solely be-
cause she danced herself into the
favor of Portugal's deposed and
exiled king, is certainly undesirable.
She may have talent, though it is
doubtful if it is more than mediocre,
have a very large number of literary
students. 1 think that we will b
able to give you value received. That
certainly will be our purpose.
Now, fellow citizens, if you be
lleve in us, if you want to help us
to succeed, if you want to show the
people of Oklahoma that you believ
in the institution, then 1 most en
nestly ask that you give us your pat
ronage. I will guard your children
as if they were my own.
J. M. CARROLL.
Oklahoma City. Aug. 11. The in-
vestigation by Go\ Lee Cruce of W.
E. McLamore, state enforcement of-
ficer, on a charge of conduct unbe-
coming an officer, is to make public
many things which will surprise Ok-
lahoma City and Oklahoma county
1 eople. according to those who are
interested in the case. The inves-
tigation is now scheduled for Monday.
While the investigation is chiefly to
concern McLamore, the inquiry will
go into the actions of certain other
state enforcement officers who are
alleged to have made their head-
quarters at certain roadhouses in the
west part of the city. Liquor con-
fiscated by certain officers is said
have been sold to the roadhouse
The instigators of the inquiry also
assert that the officers have received
donations from city and county boot-
leggers for protection. The money it
is alleged as given them by a local
attorney who acted as go-between.
The bootleggers are said to have do-
nated from $20 to $30 a month to
have iheir places passed by.
STENOGRAPHER, married lady,
si* years' experience in law office,
desires position. Address, Stenogra-
pher, l*ox 643, City. ll-3t
WANTED—Competent woman to
assist with cooking and general
kitchen work; good wages. 230 N.
WANTED—Beginners on piano;
35c a lesson. Mrs. W. H. Houston,
226 N. Bell. Phone 1200. 8-3t
WANTED—A position as book-keep-
er; recommendations furnished from
A. & M. 'Phone E. 154. 7-3t
WHERL TO THIS SUMMER?
Round Trip Fares Are Keduced
Washington, D. C.
You sleep in the finest of Electric Lighted Sleepers; you dine in
Handsome Dining Cars, serving delicious Fred Harvey meals, and
you ride in roomy, comfortable chair cars, when you go via
"Frisco Lines, the Convenient Route"
Tickets are on sale June 1st to September 30th, 1911, final return
limit October 31st, with privilege of stop-over at practically all Im-
portant points en route.
For full information concerning rates, route, etc., call on or ad-
dress C. O. JACKSON, D. P. A .
For sleeper reservations, Frisco Lines,
telephone or wire us, collect Oklahoma City, Okla.
Wife Got Tip Top Advice.
My wife wanted me to take our
boy to the doctor to cure an ugly
boil, 'writes D. Frankel of Stroua.
Okla. "I said, 'Put Bucklen's Arnica
Salve on It.' She did so, and it cured
the boil in a short time." Quickest
healer of Burns: Scalds, Cuts, Corns,
Bruises, Sprains, Swellings. Best
pile cure on earth. Try it. Only 25
cents at all druggists. *
*100 ftennrd, fl00.
Thfc ieiders or .his paper will be
pleased to iearn that there Is at leas'
one dreaaea disease that science ha*
been able to cure in all its stages,
and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Ca-
tarrh, being a constitutional dlseas?
requires a constitutional treatment-
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease by building up the con-
stitution and assi3tang nature In do-
ing Its work. The proprietors have
so much faith In its curative powers
that they offer one hundred dollars
for any case that it falls to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Ad-
dress F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75c.
WASTED FOR JrlfE U. S. ARMY.
Able-bodied. Unmarried men, be-
tween the ages of 18 and 35, citizens '
of the United States, of good char-
acter and temperate habits, who can i
speak, read and write the English
language. For information, apply to i
Recruiting Officer, No. 22% Ea3t |
Main street, Shawnee, Okla. A3-2m |
WE INSURE horses and cattle
against death, from any cause. C. C.
Hawk. Office 17% E. Main. 13-lm
WHAT'S HKONG I> THE
UNITED STITKS NAVY!
Get a Singer Sewing Machine. It runs
lighter, sews faster, makes the most
perfect stitch. Is easier to operate,
and will last longer than any other
sewing machine. Needles and re-
pairs for all makes of machines.
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 124
North Bell. Phone 363 25-6t
Boy to collect and do the general
work around office. Apply at Shaw-
nee News office. 8-6t
Sampson Iron and Metal Co. pays
the highest prices for metal, rubber,
rags, bones, bottles, etc., at corner
Beard and Katy railroad. Phone
Hla. k 256. 3-lm
The COZY THEATRE
5c TO ALL 5c
"LORNA DOONK" (TlmnlwuKer), Frem (lie famoug story by
H. D. Blsckmore.
aKHK BLOCK HOLMES JR." (Hex). Drauia, and a good one.
"HER WAY" (Hex). A good one.
New York, Aug. 11.—The number
of United States naval officers who
have committed suicide, suffered men-
tal breakdown or disappeared within
the last year or two has become so
large that officials at the Brooklyn
navy yard will recommend the ap-
pointment of a board to inquire Into
possible causes ft Is sold that with-
in the last 12 months 20 commis-
sioned officers on active duty either
have committed suicide or disap-
peared. For eight or 10 years such
cases have been on the increase, and
within two years the increase has
The matter was discussed at a
meeting of officers of high rank a
few days ago and a number of theo-
ries were advanced to account for the
tendency. Some of the officers held
that the juniors had too little to do;
others were strongly in favor of re-
stricting shore leave almost entirely
It was urged that many cases of
mental breakdown are caused by un-
fortunate manners and methods of
enforcing discipline by commanding
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL
FANCY PARASOLS. THE MAM-
9 South I'nlon Avenue
* Night and Day Livery, Board-
* ing moderate yard charges
* for freighters.
* GIVE US A CALL.
Regular meeting every Friday
night, st Chrlsnej Hall.
J. II. LOWEHY,
This cerune« that we have sold
Texas Wonder for a number of yearB
and find it to be the best Kidney
Bladder and Rheumatic remedy we
have ever Bold. We have as yet to
hear the first complaint. Shawnee
Drug Co., Cor. Main and Broadway.
A (iooo fogltiOS.
Can oe uaa oy «mt>-/lou8 young men
and ladles In the field of "wireless'
or railway telegraphy.
Since the eight-hour law became
effective and since the wireless com-
panies are establishing stations all
throughout the country, there is
great shortage of telegraphers. Po-
sitions pay beginners from $70 to
$90 a month, with good chances for
advancement The National Tele
graph Institute operates six official
institutes in America, under super
vision of railroad and wireless offl
clals and places all graduates into
positions. It will pay you to write
them for full details at Cincinnati
Ohio. Philadelphia, Pa., Memphis,
Tenn., Davenport, Iowa, Columbia
S. C., or Portland, Ore., accordinc to
where you wish to enter.
FOR RENT—A suite of two rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping;
best rooms in the city. Call 302 N
Bell. Telephone Black 1098. Jl-3t
Standard Pool Hall
===== 207 EAST MAIN =====
EXCELLENT TABLES AND SUPPLIES
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Coolest Placc in Town Hood & Tyner, Props.
FOR RENT—Four room house, 139 |
S. Osag*; $5 per month; can use gas|
or wood. Phone 125. 11-31
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms,
down stairs, for housekeeping; mod-
ern. Also sleeping room. Phone 834
Black. 201 N. Broadway. ll-3t
horses broke to ride or drive
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 69 or call at 116 North Beard street.
bon ton livery
«. W. VAN HOOSER, Msuager.
FOR RENT—Two furnished south
front rooms; house modern. 431 N.
Daily News Want Ads Pay
FOR SALE—Section maps of Potta-
watomie county, at The Shawnee
FOR SALE-Cheap, terms to suit
purchaser, good three room bouse,
stable and chicken yard; on street
car line; lota 63x150. Mrs. J. V.
Downey, corner Draper and Eleventh
KOR SALE—A fine driving mare,
gentle, fast; also harness and buggy
and farm wagon. 1X6 N. Oklahoma
FOR SALE CHEAP—One second
hand, 7-passenger, 60 horse-power
touring car in first-class shape.
George Graf, at Overland Motor Car
The Longmire- Draper Company
210-212 E. Main St.
[UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
W. J. RONEY, Director, Phone No. 70.
Calls answered promptly
Day Phone 105
Night Phones 139
70 and Red I 300
FOR SALE OR TRADE—One sec-
ond hand tourist Overland 25 horse-
power touring car. complete with
top and windchield. George B. Graf,
at Overland Motor Car Co. 7-6t
FOR SALE—An Ideal family driv-
ing horse, and buggy. Geo. B. Graf,
Overland Motor Car Co. 18-6t
moore bros. fewell & company
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Day Phone 15, Night Phones 671-546-494-
1116. For Gray Ambulance Phone 1072
LOST AND FOUND.
ATTENTIOH, HOME HUNTERS.
1 bave 27,000 acres of land in east-
ern Oklahoma to rent, any size tract.
Will make 5 to 20-year leases. Write,
phone, wire or come and see me.
Clint L. Rorer. Shawnee, Okla.
Phone 31. 10-m
I Iff Saved at Death's Door.
"f never felt so near my grave,''
writes W. R. Patterson of Welling-
ton, Tex., "as when a frightful cough
and lung trouble pulled me down to
100 pounds, In spite of doctor's treat-
ment for two years. My father,
mother and two slsveis a>ed of con-
sumption, and that i am alive today
Is due solely to Dr. King's New Dis-
covery, which completely cured me
Now I weigh 187 pounds and have
been well and strong for years."
Quick, sate, sure, it's tbe best remedy
on earth for coughs, colds, la grippe,
asthma, croup, and all throat an*
lung troubles. 60 cents and $1.1 Trial
Guaranteed by all drug-
Statistics show that Utile Sam It
rioher than any other nation that
exists or ever has existed. Croesus,
king of Lydla, whose name has beeu
I a synonym for wealth for ages, was
j a pauper when compared to our
' wealthy unci*.
LOST— Suuday morning, a paper
8ack with name and "Shawnee
News," No 8. Return to this office.
+ TO ADTERTISERS. +
+ Advertisements and al' no- •}
tlces for the Weekly Newt 4
•J. should be In office Wednesday +
by 2 p. m. +
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* DK. 0. H. TAVMAN +
Office Over Shawnee National +
Bank. Phone 81 +
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Mr. Automobile Owner—Why not cut down your gas bill from 10
to SO per cent, Increase the efficiency of jour niotar and make
cranking easy by installing
Thompson's Cyclone Mixer, Price $5.00
Yoii me nothing until satisfied.
r. c. mullins Ai m OVERLAND MOTOR CAR U,
18-15 EAST TENTH STREET
DR. C. FARRINGTON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Specialist In Rectal. Sexual and
Offlcs: Rooms I and 4
117M North Bro.dwa;
SHAWNEE LODGE. No. S!!.
I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Thursday night.
Visiting brethren welcome.
OUR l'KICE ON LARD IS ALWAYS CHEAPER THAN ELSE-
WHERE. SHIPMENTS ARRIVING SIX TO EIGHT A MONTH
OCR STOCK COMPRISES THE PRODUCT OF TWO TO THREE
OF THE REST MAKERS.
R LH„ 5 LB. AND 10 LB. PA11.S AT iilf. SSc. 47c, 55c. 00c. 91.10
THE BOSTON GROCERY
We Deliver $1.00
FORMERLY, "SOUTHWESTERN TEH & COFFEE CO."
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