The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 309, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 1, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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Going on next week. Don't
missthisopportunity of lay-
ing in a supply of Groceries
at a remarkable low figure.
"Good Things To Eat*'
C&st Matin St.
Two Phones 722
J Washington, D. C., Sept. 'l.—
♦ Oklahoma, partly cloudy.
a. m.. 71; 10 a. m., 74; 12
77; 3 p. m„ 32
I Local News 1
Air slack lime ror sanitary pur-
poses for sale by the Taylor Lumber
Co., 9th and Oklahoma sts. Phone
No. 112. 10-2w
James Martin is an\ Oklahoma City
H. T. Bradford of Clinton, Okla., Is
a guest of Oliver Galbraith.
Our big night school begins Sep-
tember 1st. We teach bookkeeping
shorthand and typewriting; tuition
$1.00 per month. Phone 474.
WESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Thomas McColgan of Tecumseh
went to McLoud this morning.
... PRESENTING ...
"Girl from The
Prices ioc & i5c
Gusste Callahan 871
Ollle Patchtn 813
Maggie Mansure gj
Lula Squires lj
Traveling Auditor Hill of the Rocx
Island is Int Shawnee today.
S. Sternberg a id son. Jerome,, have
returnsd from St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. C. C. Hawk is expected to re-
turn today from a visit with heir par-
ents at Prague.
Conductor Sam Aldrich of the Rock
Island was accompanied on his regu-
lar run today by his wife.
Mrs. Carrie Morrow is expected to
arrive today from Brooklyn, N. Y,.
fur an extended visit with her slsiter,
Mrs. Will Wise of North Minnesota.
LAZIEST UNION MAN
Dock Clinton 200
A. E. Kelley 182
Curley McManigal 31
E. D. Herskantss 15
Chester Goodnight 3
Jack Fauble Q
Ed Hammond 5
The voting contest will close Sat
urday right at 9 o'clock In Trades
TAKAHIRA VISITS TEDDY.
Oyster Bay. Sept. 1.—Baron Kogo
Takahlra. the Japanese ambassador
to the United States was the most
important visitor to President Roose
velt at Sagamore Hill. The baron
came on the morniri? train and re-
mained with the president until noon.
He said that he had come to see the
president oit a diplomatic mission
and as a result a number of changes
of minor importance may be expected
shortly. Just what these changes
are to be the ambassador did not
care to say. Their announcement, lie
said, would be made in Washington
soon. Baron Takahlra said that the
sailors and officers of the American
Atlantic cattleship fleet would
ceive a royal welcome when they
reached Japan in October.
The assistant secretary of flje de-
partment of agriculture. W. M. Hayes
and Herbert Myrick, editor of the As
rlculturalist, were received by the
president after he "nad talked with
the Japanese ambassador. They
talked with him on matters connect
ed with Mr. Roosevelt's plan of up
lifting the farm r of the country.
Mrs. Weeks antf son left today for
Eugene, Ore., for an extended visit.
Harry Pierson of the Oklahoma Nit
tlonal baulc has returned from a Col-
NEW POST CARDS AT YUNT8
BOOK SHOP, 123 MAIN 8T.
J. W. Rubey, president of the Okla-
homa National bank, has returned
from Golden. Colo.
See E . L. Estes Plumbing Co. for
lead stwer pipes. 22-2t
Deputy Sheriff Hatfield is in Mc-
Loud today on official business.
Miss Ora Van Voorhis of Oklahoma
City is a guest of the family of her
bi other, Rev. F. L. Van Voorhis.
J. M. Snedaker left last night for
Guthrie to assume hlB duties
freight agent for the Katy there.
The retail merchants' association
held an Interesting meeting last night
in# the Chamber of Commerce rooms.
The attendance was large.
Phone 45. E. I.. Estes Plumbing Co
212 North Broadway. Sewer connec-
tions, lead pipe service connections
Miss Mary Crist left this morning
for New Mexico where she will teacn
school this fall and winter.
Bread, buna, Parker House roils, da
namon rolls, fresh every day at 1!
o'clock. Rodeclter'a Vienna Bakery.
The regular Sunday editioni of the
Enid News carried eight pages of ad-
vertising for Enid merchants.
A trip to Colorado Springs for the
most popular union woman In Shaw-
nee—see the labor day committee.
A large consignment of fine grapes
arrived via express Monday evening
for a Shawnee wholesale house.
Get Into the game with a candidate
for the Trades Assembly prizes for
the laziest man anld the most popu-
lar woman. 15-if.
Dan Craftotii and Cash Cade have
returned from McAlester where they
attenHed the republican conference
Claude Rorer, Clint Rorer. Wallace
Wilson, E. C. Robinson and A. L.
Brown will leave this week on
hunting trip into Old Mexico.
That lazy union friend of yours
may win the prize. Get him In the
garre—see the labor day committee.
Fratfe Soper, the cotton buyer who
has had headquarters at Shawnee
and Oklahoma City for several years,
has arrived from England after a vis-
it of five month# there.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW
POST CARDS AT YUNTS BOOK
The case of J. C. Campbell, charged
with assault with a deadly weapon,
has been certified by Justice H it
Johnson to the grand jury.
There are many Imitations of De-
Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve
but Just one original. Sold by C. R.
Miss Helen Leslie Webb of Shaw-
nee has accepted a position as su-
pervisor of drawing in the public
schools of Franklin, Ind. She has
previously held a similar position in
You cannot fool all the people all the
time. Anyone may know who pays the
expense of doing business.
Usually the man who pays cash and takes his
goods with him helps to pay the expense of de-
livering to the other mau, also helps pay the
account of the man who never pays. You may
save all that by trading with us. The daily in
crease in our business since we quit delivering
shows that people appreciate attractive prices.
You cannot afford to miss getting our prices.
Reed Queensware & Grocery Go.
14 WEST MAIN
Postmaster and Mrs. W. S. Cade
and daughter, Mrs. Guy Templetoii:
have returned from a trip to the
north via Mississippi river steamer.
NOW DAYS IT IS YUNTS BOOK
SHOP FOR NOVELTIES AND NEW
THINGS IN POST CARDS.
George Nelson, local agent for the
Santa Fe, is making extensive im
provements on his residence or
North Broadway. The entire build
ii*g is being remodeled and enlarged
New and Second hand household
bought and sold by A. F.
Streight & Co., 306 East Main-
phone 940. Aug, 31-3mo.
Fire Chief L. A. Brown is expected
to return! this afternoon from the
north where he attended the national
convention of the firemen at Chicago
as delegate at large from Oklahoma
and visited points of interest.
Oscar Whitecotton and Miss Birdie
McConnell were married Monday by
Rev. F. L. Van Voorhis of the First
Christian* church, at the home of Jim
McKinnis at the corner of Ridgewood
G. M. Small of the Majestic air-
dome left this morning for Tulsa to
attend the meeting of the managers
of the Middle West Alrdome circuit
Mr. Small Is a member of the execu-
tive board of the managers' associa-
Are you going to let Estes Plumb-
ing Co. figure your plumbing. There Is
where you will save that money. We
employ the best workm«n. 22-dt
Lon Foster, who formerly conduct-
ed the Shawnee Seed House, has gone
to Oklahoma City, where he will
again enter the employ of the Bart-
eldes Seed company. Mrs. Foster
will visit for a month at her home In
Then and now, it was worth more
a month ago, before we opened fo
business—If you appreciate the sav
Ing give us the business. E. L. Est'ss
Plumbing Co., 212 North Broadway
Mrs. S. C. Varner died Saturday
evening at her home on North Harri-
son!. She leaves a husband and three
small children. Funeral services
were conducted from the Baptist
church Sunday evening at 5 o'clock.
Interment was in Fairview cemetery.
An early shipment of fall woolens
has arrived. Those wishing to place
an order for future delivery will do
well to call J. F. Graham Tailor, 11?
North Broadway. 14-12t.
The Oklahoma state tennis tourna-
ment opened this morning at Put-
nam park. Oklahoma City. Players
from Kansas. Missouri, Texas and
Oklahoma will contest for honors.
The Shawnee Tennis club Is repre-
sented by Henry Stone, E. J. Peters,
A. H. Thomas and others.
The ladles of the Catholic churc'a
will serve dinner and supper also Ice
cream and cold drinks at Benson' Park
on Labor Day. 24-
The city council will meet tonight
if enough of the members fail to go
to the show. There will be a peti-
tion presented by property owners on
Eleventh street for the paving ot
that street through to Klckapoo and
also a petition for the parking of
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve Is the best thing to use for
Piles. Sold by C. R. Harryman.
BAMBURGTAKES NEW POSITION
Muskogee, Okla., Sept. 1.—William
Bamberg, state agent of plant indus-
try in the United States agricultural
department, who has been in Soutli
ern Oklahoma for a year, has accept
ed a position as genieral agricultural
and industrial agent for the Queen
City and Crescent railroad, running
between New Orleans and Cincinnati.
The work of Mr. Bamberg has been
important to the state. He has made
his headquarters at Ardmore and
from there worked ini a dozen of the
southern (♦nifties, especially those
bordering on the Red river.
He has endeavored to instill gov
ernment ideas into the farmers (if
the counties and to give ihem th:
benefit of half a century of experi
menting and practical knowledge
that the government has acquired in
It is not. known whether the gov-
ernment will send another agent to
take the place, but If not there will
be a strong demand made by the
farmers of the section Interested for
a man to carry out the ideas and give
, CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.
The cemetery association! will hold
a meeting with Mrs. Willard Johns-
ton Friday. September 4, at 4 o'clock
P. m. Every lady interested is
urged to be present as business of
importance will come before the as-
MISS GRACE ALLNUTT.
Graduate of the Ohio Conservatory
of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio. Teacher
of Piano and Theory. Desires pupils.
646 North Market St. 28-lm
b very careful about her churn. Rh«
Icalds It thoroughly after usin&, and glv«
It a sun bath to sweeten It. She knows
that if her churn Is sour It will taint the
butter that is made In It. The stomach Is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and nutrltlva tracts are performed pro-
cesses which are almost eiactly like the
churning of butt«r. Is it not apparent
then that If this stomach-churn Is foul It
makes foul all which Is put Into It?
The evil of a foul stomach Is not alone
the bad taste In the mouth and the foul
breath caused by It; but the corruption of
the pure current of blood and the dissem-
ination of disease throughout the body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stomach sweet.
It does for the stomach what the washing
and sun bath do for thechurn—absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting ele-
ment. In this way It cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors ordiseases arising from bad blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste In
your mouth, coated tongue, loul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel depress,-,i
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
dlizy attacks, gnawing or distress In atom-
ach, constipated or Irrcgoliu bowels, sour
or bitter risings after eailiu; ami pout
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider
able number of tlicm. Indicate tluit you an
suffering from blllousne - tun id ..r Ian
liver with t ho u*u;,l a
Sestlon, or dyspepsia and ti., ir uiipndatit
■l.teMiiiK vqtntuci.,vx. :■ .. .
PIffnKiUX. t this is Absolutely iv\ <
will be readily proven to yoursat« actio:
If you will but mull a poM.il «•: id r«M>u.
to Dr. R. V. IVive. Iliiftalo. N V., f, y
free copy of his l .>«►!.• lot of extracts (ron.
the standard medical authorities, giv'tu:
the names uf :•!! the inure*hi nts entcriny
Into his wo? 'd-fanted m< 'icings and :how-
ing what t! e uio-t, eminent medical uiaB
of the age na> of thejl*
OHIOANS IGNORE HASKELL.
Ottawa O., Sept. 1.—Residents of
this county, of which Ottawa Is the
seat, the former homo of C. N. Has-
kell, are commenting on the fact
that 1 he Putnam County Sentinel
democratic, in a plea for campaign
contributions, requests its readers to
send the money direct to Mr Bryan
igtyoriifc Haskell at Guthrie, Okla
the national democratic treasurer.
One prominent democrat of Ohio
when questioned today said:
"Perhaps the people of Putnam
county know Haskell so thoroughly
that the mention of his name in con-
nection with a plea for Rryanl cons
trlbutlons might have a had effect-
might'. In fact, his unpopularity
might have n tendency to entlrelv
stop contributions that would other-
wise be made. Yes, Haskell is viv-
idly remebered as a former resident
of Putnam county."
Democrats and republicans alike
here in Ohio, smile significantly
who* Haskell's name is mentioned
inl connection with the Brvan cam
WHEN YOU NEXT HAVE A PRESCRIPTION TO FILL BRING
IT TO US. r
YOUR DOCTOR WILL BE DELIGHTED IF YOU DO, FOR HE
KNOWS THAT OUR D1 OS ARE FRESH, THEREFORE CON-
TAIN THE FULL AMOUNT OF ACTIVE PRINCIPLE.
WHEN YOU GOT HOME NOTE THE NEATNESS OF THE
PACKAGE AND EVIDENCES OF CARE IN THE PREPARA-
TION. WE DO NOT CHARGE ANY MORE THAN ANYONE
PROMPT DELIVERY. PHONE 40.
RAILROAD BUILDING DEMO STATE
BENSON PARK RINK
Open Every Afternoon
Good Music and First-class
Week day afternoon Ladies'
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
We Solicit the Patronage of
all Respectable People
F. E. Holliday's
124 North Beard St.
Horse Shoeing Neatly
Done and Guaranteed
STUDENTS TO DIG.
Norman. Okla.. Sept. 1.—The day
of the Italian and Greaser laborer Is
pone as far as Norman is concernrd.
State university students are to bo
drafted Into ditch digging and brick
cleaning pang's President Evanfe of
the university proposes to use a hun
dred upon the cleaning of about
1,000,000 brick left from the ruins of
the malm building and In the erection
of several buildings that are to be
erected 011 the campus this fall and
Mayor John E. Millar thinks that he
can use a hundred more on the $80.-
000 of municipal Improvements that
began last month. The boys will be
paid twenty cents an hour.
Added to these two Jobs are those
of laundrymen. suit pressers, hotel
clerks, etc.. which will make the total
of men working all or part of their
way through the state university
total about two hundred and fifty.
NEWS WANT ADS PAY WELL.
Dr. H. Stucker
Reception Room 24 Phone 595
Corner N. Broadway and 9th St.
F. E. Holliday's
John McBride, Floor Man
124 N. Beard St.
East End Confectionary
East Main has been Improved
by the opening of a
Everything in Bakery Goods,
Ice Cream Sodas. Fruits and
Tobaccos. Visit our neat little
ice cream parlor. Drinks of all
H. G. Van Antwerp,
704 E. Main Proprietor
I HAVE SECURED THE EX-
CLUSIVE AGENCY FOR ALL
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS AND
TO AVOID DELAY ON TH3
OPENING OJf SCHOOL BRING
C. B. Robertson
104 East Main
Guthrie. Okla., Sept. 1.—The report
that the Cherryvale, Oklahoma and
Texas railroad, chartered a number
of years ago by W. R. Stubbs the
republican nominee for goverrlor of
Kansas, and State Senator S. M. Por-
ter of Caney. Kas., has been finished
In London, making Its early con-
struction certain was confirmed by
Senator Porter during the past week
while vistirte in Coffeyvllle. The first
half million of funds, he says, will be
here this fall with which to com-
mence the work. The other will fol
low as the road Is built.
The route of the road has been
changed recently according to Sena-
tor Porter, and Instead of running
from Cherryvale southwest to Paw
ituska and to Perry, in Noble county,
It is more liable ro turn southward
from Pawhuska, the capital of the
Osage nation. ai<d come to Guthrie,
thence to Oklahoma City. It will run
north of the Katy on the way tc
Guthrie. The original Intention, too,
was to build through Kingfisher nnd
Geary Instead of Oklahoma City. Th
total length will be 215 miles.
The surveyors of the St. Louis, Ok-
lahoma and Southern railroad, build-
ing south arri west from Joplln. and
' now completed to Tahlequah, Okla.,
are now selecting the route from Tab
lequah to Fort Gibson' and Muskogee,
(he main camp being near Fort Gib-
son, the road being routed through
the southern portion of that town.
From semi-official authority it is
learned that the Missouri, Kansas
and Texas company will extend Its
Wilburton^ Okla., branch from that
point to Little Rock, Ark., via Hot
Springs. The survey, It Is under-
stood Is completed, and It Is expected
to have train* running into Little
Rock within another year. The com
pany's plans are ultimately to build
this line eastward to Memphis and
W. L. McLaughlin of the North
western. Chicago. Burlington and
Qulncy and other trunk lines, heads
a new organization in Oklahoma,
ki hwn the Oklahoma and New Mex-
ico Railway company, and Intends
building a line from Eastern New
Mexico through this state to Okla-
homa Cltyi A surveying party is
now in ramp near Guymon. In Texas
county. The proposed road Is routed
similarly to several others chartered
during the past few years, with tho
Ir tuition of penetrating a section of
this state thus far without adeqaae
The Denlson and Northern project,
bulldiufg northeast from Denlson.
i Texas through the Chickasaw nation
In Oklahoma. |« again being revived,
this time by W. S. Baldwin of Sl
Louis, the special representative of
the company. An attempt Is being
made to Interest the towns along the
proposed line and tentative contracts
•vrre made during the past week
with Duncani Loco and other towns
In Southern Oklahoma. A proposition
was al&o made to the Lawton cham-
ber of commeren. Right of way and
cosh bonus are being asked.
The proposed Quarhh and South-
western railroad, glvng Oklahoma a
direct extension and outlet southwest
toward El Paso. Is of special Interest
In this state. The survey was com-
pleter1 during the week to the Pease
river, and the committees named to
secure right of way report but little
trouble met with. The canyons this
side of Pease river are causing the
promoters of the road much worry,
but1 a suitable route Is believed tc
hove been selected.
Come to the band concert in Wood-
land park Friday, September 4. The
ladies of the First M. E. church will
serve ice cream and cake. 2-2t.
The socialists will give an lco cream
social at the home of E. D. Cooper.
117 North Park Saturday evening at
8 o'clock. Ice cr^am and cake will be
served. Price 10 cents. 28-lt
Fair as the fairest llry,
Your complexion it can be.
If you'll but take occasionally,
A drink of Rocky Mountain Tea.
Soi3 by Sh*-*mee Drug Co. '
CONVENTION JO BE
1 ulsa Okla.. Sept. 1.—The presence
here of Gevornor Haskell and co-
horts, W. H. Murray and plentiful
sprinkling of the squirrel rifles, and
the conspicuous absence of Charles
West, attorney general who. accord-
ing to Guthrie advices is skulking im
his tent, or rather office, in the state
house seriously considering tho prop-
osition of resigning the position of
the state's—or more properly gov-
ernor's—law officer. Indicates tho
adoption of a strongly Haskellized
However, the attorney general's
friends fear that such au attitude will
be prejudicial to him, and talk is to
the cffect that he may yet appear at
the session) before the hour of con-
Enemies of the state dispensary
system, and they are legion, but not
sufficiently so—have In contemplation
a bitter fight against platform expres-
sion favoring the dispensary. It Is
anticipated that the bitterest fight
will come with the Introduction) of
such a plank. lit the event the reso-
lutions committee is controlled by the
governor's partisans—and all indica-
tions are that such will be the case
—the report of such a plank will be
the signal for an active fight from
the floor of the convention against
The school lamd propaganda will
come In for a severe grilllitg. Which
ever faction Is victorious, the split is
so acute that it will tax the Haskell
steam roller to the extreme to iron
out the bitterness engendered in Che
Opinion generally is that the gov-
ernor's brand will be securely im-
printed upon the platform, and after
that, the deluge.
The "steam roller' which has been
dolr fr manual service throughout tho
state for weeks past in strongly In-
surgent districts, has been brought
here, and the indications here this
evening are that It will be applied to
delegations whose Insurgency is
chronic. The generalllslomo, realiz-
ing that If the spirited floor sklrmisii
concerning the dispeilsary. the school
lands, the endorsement of tho admin-
istration. Is permitted to break out
It won't sound well with the demo-
crats at home, who are anxiously
watching the proceedings In view
of recent developments. greatly
strengthening the dictator's position.
State Agent Lozler, since his arriv-
al, has been closely within the beck
and call of his master—the governor
—for with him It's a case of stay with
the ship or drown.
One aspect of the convention, par-
ticularly, Is unique nnd after events
will likely prove its ewciency—the
lack of accredited delegates. This
provision may develope into a form-
idable power in the machine's hands
for the adoption of a Haskellized plat-
The Guthrie contingent here, com-
prised of state officials and pollti-
einns Is the big crowd of the conven-
Governor and Mrs. C. N. Haskell
arti Speaker William H. Murray,
Chief Justice R. L. Williams, J. D.
Burke, secretary of the state central
committee; Mrs. F. B. Lucas. State
Treasurer Menefee, Judge S. W.
Hays, Judge J. J. Dunn. G. C. Stark,
W. H. Paul. Secretary Charles F. Bar-
rett, of the state board of agricul-
ture: Superintendent R. E. Lozler of
the state agency: W. O. Fleming, N.
A. Gordon. O. T. Smith. Luther Hutch-
ins, A. D. Humbarbar, Frank Mer-
rick. Mark Goodwin, O. D. Hall, Ham
Bee, Ed O. Cassldy. W. C. Hughes, J.
M. Hays. L. D. Marr, Roy C. Oaks,
Judge M. J. Kane, E. D. Cameron. J.
P. Connors. Secretary Llnta of tho
state election board; Leo Meyers.
Ross Llllard and Charles4 A. Taylor
completing the roster.
The following are the Logan coun-
ty delegates that left yesterday after-
noon for Tulsa:
W. D. Williamson, L. G. Nlblac!*,
Frank Olsmlth, J. A Harris. Harvey
C. Olds, J. D. Burke, M. E. Trapp. N.
A. Gordon, John Scribblns Dr. Mc-
Connehey. A. R. Eastman* Lew Ford.
H. L. Dyche, C. H. Lee. John Reed,
James Gilmore. J. J. Haslett, W. H.
Mathews. James Lovell. John Favor,
Nelson Syler. E Craig. Felix Adler, C.
D. Foster and O. T. Smith.
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