The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 309, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 1, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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A WANT AD IN THE NEWS
NEWS WANT ADS F-AY WELL.
Stenographers and Book-
keers are in Great Demand
During the last v.cek wu have been
asked to till is stenographic and
bookkeeping positions which will •>-
open between now anil the 15tn ol
September. We only bav, about on -
half this number of prepared sin
dents ready to accept. I his Is i
opportunity for tho.8-who are.pre-
pared. ARE YOU PREPARED. H
you are not prepared, our regutar
Full Ttnn begins this week. vv
teach the latest md most Unproved
methods In Bookkeeping. Higher Ac-
counting, Banking and Shorthand
Lei us hi-lp you to succeed, ( all an I
see us at once. Our rates are rea-
sonable. and t.rms of pay"lent ea«y.
Ask about our Night School. 1 hone
474. Over postofflce.
Western Business College.
Fort Worth, Tel. Sept. L—Ojp
trary to outside expectations the
tional Farmers' union will fix a mln
lmum price for the new crop of co -
ion and will at once ln*u^r*t*. £
holding movement in connection With
,h., plan of at lling gradually direct
,o the splnrkr. the like of which has
never been witnessed In American
circlPR of crop marketing and P"ce
That 'he fixed price will not Da
lower than 12 cfnls and more, protv
.,i,iv 14 or IB cents, Is regarded a
Policeman Pony Moore had an un^
Believing that they nold the bal
aAce of power, the farmers expect to
the west bound Hock Island trai.
started to pull out a woman carrying
a little babe and am nn carrying a
suit case and umbrella attempted to
board It. Mr. Moore with his u ual
gallantry took charge of tn cnim.
and assisted the woman to board the
train, which was then pulling out,
while the man secured himself on
the steps of a car when' the door of
the vestibule was closed. Moore
th n mounted the same steps, anld as
the train gained headwty was unable
tc dispose of the child and dlsmo in
shove the price up immediately upon
the opening of their operations. Tha.
the market will Jump to 12 cents in
sixty or ninety days is said to lie not
onlv I heir hope but their expectation.
That the union Is In a financial po-
sition to hold as high as I.MO.nnO
bales as long as twelve months is tb
authentic Information secured.
In order that the holdlilg may com-
m nee without further delay, the na-
tional convention will give Its first
attention to the fixing of the price
* ' President
WILL WEST RESIGN?
Guthrie. Okla., Sept. 1.—Friends of
Attorney General Charles J. West,
who by the state supreme court de-
cision last Saturday was shorn of all
powtr maintain that he Will resign
his office, since, by being absolutely
uifder the dictation of Governor Has-
kell. who become ex-offlcio attorney
general, he will be powerless to car-
ry out any of the reform matters h.;
has scheduled. His friends also
maintain that West Is eliminated en
tlrely because Haskell is appointing
special legal counsel for the various
The News Classified Want Ads
WANT ADS IN
Where small ads are classified for
our readers that they may receive
big Returns on a Small Investment.
WANT ADS IH
THE NEWS CAN
WHAT YOU WAN!
Ro-.ning House lor Rent
tile door remaining closed. H® L.,li(.h mll„t lie demanded.
to the yard ofllce. where an exchange N(1||, „f ,hP Texas union Is hope
was made. The incident was watched: fu| ,)r|ce will be fixed on tJr
with considerable ln""e«t and amu*o
i;), nt by the crowd about the tttlofl.
Kodol will, without doubt, make
your stomach strong and will almost
Instantly relieve you of all the symp-
toms of Indigestion. Get a bottle ■ f
It today. It Is sold here by C. It.
FREE—A 21-room house, sultaole
tor a boarding house will give first
to days free, If party will take a lease
on the same. Apply to C. Pilcher
801 1-2 E. Main.
EMIGRATOR CALLS MEET.
Tulsa, Okla., Sept. 1—George
Washington, an aged negro, whose
home Is at Okmulgee, Is preparing to
call 11 State convention of negroes to
take up the proposition of colonizing
Liberia with Oklahoma nagroi s.
Washington recently returned from
Liberia where he spent more than h
year ill kl the sight of black men In
i heir own country, living under laws
made and administered by negroes,
has led the Oklahoma negro to be-
lieve that the salvation of his race
can be solved by returning to the
native heath of the black man.
Since hie return to Oklahoma,
Washington has beeii going up and
down the state advocating taking a
colony of Oklahoma negroes to Li-
beria. and the proposition is meeting
with favor among the race. In no
other state in the Union are negroes
as rich and prosperous as in! Okla
homa where the freedman shares
with the Indian in the distribution of
lands and vested funds. Coweta has
a negro millionaire and the Cree.t
and Cherokee nations are full of ne
groes who count' their wealth by the
hundreds of thousarifls. In spite of
this wealth these same negroes, it is
said, would welcome a return to Af-
rica. and there endeavor to solve tin-
destiny of the colored race.
The convention proposed by Wash-
ington Is to be held late in Septem-
ber or early it* October, probably it
first day's session—'Tuesday. He is
prepared thoroughly to uphold the
Texas end of the tight and Is ondy
waiting for the rational convention
to fix the price until he will Issue t
proclamation to the 300.000 Texas
members outlining the new plnns amT
calling upon them for vigorous, coin
It has beeii generally understood
on the outside that the central sell-
ing agerry plan, calling for sales di-
rect to the spinner, would supplant
the minimum and holding features
but now it develops that this infor-
mation has been used only as a blind
to the real objects of the union lead-
ers. The reported plan to cast' a veil
of secrecy around the minimum price
if tlxed also begins to disappear, as
the farmers realize that secrecy
would be almost Impossible. In not
recommending a minimum price tne
Texas union merely left the matter
up to the natlor.hl body.
It's a pity when sick ones drug tho
stomach or stimulate the Heart and
Kidneys. That is all wrong! A
weak stomach means weak Stomach
nerves, always. And this is also true
of the Heart and Kidneys. The weak
nerves are Unstead crying out for
help. This explains why Dr. Shoop's
Restorative is promptly helping
Stomach, Heart and Kidney ailments
The Restorative reaches out for the
actual cause of these aliments the
falling "inside nerves." Anyway test
the Restorative 48 hoifrs. It won t
curse so soon* as that but" you will
surely krtow that help Is coming.
Sold by Wallace Mann.
A pleasing good, high grade, truly
flavored amber colored cup of coffee
ca* be had—and without the real
Coffee danger, or damage to health
—by simply using Dr. Shoop's new
substitute, called "Health Coffee.'
Pi^re. wholesome toasted cereal3,
malt, nuts, etc., make Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffee both healthful and sat-
isfying. No 20 to 30 minutes tedious
boiling. "Made In a minute" says
Dr. Snoop. If served as coffee, It's
taste will event trick an expert. Test
It and see.—C. O. D. Grocery. *
A MANUFACTURING company with
established business In Dallas, about
to establish a plant in Oklahoma,
wants active men with $2,000 to $3,000
to take interest; product staple; bl?
profits; splendid opening in Oklaho-
ma. Box 622, Dallas, Tex 9-lm
FOR 8ALE—All kinds of city and
farm property. Call and see me. A. ti
Kennedy, over Oklahoma Nat. Bank.
NEVER HEARD KIND WORD.
Muskogee, Okla., Sept. 1.—"1 never
went to school a day ill my life; 1
never saw inside of a church; I never
heard a kind word spoken to me that
I can remember."
This statement was made today by
Walter Lewis, !> years old, con/flned
in the county jail at Muskogee coun
ty charged with stealing horses.
The case surprises the county ofll
clals. The boy admits that he stole
a horse and buggy, and when through
with it left it at a livery stable. He
shows no regret.
There is no reform school in Ok-
lahoma. So far the prosecuting at
torney has found no place to send the
boy. In the meanftime he is in the
county Jail, where he Is thrown In
contact with hardened criminals day
The boy's parents are dead, and no
one seems Interested in getting him
him out of jail, although he cannot
be sentenced to the penitentiary for
no penitentiary warden would receiv
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY tor
sale by A. E. Kennedy, over Oklaho-
ma Nat. Bank, Shawnee, Okla. 11-lm
SENDS TAFT BIG HORSE.
Washington. Sept. 1.—llezekiah
Loon of Appleville, Kas.. easily wins
Itrt the cortfest to furnish a horse that
will be able to carry Candidate Taft
Brigadier-General Clarence R. Ed-
wards received from him today t.ie
"I see by the papers that you are
looking for a nice large horse for
Taft. I've not. one that in so big I
had to build a special stall to keep
him in. He's twenty-live hands high
and weighs 3.5(H) pounds stripped.
He's a native of Kansas, where the
corn grows three feet over night
when the weather is good.
"I ought to ask a lot of money for
him, but I am a great admirer of
Mr. Taft arid would regard It as at
honor to have him ride one of my
horses. So l am sending this one
free by freight It's adressed to your
office and ought to reach there some
All parties owing money to the firm
known as Watson anil Shaw will pay
T. H. Watson at Uunlon Avenue Liv
ery barn. T. H. WATSON
Little Rock, Ark., Sept, 1.—State
Auditor Avery E. Moore announced
that he doubled whether he would is
su. any pesion warrants III Arkan-
sas this year, owing to a question of
interpretation of the law governing
If Auditor Moore decides to not 1s-
lAir the warrants. It will withhold
$472,000 from mothers, widows and
relatives of old soldiers 111 Arkansas,
as thoro Is that amount in rhe treas-
ury to be distributed.
The law requires that no appropria-
tions be made for longer than, two
years. Tile question of re-appropria j
ting the pension! fund never arose,'
however, until now, and It Is the di-
rect result of the decision of the Ark-
ansas supreme court to the effect that
no money could lie spent on the new
State eapitol building until the cnpltol
fund Is roapproprlated.
High Class Moving Pic-
tures. 40 minutes profit-
able entertainment. Only
the best. Ladies and child
ren courteously treated.
AAMIT f'ANCE 5 Cents
ICE W TER. ELECTRIC FANS
Guthrie, Okla,. Sept. 1.—Chairman
Norris of the republican stale com-
mittee yesterday Issued a call for a
meeting here Thursday of the execu-
tive and flnanclul coniniltees of th '
state central committee. A completed
list of republican nominees for pres-
idential electors was today filed with
the state election hoard.
Kodol will, in a very short time,
enable the stomach to do the work
should do, and the work it should do
it to dlgost all the food you cat. It
makes the stomach sweet and It is
pteasawt to take. It is sold here by
C. R. Harryman.
A clever, popular Candy Cold Cure
Tablet—called Preventlx—Is belns
dlsptnsed by druggists everywhere.
In a few hours. Preventlcs are said
to break any cold—completely. AiM
Preventlcs, being so snfe and tooth-
some. are very fine for children. Nj
Quinine, no laxative, nothli* harsh
nor sickening. Box of 48—25 cents.
Sold by Wallace Ma:«n.
SOCIETY WOMEN CROWD COURT.
Vinita Okla . Sept. 1.—'Vinita
clety women filled the district court
room today during the argument in
the case wherein Mrs. Fleeta Klin* s
elter, proprietory of a hardware store
and one of the prominent women of
the city, was charged with assault
and batten committed on the person
of Geneva I>ewis. i.er 10-yearoUl
niece. The case came up on an ap-
peal from the county court and was
remanded to the justice court for re-
The alleged assault was mad-1
about three weeks ago. Mrs. Klinef-
elter is alleged to have knocked the
girl down with a hard substance and
seriously bruised her head.
MUSKOGEE PHOENIX SOLO^
Muskogee, Okla . Sept. 1.—Clar-
ence B. llouglis. who has for many
vears been editor of the Muskogee
Phoenix tli lamest republican pa
per lrl Eastern Oklahoma, has an
nounced that he has sold all hi* lu
terest In the paper to George C
Hench. manager of the St. Louis
branch of the Associated Press. Mr
Hench will tak^ editorial charge of
the paper In two weeks. It Is under
stood that Dennis Flynn also be
comes Interested In the Phoenix.
Mr. Flvrm Is a candidate for the T'nl-
ted States senate Douglas has on-
posed Flynn a: >1 also the nomination
of Taft. It Is generally known that
Flvnn and Tarns Bixby own a <on-
trolling interest in. the Phoenix.
WANTED—Experienced and ap-
prentices In millinery. Apply Mrs
D. I. Verhlne.
They Take the Kinks Out
"I have used Dr. King's New I.lfe
Pills for many years with Increasing
satisfaction. They take the kinks
out of stomach, liver and bowels,
without fuss or friction,' says N. H
n;a City. lta.iV
Real Estate for Sale
WANTED—A modern cottage. Ad-
dress renter care newB Price and k>
WANTED—A solicitor; pay com-
mission or salary. Call at News office
WANTED AGENTS—Our Dash
Board Line Holder making agents
rich; sells at sight to every buggy
owner, $100 to $200 a month made
easy. Sample postpaid 30c sliver.
Wholesale Supply Co., Valdosta, Ga.
FOR RENT—Two nice front office
rooms, second floor, centrally located.
Address T. H. W , care of Shawnee
WANTED—Boys with horses to de-
liver the Daily News. Apply at office
at 4 o'clock p. m.
MEN—The Vacuum Treatment per-
manently curs vital waknss, varico-
cele, soructure and enlarges; con'J-
dent.al. Charier. Mfg. Co., Charl-s
luildlng, Denver, Colo. 15-lm
PIANO MOVING—Special vans for
moving pianos; pianos stored. We do
a general moving, packing and ship-
ping business. Hively Music Com-
pany, 119 E. Main. Phone 920. 5-lm
WANTED—Your Job printing of any
kind at tie S'^wnee News office, cor-
ner o Ma'ii . nil Ihlladelphla.
WANTED—Every cltlxen who has
anything they wish to sell or rent, to
place a three line ad In The News
three times, 25c
FOR SALE—.N'ow 1« the time to In-
vest in city property; get you a house
at the right price on the best terms.
We have a few choice bargains rang-
lug from $500 to $4,000; cannot fail
to be pleased; don't delay in seeing
Geo. E. McKlnnl3 Co., No. 110 N.
Union, phone 1100. 12-u
For Rent or For Sale
FOR RENT OR SALE—Well im
proved farm, 65 acres, balance tn hay.
B miles N and one W of Shawnee in
Klckapoo. Apply 651 N. Park. 30-tf
FOR SALE—$37 folding bed and a
$37.60 coal and wood range. See F,
E. B., at News office. 10-tt
FOR RENT—Suite of furnished
'.i'tos on ground floor for light house
ki.cj ing. Gas for cooking Call at 328
Ko'it Philadelphia ave. T it
FOR RENT—Two furnished room.?
for sleeping, 228 North Union, $6:50
per month each. 26-3t
FOR RENT—Six room furnished
house, also 5 room furnished liause.
t pply at 210 North Union, Phone 953
NOLL ROOMS—115% Sodth Broad
way excellent beds. Rates reasonable.
Haskett & Ritchie, French dry
cleaners, dyers and pressers. 114 S.
Broadway, rear The Leader, Shaw-
nee, Okla. Telephone 1171. 28-ot
WHY PAY RENT—When 1 will furn-
ish lot nnd build house to suit and
sell to you on small payments. Call
and see me, S. C. Vinson, room 5,
over Shawnee National Bank. 17-lm
FOR RENT—Three rooms for ren1'-,
in Scott Flats, everything modern. J.
C. Parker, agent. Phone 1082. 26-if
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms at
1011-2 East Main street. 29-tf
FREE—Liberal sample Conkey's lice
powder and valuable poultry boo'£ it
you bring this ad or send 5c pontage
to Joe Waring, El Reno, Okla. 22-1 m
PRIVATE RESCUE HOME FOR
GIRLS; babies adopted. Nahona Col-
lins, 1614 Gould ave.. North Fori
Worth, phone 5207. 19-lm
LADIES, NOTICE—Lr. A. B. Keathy
345 State street, Dallas, Texas, safely
treats all monthly complrtnts, private
troubles of women; ladles' home dur-
ing confinement; infants adopted.
Write or call. 11-lm
Three nice unfurnished rooms with
bath In the Scott flats, No. 20, East
Tenth Street, $10.00 & month. In-
quire of J. C. Parker at No. 1251-2 N
Get your shoes repaired at
I have purcsased Shrop-
shire's shoe shop and solicit
a share of your work. Prices
reasonable and work guar-
anteed. Call and see me.
lip to=Date Repair Shop
No. 6. W. Main
James Von Tress, Prop.
PRESENTING HI6H CLASS
MISS EFFIE B. McCAULLEY
Will answer calls day or night.
Phone 651. 216 North K'.mberly.
FOR RENT—Store room, locate* on
East Main st. Apply J. Pllc'ner, over
News office. 10-lm
FOR RENT—27 room rooming house
aath, gas and electric lights all In
8rst class shaye. Apply to C. Pilcher
>ver the News office. 4-tI
Houses to Rent
FOR RENT—5 room cottage at 430
North Pottenger street. Call at 219
North Union. Phone 860. 8-tf
PARTIS WISHING section maps of
Pottawatmle county can buy same -it
The Shawnee News office. 20-if
FOR SALE—$376 will buy a nl
four-room cottage at '325 South Lin
coin street; rents for $G per month;
two blocks of Franklin school. Sec
L. C. Haggard, 202 S. Bell st. 31-t>t
FOR SALE—Nicest 100 feet on N.
Kickapoo, $375 ,lf taken this wee:;.
See R. P. Frnzer. with Easterwood &
FOR RENT—Ch 'ap; 5 room cot-
tage, good well, east front, high, cool
location. Phone Rich. 61. 29-3t
Mr. Business man, we want to say
to you, we belong to no insurance com-
bine and we are in a position to save
you 33 1-3 per cent on business risks.
We loan money on everything. Shaw-
nee Land and Loan Co., 208 E. Main.
AGENTS—$75 monthly. Metal com-
bination Rolling Pin. Nine articles
combined. Lightning seller; sample
free. Forshee Mfg. Co.,B. 760. Dayton,
A BUSINESS—Start mail order bus-
iness; make $100 month clear profit.
Write Box A, Mullin, Texaa. 16-lm
FOR RENT—We have some 3 and
4 room cottages, close in. Geo. E. Mc-
Kinnis Co., No. 110 N. Union. 12-tf
WHEN YOU GO TO SULPHUR, OK„
STOP AT THE
UNDER NEW MANAG'MENT
UP-TO.DATE FAMILY HOTEL
Moderate prices. Centrally located.
Near Government Park and Sulphur
HOME COOKING. GIVE US A TRIAL
Get Baggage Checked on Train, by
D. B. DAVIS, PROPRIETOR.
FOR RENT—Houses or cottages IB
all parts of the city. A. E. Kennedy,
iver Oklahoma Nat Bank. 11-lm
FOR RENT—3 room house, corner
11th and Market. See 8. A. Sheldon
over State National Bank. 13 tf
FOR RENT—A hall suitable for
lodge or society to hold regular meet-
ings, ante-room In connection, cen-
trally located. Address W. T., care
>f News. 1-tf
For Sale—Gas stove, good as n«w
Apply at News office. 14 ti
FOR RENT—5 room house at 321
North Broadway. 29tf
Past. Present. Future
WANTED — Glgar Salesman, ex-
perience unnecessary. $100 per
month aiti expenses. Peerless Clgsr
Co., Toledo, O. 2«-12t.
FOR SALE—Big blacksmith shop
and tools cheap. 3 lots; one three
room house. Phone 15.—W. G. Bond.
Drummond. Okla.. 24-4tw.
MAKE IMPORTANT MOVES only
after learning their full outcome
through the Clairvoyant Powere of tho
Renowned Hindu Orientalist, who for
60 days will give trial Reading Past,
Present, Future a nil three questions
for 25 cents. Send date of birth in
town handwriting to Yoga Montoya,
Suite 10, 407 E. Douglas ave., Wichi-
ta, Kansas. 9-lm
FOUND—A pair of specks at Mad-
den & Jarrels store. Party losing
same call at News office and pay for
ad and take specks. 26-6t
FOR SALE—Choice east front
building site, 50x150, for $1,000
at 706 N. Beard. Call at 702 North
LOST—A gold friendship rliiB; two
Brown, of Plttsfield Vt. Guaranteed hearts entwined. Finder leave at New,
satisfactory at All Druggists. • office and receive reward. 24 ti
MALRIAGE PAPER—Highest char,
acter; incorporated; 12tt year; 4000
members; paper sealed; send 10c. tf-
O. Love, Box 1600. Denver, Colo.
WANTED—Empty bottles at 22 N.
WANTED—A cook and general house-
keeper Apply 730 N. Market. Phone
812 black 2Mt
FOR SALE—A cash register, $30.00
Apply at New office. 10-tf
FOR SALE—Fifty visiting cards for
50c. at the Shawnee News.
My new Fall :
Woolens are now ♦
♦ ready for inspect*
♦ ion, call and see
i L. C. ELSTON.:
I 103 N. Broadway ♦
WILLIAM H. DODGE
Collections, Commercial Law, Conveyancing
All Instruments of writing accurately draw
and acknowledgements taken
Office room 13 over First National Bank
Give us a trial with your Cleaning and Pres
□g. We press your clothes in the smartes
Room 10, Heard. Kennedy & Wheeler Bldii.
MRS. W E. JACKSON'S
WHITE ROSE COMPLEXION CREAM
and you will use no other
Find It at Wallace Mann's or F. A, Reynolds
DR. J H. SCOTT
Residence :«0 North Beard Street
Orrioi Phone 196 Res. Phone 14
Office Corner Main and Broadway
MRS. BROWN CARR DEMATOL
OGI8T has returned and now prepar-
ed to do chiropody, manicuring and
Shampooing. 520 South Union. Phone
Office Phone 124, Resiuence Ptone 314
Office 20& south Union
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO
WALKER & WIS HART. Props.
General Storage. Crating and Packing
John E. Flemldg, a Practical Architect and
Builder Will make plans, specifications and
ctails for all manner of buildings and give su
perintendedce when required.
Residence 135 Eden Street. Phone M9.
>♦> ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Fine Pictures and
Neat, Clean and Cool
3 Changes a Week
B. F. Hamilton, M. D.
Wm. B. Pigg, M. D.
Allen C. Adams, M. I).
(Harryman Drug Store Bldg.)
The Balance is always
in Youf Favor
FOR SALE—High class, registered
Shropshire ewes, also some choice
early ram lambs. Frank McClelland,
Maple Hill. an. 3-1 m
FOR SALE—lady's bicycle, IB 00.
Apply at News office. 10-it
FOR SALE—A complete outfit for a
printing office. Apply for further par-
ticulars at the Shawnee Kews office.
FOUND—Man/s coat, containing tax
receipt warranty. deed. etc. Owner
may get same by calling at News ""
flee and paying for this ad. 27-11
LOST—Baby ring opal set. Finder
return to News office and recelre re-
\ Only 5 cts.
Dr. J. P. Compton
122'4 East Main St. Phone 1112
Shawnee, • Oklahoma. |
When you buy our I<>o Cream. Ton
I get more than your money's worth,
OUR ICE CREAM CANNOT BE
Be one of the many to enjoy it. W«
sell Sterilized, Bottle Milk deliyeretf
at your door in time .or breakfast.
Creamery and Ice Cream Co.
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