The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 338, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 6, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1908.
NEWS WANT ADS PAY WELL.
A WAN l AD IN THE NEWS
High Class Moving Pic-
tures. 40 minutes profit-
able entertainment. Only
the best. Ladies and child
ren courteously treated.
ADMITTANCE 5 Cents \
ice water, electric fans \
Dr. J. P. Compton
122# East Main St. Phone 1112
Shawnee, • Oklahoma.
Billiard a n d
FULTON ENDORSES HASKELL.
Guthrie, Okla.. Oct. 6.—Congress-
man Fulton has finally been compelled
to face the Issue, and announce a re-
luctant endorsement of Governor
Haskell's administration. The repre-
sentatives and his managers were abl)
for some time to successfully keep
clear of this vexed and dangerous
question. To this end, no Second dls
trict congressional convention was
held, the managers knowing that the
resolutions adopted by such a conven-
tion would be forced to adopt a plank
endorsing the Haskell administration.
Failure to do so would haw been rank
party heresy, hence the failure to call
a convention and ratify the Fulton
nomination. This careful hedging was
a result of a well known and sharply
defined antipathy to the governor anl
anything that smacks of Haskell,
which prevails in certain heavy vote
counting sections of the Second dis-
But since the recent resignation of
the governor from the national treaa-
urership candidate Fulton has been
unable to further dodge the issue, an
comes out in a full endorsement of his
It is needless to add that this en
dorsement, coming at this particular
time, is hailed with unfeigned deligh.
at Republican congressional head-
quarters as an event well calculated
to make big Morgan medicine in the
district. For henceforth upon each
and every platform appearance of
Candidate Fulton he must assume the
role of a Haskell apologist and de-
fender, and as such must split the
Second district issue of his re-election
with a pleading for the governor and
the various acts of the recent legisla-
ture, all of which, it is anticipated,
will prove a load crushing to his hopes
October 7, Illinois 0<y.
October 7 is Illinois Day at the Ok-
lahoma State Fair and several hun-
dred Illinoisans will attend. A apsc-
ial program for the day has been pre-
pared to begin promptly at 10 o'clock
a m. and Is as follows!
Music by the State Fair baud.
Meeting will be called to order by
J. W. Conover, president of the Illin-
ois club. '
Welcome address by the Hon C. C.
Jones, president of State Fair Associ-
Welcome address by E. E. Rcftrdcn
in behalf of Oklahoma CI'./ Illinois
Response to welcome address by
Hon. L. G. Pitman, president of Potta
tomle County Illinois club.
Address by Hon. L. B. Stringer, th-
"silver tongued" orator of the 5t->ta < f
Address by the Hon. El S. Wilson,
ex state treasurer of IlllnoK
Address by the Hon. James I,. Rvan
noted orator and ex-consressman of
Both vocal and Instrumental r.iu-<lc
will be rendered between a Id't-sses
The speaking and music il program
will be followed by a basket picnic
dinner, at which toasts will be glv-?n
by other prominent ex-Illinolsans. All
former residents of Illinois aro cordi-
ally invited and requested to fctteud
the tMrcises i n Illinois day wltli well
filled baskets, and enjoy th-i day with
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 AOS IH
THE NEWS CAN
WHAT YOU WAN
25c 6 Words
to a Line
Rooming House for Rent
FREE—A 21-room Douse, sultaola
for a boarding house will give first
>0 days free, if party will take a lease
on tile same. Apply to C. Pllcher
301 1-2 E. Main.
Corner Main and Unloij
Fine Line of
Cigars and To-
Ben Bond, Prop.
To quickly cneCK cold, druggists
are dispensing everywhere, a clever
Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Pre-
ventics. Preventics are also fine for
feverish children. Take Prevents at
the sneeze stage, to head off all colds.
Box of 48—26c. Wallace Mann.*
The wholesome, harmless green
leaves and tender stems of a lung
healing mountainous shrub, give .o
Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy its cura-
tive properties. Tickling or dry bron-
chial coughs quickly and safely yield
to this highly effective Cough medi-
cine. Dr. Shoop assures mothers that
they can with safety give it to even
very young babies. No opium, no
chloroform—absolutely nothing harsh
or harmful. It calms the distressing
cough, and heals the sensitive mem-
branes. Accept no other. Demand
Shoop's. Sold by Wallace Mann.*
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; big
profits; splendid opening In Oklaho-
ma. Box 622, Dallas, Tex 9-lm
Real Estate for Sale
FOR SALE—All kinds of city and
farm property. Call and see me. A. ti
Kennedy, over Oklahoma Nat Bank.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY tor
sale by A. E. Kennedy, over Oklaho-
ma Nat. Bank, Shawnee, Okla. 11-lm
FOR SALE—Now 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-
ing from $500 to $4,000; cannot fail
to be pleased; don't delay in seeing
Geo. E. McKlnnls Co., No. 110 N.
Union, phone 1100. 12-U
Kuiford & Jenkins Go,
EXCLUSIVE A6ENTS FOR
Crose addition; lies Just one mib
north of East Main stioet car lino.
There is 80 acres in this tract divided
into 5 acres tracts. All smooth land
and in cultivation. Buy a home NOW
while you can get it cheap and got
easy terms. 1-2 mile from good school.
High <and dry. Good water and a
splendid building sight. Room 4 over
Harryman'8 Drug Store.
Hurford & Jenkins Co,
FOR RENT—27 room rooming house
bath, gas and electric light* all In
Orst class shaye. Apply to C. Pllcher
ovei the News office. 4-tf
FOR SALE—Several good five acre
tracts of land, good for truckers 1
mile from street car on North Broad-
way; tracts of 6 acrcs from $4C0 to
$600. Half cash balance on term-.
Phone 84 or call on L. Wheeler, 107
North Broadwya. 16-lni
FOR RENT—Store room, located on
East Main st. Apply J. Pllcher, over
News office. 10-im
FOR SALE OR TRADE for chick-
ens, a pony; weight about 700; eight
years old. No. 10 East Farrel.
OLD SOLDIERS' REUNION.
DIES 24 HOURS BEFORE DATE
SET FOR HER WEDDING
Lawton, Okla., Oct. 6.—Buried on
the day set for the wedding is the
fate of Miss Lizzie Wlngebach, the 17-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Wlngebach of Meers. Twenty-
four hours before the wedding time
Miss Wlngebach took suddenly and
The groom to be, Frank Rouse, a
prominent young farmer, is grief
The girl had objected to the wed-
ding. She threatened to kill herself
when her parents attempted to force
Reliaoco lion Works
Now open for business at
125 North Beard. Repairs
to all kinds pf machinery
inade promptly. ,
J. C. Wilkinson,
A Healthy Family.
"Our whole family has enjoyed
good health since we began using Dr.
King's New Life Pills, three yeai-3
ago,' says L. A. Bartlet of Rural
Route 1, Guilford, Maine. They
cleanee and tone the system in a
gentle way that does you good. 25:
at all druggists.
LOST CHOCTAW COUNCIL.
Tuskahoma, Okla. Oct. 6.—What
probably will be the last meeting of
the Choctaw council will begin at Tus-
kahoma today. Governor McCurtain'si
address will be delivered Tuesday. It
Is of great length and will deal with
everything affecting the Choctaws in
the closing of their tribal relations
and will have a political bearing.
Bartlesville, Okla., Oct. 6.—Battles
ville is in gala attire today, the occas-
ion being the reunion of the old sol-
diers of the Third Congressional dis-
trict, both ex-Confederates and ex-
Union. The convention was called to
order this morning, and during the
week a splendid program will be car
rled out. A formal welcome address
was delivered by the Mayor of the
city, to which responses were made.
The fall, race meet of the Belle Mead
Driving association is on during the
present week, and affords an extra
attraction for the visitors. The ser-
ies will cloBe with a roping contest
arranged by Osage reservation cattle-
men. The program for the week is as
follows: Wednesday, Bryan day, Hon
J. J. Curl, presiding. Speeches by J. J
Davenport. A. P. Watson. Governor
Haskell, A. F. Vandeventer and oth
ers. Mustering of Sons of Veterans by
Thursday, Taft Day—Joe H. Norris
presiding. Speeches by Dennis Flynn
C. E. Creager, W. H. Reynolds and
others. Friday, Ladles Day—under
the direction of the Women's Relief
corps. Saturday, last day of the
union; parade in the afternoon and
campflre at night. Roping contest at
race track. A special feature of the
reunion Is the participation of Chero-
kee, Osage and Delaware Indians who
fought on either side In the Civil war.
FCR BENT OR SALE—Well lm
proved f*rm, 66 acrest balance in hay
miles N and one W of Shawnee in
iClckapoo. Apply 661 N. Park. 30-tf
WHY PAY RENT—When 1 will furn-
ish lot and build house to suit and
sell to you on small payments. Call
and see me, S. C. Vinson, room 6,
over Shawnee National Bank. 17-lm
For Rent or For Sale
WANTED—Men to learn barber
trade, few weeks required, best pav-
ing work within the reach of poor
man, can have shop with small cap-
ital, wages from $12 to $20 weekly,
wonderful demand for barbers, cat-
alogue mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Dallas, Tex. 2-St
FREE—Liberal sample Conkey'B lice
powder and valuable poultry book if
you bring this ad or send 6c pottage
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 6207. 19-lm
LADIES, NOTICE—Lr. A. B. Keatfly
345 state street, Dallas, Texa& safely
treats all monthly complrlnts, private
I roubles of women; latftes' home dur-
ing confinement; infants adopted.
Write or call. 11"lm
FOR SALE—Reliable machine fcr
darning stockings or any hole not
over two Inches; easily and quickly
Price 35c also will give particulars ol
profitable pleasant home work. Writs
enclosing stamp. Giles Supply Co., C'i
Mill street, Newport, R. I. 19-lai
For 8ale—Gaa stove, good aa n«w
Apply at News office. 14-ti
WANTED—A girl for general house-
work In small family. Call at News of
WANTED—A modern cottage. Ad-
dress renter care news Price and li>
WANTED—A solicitor; pay com-
mission or salary. Call at News office
AGENTS—$75 monthly; combin.i
tlon rolling pin, nine articles combin
ed; lightning seller; sample free
Forshee Mfg. Co., Box 564, Dayton
WANTED—A girl for general houso
work. Apply at News office. 30-i
PARTIS WISHING section maps of
Pottawatmle county can buy same it
The Shawnee News office, 40-tf
A pain prescription is printed upon
each 25c box of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain
Tablets. Ask your doctor or druggl.it
it this formula is not complete, Head
phihS, womanly pains, pains anywhel'i-
get instant relief from a Pink Pain
Tablef, Wallace Mann*
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
drives the cold out of the system
through laxative principle by assur-
ing a free and gentle action of the
bowels. Sold by C. R. Harriman*
Mr. Business man, we want to
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 L/ian Co 208 E, Ma.n.
FOR SALE—Fifty visiting cardB for
60c, at the Shawnee News.
FOR SALE—High class, registered
Shropshire ewes, also some choice
early ram lambs. Franik McClelland,
Maple Hill, an. 3-1 m
"The Old Pike
New Kijou Orchestra
Prices 15c 25c
FOR SALE—Lady's bicycle, $5 00
Apply at News office. 10-tl
LOST—A pair of plain gold bowed
glasses between C40 North Park and
Dewey and Klckapoo car line, Leave
at News office and get reward. 53t
FOR SALE—A complete outfit for a
printing office. Apply for further par-
ticulars at the Shawnee r.ews office.
LOST—A gold friendship ring; ' to
hearts entwined. Finder leave at Newa
office and receive reward. 24 tf
FOUND—Man/s coat, containing tax
receipt warranty deed, etc. Owner
may get same by calling at News of
flee and paying for thlB ad. 27-tf
LOST- -Baby ring opal set Finder
return to News office at.d recelvs re-
WANTED—Two men or women as
traveling managers, $18 to $20 per
week with expenses advanced. Four
to work Shawnee $50 to $60 per month
Call 3 to 7 p. m. or 9 to 12 a. m. at
217 North Beard.
FOR SALE—Several good five acre
tracks of land, good for truckers
mile from street car lire will sell
tracts of 5 acres from $450 to $600
Half cash balance on terms. Phone
4 L. Wheeler, 107 N. Broadway. 15-lm
WANTED—A woman to cook. Ap-
ply 218 N. Union. 26-Jt
FOR SALE—Big blacksmith -shop
and tools cheap. 3 lots; one thre
room house. Phone 16.—W. G. Bond,
Drummond. Okla.. 24-4tw.
LOST—A large envelope address-
ed to John H. Miller, Shawnee; same
contains two deeds one Trego coun-
ty, Kans., and one a patent Rignt deed
made out to John Reamy. Party re-
turing same to Carson & Dixon's of-
fice or News office will receive a re-
LOST—A gold red enamel watch
with diamond setting in back. Gold
hands. Lost near Shawnee National
bank on Main street Liberal rewai d
Return to 402 South Bell or Shawnee-
News office. l-6t
FOR RENT—A hall suitable for
lodge or society to hold regular meet-
ings, ante-room In connection, cen-
to-ally located. Address W. T., care
if News. x-tf
AGENTS—$75 monthly. Metal com-
bination Rolling Phi. Nine articles
ocanblned. Lightning seller; sample
free. Forshee Mfg. C".,B. 760, Dayton,
♦ F. E. Holliday's
| ShoeingShop I
J 124 North Beard St.
f Phone 7H6
Horse Shoeing Neatly
Done and Guaranteed
FOR RENT—A 5 room furnijhed
house on North Aydelott. Apply to
phone 860. • ®"8t
FOR SALE—Any or all parts of
stone and lumber of the Era Airdome
building. Apply fit Airdome to Ber'
Whittington. Must be sold by the lflth.
Wakita, Okla., Oct. 6.—The Wakita
Fair association opetled Its first fair
here today, and it Is being largely at-
tended by people from all parts if
Grant County as welt as contiguous
cauntles. A splendid agricultural dis-
l>lay of the products of Grant county
is on exhibition. The new association
was only organized a few weeks ago-
but it has made a remarkable show-
ing for its first effort in the fair line.
A BUSINESS—Start mail order bus-
iness; make $100 month clear profit-
Write Box A, Mullin, Texa*. 16-lra
WANTED—Manager every section to
appoint agents for New Improved Pen-
ny Peanut Vending Machine; $60.00
weekly easily earned; finish beautiful,
sanitary throughout; sold on easy pay-
ments. thousands now In use; sam-
ple sent free. Proposition will pleas';
you if we still have opening in yojr
section. Great Western Scale Mfg.
Works, Dept. 155, Chicago, III.
FOR SALE—Choice east front
building site. 50x160, for $1,000
at 706 N. Beard. Call at 702 North
FOR SALE—$37 folding bed and a
$37.50 coal and wood range. See F.
E. B„ at News office. 10-1
Past, present. Future
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
You want done, you can't do better
than go to the
People's Cleaning Dye Works
122 North Bell.
All work Is guaranteed, and we are
responsible for all goods left In our
possession. Fine work a specialty. The
only cleaning and dying house in
Shawnee having expert pressers and
Dr. J. M. Byrum, superintendent
county board of health wishes to an-
nounce that he has removed his offices
from Asher, Okla.. to Shawnee, rooms
1 and 2 over State National bank and
will do city and county practice. 10-lf
MAKE IMPORTANT MOVES only
after learning their full outcome
through the Clairvoyant Powers of tho
Renowned Hindu Orientalist, who for
60 days will give trial Reading Past,
Present, Future and three questions
for 25 cents. Send date of birth in
town handwriting to Yoga Moatoya,
Suite 10, 107 E. Douglas ave., Wichi-
WANTED—Manager; every sec-
tion to appoint agents for new Im-
proved penny peauut vending mach-
ine; $60.00 weekly easily earned; flu-
ish beautiful, sanitary throughout,
sold on easy pajtnents, thousands
now In use; sample sent free. Prop-
osition will please you if we still
have opening in your Bectlon. threat
West Scale Mf'g Works; dept 155,
Chicago, III., 4-t.
FOH RENT—Furnished room su.t-
able for young man. Address 123 care
News. 23 if
MISS EFFIE B. McCAULLEY
Will answer calls day or night
Phono 551. 216 North Klmberly.
WILLIAM H. DODGE
Collections, Commercial Law. Con?eyancinc
All Instruments of writiu* accurately draw
tnd acknowledgments taken
Office room 13 over First National Bank
FOR RENT—Six room furnlshea
house, also 5 room furnished house.
pply at 210 North Union, Phone 953
NOLL ROOMS—IIF',4 Sooth Broad
way excellent beds. Rates reasonable.
Give us a trial witb your Cleaning and Pres
ng. We press your clothes In the smartes
LOOK NEAT CLUB
Room SO. Heard. Kennedy & Wheeler Hide.
WANTED, AGENTS—For "Menda-
rlp" and combination hatchet; 8 tools
in one; big profit producers; send
stamp for catalogue. Tom Foote Co.,
Los Angdes, Cal. 4-lm.
Oklahoma City. Okla.. Oct. 6.—Th"
Oklahoma photographers' Association
opened a three day's convention here
today, with a large attendance of
"phiz shooters" from all parts of the
state. The meetings are being held
In the Chamber of Commerce rooms,
where a splendid display of fine pho-
tography is on exhibition. Prizes will
he awarded during the convention.
MARRIAGE PArER—Highest char,
acter; Incorporated; 12tt year; 4000
members; paper sealed; send 10c. tf-
O Love, Box 1600, Denver, Colo.
WANTED—An office boy. Call at
Store Dept. Rock Island Shops. 17-3t
WANTED—Boys with horses to de-
liver the Daily News. Apply at office
at 4 o'clock p. m.
FOR RENT—Three rooms for ren",
In Scott Flats, everything modern. I
C. Parker, agent. Phone 1082. 26 if
FOR RENT—Fumlslieo rooms at
(011-2 East Main street
MRS. W E. JACKSON'S
WHITE HOSE COMPLEXION CREAN*
and you will use no other
Find It at Wallace Mann n or P. A. Reynolds
DR. J H. SCOTT
Residence 320 North Beard Street
Office Phone iPe Res. PHons 14
Office Corner Main and Broadway
MRS. BROWN CARr., DETVA-
TOLOQIST, manicuring and shampoo-
ing; three treatments, $1.00; CHI-
Houses to Rent
FOR RENT—3 room house, corner
11th and Market. See S. A. Sheldon
over State National Bank. 13(f
Three alee unfurnished rooms with
bath in the Scott flats, No. 20, East
Tenth Street. $10.00 a Month. In
quire of J. C. Parker at No. 1251-2 N ROPDY. 520 South Union; phone 937.
Oklahoma City. Okla., Oct. 6—To-
day Is "Kentucky" Day at the state
Fair, and the former residents of the
Blue Grass State are here In full fores
from all parts of Oklahoma. Special ex
ercises are being carried out In the
auditorium at the fairgrounds.
WANTED—Empty bottles at 22 N.
WANTED—Steady position, any
kind, by youcg married man; n^t
afraid of work; best of refernces
Address C. O. F„ care News.
WANTED—Tour Job printing of any
kind at the Jhcwnee News office, oo'-
oer o« Main Md rhlladelphla.
FOR RENT—5 room house at 324
North Broadway. 29tf
FOR RENT—5 room cottage at 430
Nirth Pottenger street. Call at 219
North Union. Phone 860. 8-tf
FOR RENT—H0U308 or cottages in
all parts of the city. A. E. Kennody,
iver Oklahoma Nat. Bank. 11-lui
FOR RENT—Two downstairs rooms
furnished for light house keeping at
228 North Union. $12.00 per month. 3t
FOR RENT—Good barn and car-
riage shed close in. Call at News of-
*•. 23 tf
PIANO MOVING—S eclal vans fo-
moving pianos; pianos stored. We do
a general moving, packing and ihlp
ping business. HlTely Music Com
pany, 119 E. Main. Phone 920. 5-lm
Office Phone 124, Resilience Phone 314
Office 206 south Union
SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO
WALKER A WISH ART. Props.
General Storage. Crating and Packing
John E. Flemidg. a Practical Architect as
Builder Will make plans, specifications ao
ctails for all manner of buildings and gi*e ss
perintendedce when required.
Residence 136 Eden Street.
FOR RENT—Two nice front office
:ooms, second floorf centra.ly located
address T. H. W., care at Shawnee
B F. Hamilton, M. D.
Wtn. B. Pigg, M. D.
Allen C. Adams, M. D.
(Harryman Drug Store Bldg.)
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