The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 10, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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I ME NEWt 3 MONTHS FOR >100
. _ By [Marguerite JVIcKenzie Sr
We will ask a visit from
every Lady in the city
to inspcet the line of
Fancy Groceries, Car>
ried by the
Bon Ton Grocery
C. M. JENKINS
Rf&idcncc phone i<?49
. rinh Mr. Chenault is a Confederate vet-
. . . . . .* Harmony CIUD>
• •♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ f ... ..n*ortninod oran and is still an ardent believer
THI NVWS S MONTHS POW <1Ja
HOME MADE CANDIES
None Better on Earth
! THE SHAWNEE DAILY NKW8
t WILL HUN A SOCIETY COLr
♦ UMN ON TUESDAY, THURS-
♦ DAY AND SATUDAY EVEN-
I INOS. PARTIES HAVINO
ANY SOCIETY EVENT, PER-
SONAL,, ETC.. KINDLY SEND
IT IN OR PIIONE.
The Harmony club was entertained
bj- Mrs. C. J. Benson Wednesday aft-
ernoon, at her home on North Beard
Fancy work was enjoyed and light
refreshments of many dainties wera
served. There were fourteen guests
eran and Is still an ardent believer
in the cause.
There will be a meeting of the
Woman's council Monday afternoon,
Dec. 14th, at 3 o'clock, at the library
building. All of the members are
urged to be present as the election 01
officers will take place.
Monday, Jan. 4th, 1909, the Dauglit- a aeuK1
era of the Confederacy will meet with enJ0yed.
„ i,in.hda All tha mem-:
Six O'Ciock Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ritz entertained
Dr. and Mrs. J. B Ellis, Mrs. Russell
Johnson and Master Joe Ellis Mon-
day evening with a 6 o'clock din-
ner, at their home on North Ayde-
The table was pretty with Its dain-
ty china, sterling and cut glass, and
a delightful three-course menu was
I Mrs. N. C. Rigsbee. All the mem-
j tiers are requested to be present, an surprise Party.
I instructive program has been ar-
I tanged for this meeting.
YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MADE ON A
Satine Pillow Top Is Ot The Latest
Novelties out. The cost is not Great
and the Pillow Tops arc Handsome.
TUB SHAWNEE NEWS HAS MADE ARRANGEMENTS
WITH THE MANUFACTURERS OF THESE PILLOW TOPS
TO HANDLE THEM FOR THIS COUNTY AND HERE OIVES
THE PLAN THE CUT SHOWN IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT
SHOWS ONE OF THE PILLOW TOPS AND THEN THE NEWS
HAS A SAMPLE TO SHOW TO ANY WHO WISH TO SEE
The Ladles' Aid society of the
Grace M. E. church will meet Thurs-
day, Dec. 10th, with Mrs. Hawes, cor-
ner Llndel and Seventh.
The members of the Swastika club
will hold a business meeting at the
home of Miss Marguerite McKenzie,
rrlday evening, Dec. 11th.
The Elks will give an Informal
dance this evening at their club
A thimble party will be given Sat-
urday afternoon, Dec. 12th, by Mrs.
The Round Table will meet Friday
afternoon, Dec. 1th, with Mrs. Jim
Dickson, at 621 North Market.
The Waukahoma club will meet
Friday. Dec. 11th, with Mrs. E.
Vance, 426 North Park streot
Miss Marjory Dodge will entertain
the Entre Nous club Friday after-
noon, Dec. 11th.
The Ladles' Aid No. 1 of the
Christian church will meet Thursday,
Dec. 10th, with airs. W. L. Woodard,
217 North Bell street
The Hawthorne club will be enter
tallied by Mrs. F. V. Askew Friday,
Dec. 11th, at her home on North
A large number of the bible stu-
dents and friends of DTr A. C. Adams
met at his home Wednesday evening
and gave a surprise party to him and
his fatally. The party was in the
nature of a farewell entertainment,
as Dr. Adams and family left today
for 1-nmar, Ark., to live.
A party of fifty people met at the
U. B. church Tuesday evening and
went to the hqpie of Rev. Flemming,
on North Draper street, where they
held a surprise reception for Mm
Music by the choir present was
greatly enjoyed and appreciated, ana
delightful refreshments were served.
A donation for the church was given
by all present
HASKELL AGAIN DEFENDANT.
Muskogee, Okla, Dec. 10.—Involv-
ing the title to 1,500 lots in this
city valued at |1,000,000 now held by
Governor Haskell, Senator R. L.
Owen, the estate of Ex-Chief Porter
c. W. Turner and others, the suits
recently brought by M. L. Mott, for
the Creek Indians, today were
brought before Judge Ralph Camp-
bell of the federal court here. The
government claims that the present
holders secured this property through
entering dummies in the allotment,
and afterward transferring to them-
Candies That Made Cities Famous
Huylers, Gunthers, Nunnally's
Plows and Jake Jones candiesare
famous in Shawnee
COMB AND SEE US
112 B. Main St. Phone 506
Mrs. Paul Cooper Entertains
E. M. B. Club.
Fancy nedlework was Indulged In
by the members of the E. M. B. club
Wednesday afternon, with Mrs. Paul
At this meeting a committee was
appointed for the expenditure of the
money donated by the members for
the Christmas toys to be given the
poor children of our city.
An elaborate luncheon, the color
scheme of which was the dainty vio-
let, was served by the hostess.
The visitor present was Mrs. F. A
Reynolds. The club members at this
pleasant meeting were Mesdames
Scott, Draper, H. D. Reynolds, W. E.
Stone, A. T. Walker, McNeil, Hod
and A. L. Austin.
Guthrie, Okla, Dec. 10.—A. D.
Humbarger, manager of the demo-
cratic press bureau during the
cent campaign, Is now working as
one of the secret service men of the
state dispensary, ferreting out the
Illegal dispensary of contraband
goods and confiscating the same for
the bentflt of the state. Humbarger
was connected with the police force
at Oklahoma City before going Into
newspaper work. Todd Warden, chief
of the dispensary secret service, who
formerly had ten or twelve men
working under him, has now been
cut down to two assistants, Humbar-
ger and Dowell.
A Dangerous Operation.
Is the removal of the appendix by a
surgeon. No one who takes Dr.
King's New Life Pills Is ever sub-
jected to this frightful ordeal. They
work so quietly you don't feel them
They cure constipation, headache
biliousness and malaria. 26c at All
How to Get One
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OFFER ON THIS NOVELTY. FOR $1.60 PAID ON SUMC"^
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CAN SECURE ONE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION AND ONE PIL-
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Here is Another Scheme
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Wednesday Thimble Club.
Mrs. J. A. Hughes was hostess
Wednesday afternoon, from 3 to 6
o'clock, to the members of the Wed-
nesday Thimble club and a few of
Many dainty Christmas articles
were given a number of fancy
stitches 'midst social conversation.
A delicious and elegant two-course
luncheon was enjoyed.
The guests invited were Mesdames
Rowland, Owen of Arkansas City,
Hackney, Sprehe and Reavls. The
club members were Mesdames Sash
; eT$ Boggs, G. M. Christner, Rain,
Tom De Bruler, Newman, C. R De
Bruler, Charles Walls, Clark and
Ttie Rnorfe-out mow.
The blow which knocked out Corbett
wa* a revelation to the prUe fighters.
From the earliest days o( the ring the
knock-oul blow was aimed for the jaw,
the temple or tin Jugular vein. Stomach
punches were thrown in to worry and
weary the lighter, but l( a scientific man
had told one ol the old lighters that tha
most vulnerable spot was the region of
the stomach, he'd have laughed at hira
for an ignoramus. Dr. Picrce Is bringing
hot*' to the public a parallel fact; that
thJs^roatlalJ the most vulnerable organ
out oPthe prM ring as well as In It W e
protectVur I'y^-J- throats, feet and lungs,
but iheVVJsriWs;e are utterly Indiffer-
ent to, until diseS^Minds the solar plexus
and knocks us out. ur stomach
by t'i _
I'u'rce's ti v.- n ; i -i' 'Vt r
OF INTEREST 10 ALL
reaches the majority of
homes in the city every af.
ternoon when the paper
The Tuesday News goes into
Mrs. J. W. Bayne has returned
from a visit to relatives In Meridian,
Mrs. A. T. Walker will entertain
the E. M. B. club Wednesday. Dec.
Mrs. W. F. Carson of Tecumseh Is
the guest of Mrs. F. L Carson to-
Mrs. Dr. Orvls and children have
removed to Blackwell, where Dr. Oi-
ls has located.
Mrs. F. B
Kans., is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
VERDICT WAS EASILY REACHED
Tulsa, OWa„ Dec. 10—On the
charge of complicity in the murder
of Frank Rutherford, at Broken Ar-
row about two years ago, Tyler Bur-
gess, a full-blood Creek Indian youth,
was acquitted by the Jury without
leaving their seats In the district
For this murder Frank Halley, a
notorious Indian, was recently given
a life sentence In the Creek county
court. The murder of Rutherford,
who was a mere boy, was a brutal
affair and aroused the people of j
Browen Arrow to such a frenzy that j
Halley was« forced to flee to the
Osage hills for refuge. There he
was Joined by Burgess and because
Burgess was found In Halkey's com-
pany when the latter was captured
by a posse, he was charged with com-
plicity In the crime.
DEPOSIT OF QUICKSILVER.
| Watonga, Okla., Dec. 10.—A rich
deposit of quicksilver recently dis-
Colllns of Solomon, covered ,n the gyp hlUa near here
is the present occasion of extensive
claim taking in the region near the
discovery. Indications are that a
rich deposit of this mineral underlies
TH* SHAWNEE NEWS, V • '
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TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OFFER TO SEND ME A PIL-
cures "weak stomach," indigestion, or
dyspepsia, torpid liver, bad, thin and Im-
pure blood and other diseases of tha or-
gans ol digestion and nutrition.
The "Gulden Medical Discovery • ha«
specilic curative etloct upon all mucous
Sorf.wM and hence cures catarrh, no
tna;te.r where located or what staee it
may have reached. In Nasal Catarrh It
Is well to cleanse the pas.-:. - < with Dr.
Sage s Catarrh Remedy fluid whl e using
the "Discovery" as a const it mil rem-
edy. Why the "Golden Medical bbcov-
ery • cures catarrhal diseases -.s ol the
itomach. bowels, bladder and oilier pelvic
organs will be plalu to you il you will
read a booklet of extracts from the writ-
ings of eminent nicdieal au'.i. >: !' -s. en-
dorsing Its ingredients and eipUining
their curative properties. It is mailwj
free on request Address Dr R. V. Pierce.,
Buffalo, N. Y. This booklet gives ail the
ingredient* entering into Di. Perce's
medicine- from which It w,'.'. be seen that
they contain not a drop of alcohol, pure,
triple-refined glycerine being used Instead.
Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page lllus-
trawd Common Sense Medical Adviser
will he sent free paper-bound. |oriio"
cent stainu-i, or cloth-bound lor 31 ilwnpfc
Address Dr. Pierce an atwTto.
Mine host, E. R. Ketner of the Nor-
wood hotel, Is back from a business
visit to Kansas City.
Mrs. Freeman, who has been quite
ill at her home on East Walnut Is
reported no better today.
Mrs. T. H. Hull Is expected to come
today from Bartlesville, Okla., to vis-
it her daughter, Mrs. Charles Wells.
Mr. J. E. Pace has returned to
Mangum, Oklft, after a few da>s
visit here to his brother, Mr. A. S.
Market Place for Everything
There is nothing, which if properly advertised
through these columns will not bring you results
Convert the Unneeded Things into Cash
Yon can talk to thousauds of people here, someU
who Will want the very thing you want to dis-
Try an Ad and See
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Miss Bess Ragland expects to have
i her guest during the Christmas
holidays her cousin. Miss
Hayes of Missouri.
This Is Worth Reading.
Leo F. Zellnskl, of 68 Gibson St,
Buffalo, N. Y„ says: "I cured the
most annoying cold sore I ever had.
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A ap
plied this salve once a day for two
days, when every trace of the sore
was gone." Heals all sores. Sold
under guarantee at All Druggists.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Bayne and family will regret
to know that they will make Corpus
Chrlstl, Tex., their home after De-
Dr. A C. Adams and family left
today for Lamar, Oila^ where they
go to make their future home. They
win be greaUy missed by their many
Mr. and Mrs Da rid Cbenanlt of
Richmond, Ky, are the guests of
their niece, Mrs. Edwin Oalbralth.
FLOOD CONTINUES CASES.
Guthrie. Okla., Dec. 10.—On ac-
count of the recent floods and dam
age done by storms to the railroads
generally, all cases of the state cor-
Georgla j poratlon commission for the term
which was to have begun today have
been continued until the next term,
which opens Jan. 12.
COAL AND FEED.
We have best McAlester washed
and hand picked Nut Coal, and gen-
uine McAlester Fancy Lump Coal.
Alfalfa and Prairie Hay, Corn, Oats,
Cjrn Chops, Bran and 8horts, Pro-
falfa, Kaffir Corn. Wheat and Wheat
Screenings, mixed and other Chicken
Feed and Coal Department US N.
Beard. Phone 8(L
CHRI8NEY QROCERY CO.
Until March 1st 1909, $1
Fop a Few Days Only
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