The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 140, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 25, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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PART TWO 16 PAGES
PART TWO 16 PAGES
THE SHAWNEE NEWS.
The Newspaper That Is Making Shawnee Famous.-"Fear God, Tell The Truth and Shame The Devil."
VOL. 9—NO. 140.
SHAWNEE, OKLAHOMA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1905.
10c PER WEEK.
ROCK ISLAND HEAVY REPAIR WORK ALL COMES TO SHAWNEE
THE TERRITORIES ARE FIRST IN
THE EYES OF THE HOMESEEK-
ERS FROM NORTH.
Oklahoma and dian Territory Are
getting the Bulk of the Traffic
From the Northern Commu-
extra equipment to accomodate the
rush of homeseekers into Kansas]
City. Every outbeund train going to
the west and southwest had extra
cars, and extra trains were run on
several of the lines.
A Disastrous Calamity.
It is a disastrous calamity when you
lose your health, because indigestion
and constipation have sapped it away
Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They build up your
digestive organs, and cure headach-,
dizziness, colic, constipation, etc.
Guaranteed at the J. M. Remington
Drug Store. 25c. *
ORDER TO EFFECT
The Road has Some Legal Objec-
tions to Overcome Here
Deniivm, Tex., Nov. 25.—Two addi-
tional mail clerks have been allowed
on the Denison-Taylor run, which will
MORE LAND AND BUILDINGS ARE NEEDED
All Cars and Engines West of Mis-
souri River to Colorado will be
Repaired at Shawnee
Chicago, Nov. 25.—The Rock Island
railroad company has made arrange-
While the adition of these two clerks 'n*nts for ,he repairing of every car
Kansas City, Nov. 25.—Hundreds of
homeseekers are passing through the
Kansas City gateway to seek new
homes in the west and" southwest. Yes-
terday hundreds started from Kansas
City on the cheap rates effective the|re"eve l'ie situation very much.
first and ,*.• iid Tuesday's in the month, mcn "ill probably run between Port
and today many more are passing Worth and Granger, Texas, on the Ka-
through. Today's homeseekers came I '' 'yer-
from points a day's journey from, ,
K ins* vs Citv will help considerably in the handling and engine, damaged more than the
' "It'is the biggest rush we have had °f-Texas mall, the R. P. O. needs more ordinary division shops can handle,
this year" said J A Stewart general a(l(l|tionK 1° order to bring it to the to be (lone al the shops at Shawnee,
agent of'the passenger department of standardl maintained in most ut.er Q T > which are among the flnest on
parts of the country. At the present th3 system. Every car or engine, in
tfme there are no mail clerks running need of repairs 0f any extent, on any
out of Denison on No. 1, nor back on of the ,inea wegt o( the Missouri river
No. 2. This causes serious inconven- a,. far as the C0,0ra(,0 division, and as
ience. Efforts are being made, how- fftr past as Mempijis Qn the Choctaw
ever, to secure additional help in this, dlstrlct llneSj will be sent to Shawnee
section. j w]lere a iarge force, approximateing
for GOO men is employed, who will have
the Rock Island. "It Is the biggest
movement in a big year."
Eastern Colorado, Oklahoma and the
Indian Territory are taking most of
the homeseekers, although there were
many going to points in Kansas and
Southwest Missouri. The Pecos Val-
ley Immigration company had one
party of twelve families from Hanley,
la., headed for tlie Pecos Valley, this
morning. It took five freight cars to
carry the effects of the members of
tli's ,iuity There were many on their
way to tie 'ecus Val'ey.
Every train from Chicago, St. Louis
and points east and northeast carried
See Miss Wilson, dermatolc -
advertising prices for the n J
days. She will give you spocL i
few j charge of such repairs. The
rices pany Is figuring on extensive
on electric face massage, eit-ctrlc
scalp treatment, manicuring, sha:.ipoo-
ing, restoring gray hair, curing dan-
druff, stop falling hair, removing su
perfluous hair, etc. Rooms over' crease can be made in buildings and
Hickey Bros., IOC 1-2 E. Main St. 11-m I equipment
tions to its plant at Shawnee, pro
vided certain legal objections there
can be overcome, and this order will
largely depend on whether the in-
ORGANIZATION IS GROWING AT A
a series of lectures for the coming
winter, and also lease suitable rooms
for club purposes.
The Republican Club has been or-
ganized for some months and it haa
It Has the Indorsement of Territorial, arranged a constitution, by-laws and
all needed legislation for the conduct
RAPID RATE SINCE ITS INCOR-
The above telegram is authority for
the statement made a short time since
in The News that all repair work of
any consequence In the central part
of the Rock Island system, would be
done at Shawnee and that the en-
largement of the shops here is a cer-
The shops at ends of divisions, main-
tained by the system, will be kept up
as heretofore, but they will handle
only ordinary repairing. Any rebuild-
ing or large repair work comes to
Shawnee. The fact that this work
is to be done in this city henceforth,
means an Increase In payroll on the
Rock Island, and Sbawnee will get
the benefit. The legal objections to
be overcome are not entirely plain to
The News, though the officials of the
road have announced on a recent visit
to this city that they must have more
ground and jt Is believed that the
legal affairs may pertain to this need.
and National Officials and is the
Representative of Shawnee
Shawnee has an Incorporated Re-
publican club, with a large and rapid-
ly growing membership, composed of
sterling Republicans—meu who have
been with the party in Its work for
the welfare of Republicanism. The
Shawnee Republican Club is well
known in the centers of political life
both In Oklahoma, and In the capital
at Washington as the representative
of Republicanism of Shawnee.
The officers and members of the
club are all Republicans, men who
have always adhered to party prin-
ciple and who have expended time
and money for the cause. E. R
Waite is president, E. C. Stanard,
secretary, and the list of other officers
and directors have gone to work in
earnest to enlist In the club every
Republican in the city, and to arrange
The Goo Goo Girls will be ?een with the Lyman Twins "The Rustlers." Opera house November 26 and 27.
McGuire on Statehood -Is Certain
That Bill Admitting Us Will Pass
Guthrie, Okla., Nov. 25.—Hon. Bird
S McGuire, territorial delegate to con-
gress, arrived In the city last night
to confer with friends before going to
Concerning the statehood bill Mr.
McGuire made the following state-
"I have a copy of the bill with me,
but there are some minor corrections
that I wish to make before the bill is
published. I will give it out however,
before X leave Guthrie.
"I have every confidence that the
bill will be passed this winter. It will
be presented to the house the first day
of the session and will pass that body
pass the senate before the first of the
year, but It Is there that the fight will
be. If there is one.
"In house caucuses of both parties
last season It was the unanimous de
cision that single statehood for the
two territories was the thing. In the
senate there are some members who
favor four separate states and some
who favor two states for Mexico anc1
Arizona and one for Oklahoma and
the Indian Territory. These senators
can delay legislation to some extent,
but I do not believe that they can pos-
sibly defeat the bill.
The greatest single thing that has
been done for the statehood measure
the statement by President Roose-
velt that he would recommend the
passage of a bill for one state for the
two territories and that he would take
affirmative action in the matter.
Santa Fe Cut.
Santa Fe will sell round trip winter
tourist tickets to many points. We
can give only a few here, but if a trip
is contemplated, rates will be cheer-
fully quoted. On sale daily, final lira-
it June 1, 190C: Houston, $18.20; Gal-
veston, $20.20; San Antonio, $18.30:
Beaumont, $18.55; Lake Charles, $21.-
30; New Orleans, $20.70.
GEO- P. NELSON, Agent.
80 acres fine level prairie land, five
miles southwest of Shawnee, offered
for a few days at $2,500.
80 acres improved prairie 1
miles northwest of Shawnee, i
orchard, $700, loan at C per ce ;
40 acres southwest of Sha '
acres cultivated, $200 loan foi .
at C per cent, price $500, w i
equity for vacant lots In city.
Two good 80 acre Improved farms,
5 acres orchard each, prices $2,000
and $1,800, will trade for Shawnee
Good one story brick building
Main street, rents $85 per month, price
Two story brick building, good loca-
tion, rents $85 per month, price $G
000. This will net 15 per cent inter-
est on Investment.
Fine two story brick building on
Main street. Rents under lease $1,800
per year. Price $15,000.
C. E. EASTERWOOD,
Phone 505 119 E. Main
of its business. Every Repub-
lican In the city will soon be listed
in Its membership. The club has en-
dorsements from territorial aud na-
tional officials, and is the only club in
Oklahoma that Is so endorsed.
Herb W. Edwards Injured.
Herb W. Edwards of Des Moines,
Iowa, got a fall on an Icy sidewalk
last winter, spraining^ his wrist and
bruising his knees. "The next day,"'
he says, "they were so sore and stiff
I was afraid I would have to stay la
bed, but I rubbed them well with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after
a few applications all soreness had
disappeared. For sale by the Owl
Drug Store. *
W AN TED—Four men to travel In
each state, distribute samples and
advertise our goods. Salary $21 per
week and expenses, guaranteed. Ex-
penses advanced. Experience unnec-
essary. Address, with stamp, stat-
ing age and occupation, Reeve Co.,
409 Dearborn St., Chicago. 24-3t
FAVOR OF FRANT2
REPUBLICAN CLUB OF SHAWNEE
PASSED WORDS OF COMMEND-
ATION FOR HIM.
Delegate McGuire and Oklahoma's
New Governor Win the Respect
and Support of
At a meeting of the Incorporated
Republican club of the city of Shaw-
nee held on the 23d day of November,
1905, the following preamble and reso-
lutions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, We believe that every
true and loyal Republican in the city
of Shawnee and Pottawatomie county
is not only friendly to, but loyal sup-
porters of the policies of President
Whereas, Recognizing the great
work done by our Delegate In Con-
gress, Hon. B. S. McGuire, In the in-
terests of the people of not only this
Territory, but of the Indian Territory
Whereas, Believing that the Presi-
dent has named a man for Governor
of this Territory, Hon. Frank Frantz,
who is one of the cleanest,
Be It Further Resolved, That this
club and the peopfe generally rejoice
In the fact that the destinies of this
Territory shall be carefully looked after
by so able, bruve and patriotic a Gov-
ernor as Hon. Frank Frantz, to whom
we pledge our earnest and hearty sup-
The Republican Club of Shawnee-
By E. R. Walte, President.
E. C. Stanard, Secretary,
When You Have a Bad Cold
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief, but effect a per-
You want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy that will coun-
teract any tendency toward pueumo-'
You want a remedy that Is pleasaa"
and safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meetji
all of thse requirements and for the
speedy and permanent cure of
colds, stands without a peer.
sale by the Owl Drug Store.
Couldn't Make Good.
A Lawrence man claimed that Gov-
ernor Hoch made a wrong quotation
of the Scriptures In his Thanksgiving
purest' proclamation, but he couldn't prove it
and best of our citizens, Therefore because he couldn't find the passage
Be It Resolved, That we, the Repub-.of Scripture which the governor
llcau Club of Shawnee, heartily en- quoted.
dorse the policies of President Roose-
Resolved, That In Hon. B. S. Mc-
Guire we have a Delegate to Congress
whose only desire is to make the Re-
Do not be deceived by counterfeits
when you buy '"itch Hazel Salve.
The name of E. O. DeWitt & Co. Is
on every box of the genuine. Plies
in their worst form will soon pass
publican party of Oklahoma a" power'away if you will apply DeWltt's Witch
for good and whose every action is ( Hazel Salve night and morning. Best
In the interest of all the citizens and tor Cuts, Burns, Boils, Tetter, Ecze-
parties in both Territories, aud ma, etc. Sold by Cockrell. •
Hot chocolate with whipped cream.
Cockrell, the druggist. 24
See our detailed published statement elsewhere in the columns
of this paper. Deposits—#226,975.54.
STIU, WE GROW! THERE'S A REASON!
BANK OF COMMERCE,
Bast Room Whlttalcer Bldg. Shawnee, O. T.
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Halpin, Harry E. The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 140, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 25, 1905, newspaper, November 25, 1905; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc89742/m1/1/: accessed June 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.