The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 146, Ed. 1 Monday, December 4, 1905 Page: 6 of 8
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THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED DAILY
THE SHAWNEC NEWS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1905.
HE BLEW HIS HEAD OFF
Inherited Indian lands. Depart of _
Inherited Indian lands. Department of THOMAS MASEK KILLED HIM-
the Interior, II. S. Indian Service. SELF AT perry BECAUSE HE
Sao and Fox Agency, Oklahoma, Nov- WAS ji3 SHORT.
ember 1, 1905 t „
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing inherited Indian lands located
under the jurisdiction of this agency,
are offered for sale undei the act of
congress of May 27, 1902.
Notice is also given that the secre-
tary of the Interior has directed that
hereafter the following clause should
be Inserted as a proviso, in all deeds
conveying inherited Indian land, viz:
"Provided, that no malt, spirituous, or g,(K.|( Exchange saloon where h
vinous liquors shall be kept nor dis- ,.njp|0yeij and where he had
He Was a Bartender and Had Used
That Amount of Hi Employers
Money—Rather Unusual Case
For the Coroner.
..Perry, Okla., Dec. 4.—Thos. Masek,
aged 25, a son of John Masek, a Bo-
hemian, living six miles east of Perry,
committed suicide t|u>rtly afu^r i
o'clock this morning in the rear of the
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duckwetl, aged 2. year?,
choked to death early yesterday Worn-
lug at his home, in the presence of
his wife and child. He contracted o
sllpht cold a few days ago and paid
but little attention to it. Yesterday
morning he was seixed with a lit of
coughing which continued for some
time. His wife sent for a physician,
but before he could arrive another
coughing spell came on and Duckwell
died from suffocation.—St. Louis
Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901." Bal-
lard's Horehound Syrup would have
saved him. 25c, 50c and |1. Sold by
the Owl Drug Store. *
posed of on the premises conveyed, and si,,pp|ng k Was a clear case of sul
that any violation of this condition, c1()b but an jnqUe#t Will iio held over
either by the grantee or any person the body ton)orr0w.
claiming rights under said party of thoi jigged wns |n Kood health, was pop-
eecond pnrt, shall render the convey- i|]ar and |tle on]>. motlve that can be
ance void and cause the premises to nagjgneii for his deed was the fact that
revert to the party of the first part, his hfi wag alK)ut ju ^Uort in his account
heirs and assigns." wl(ll |,js employers. He was asslst-
Sealed bids will be received by the nj)( bMten-er in the stock Exchange
undersigned up to 12 o'clock, noon on Kaloon aIll| the snpa |n the cash rig-
January 29,190G, for the folliwlng des-j lgler ghowe(j tt shortage of that
cribed tracts. Bids must be aron, ^ morning.
panied by a certified check for not lei-s Mas(,k was out wjth friends during
than 25 per cent of tho amount „mht and was seen for the last
Sealed envelopes containing bids must tjn)e lK,fore ,j,e shooting at 5 o'clock!
be indorsed, "Bids for Inherited Indian
land, to be opened January 29, 100C." •
The description of the land must not
be noted on the envelope. Bids con-
talng cash In lieu of certified check
will not be considered. Certified
cheks on any reputable solvent bank
■will be accepted.
If bids are mailed, be sure to en-
dorse on the envelope as above direct-
er, or inclose tho envelope containing
the bid and proper indorsement in an-
other one directed to the undersigned.
Successful bidders will have a reas- f
onable time in which to deposit the
purchase price and make up deeds.
Invitations to bid are extended to all
■who are able to comply with the con-
Sw y of section 15-17-6 e. Lease ex
plresspires December 31, 1905-
in a short order restaurant with
friend. Frank Suleck. He then w
to the saloon secured his employ*
revolver which is a 3S-callbre on
41 frame, and laid down on a cot ia
the back room. At 7:15 a. m. a shot
was heard and on investigation tt wa3
found that he had placed the barrel
of the revolver In his mouth and pulled
the triger. The whole top of his head
was blown off and the bullet passed
through barrel in the room lodging
Kirst Published In The Shawnee News
December 2, 1905.
Petition and Order for Sale of Perisha-
In the District Court of the United
States for the Third Judicial Dis-
trict of the Territory of Oklahoma,
County of Pottawatomie.
In the matter of J. A. McFarlan, Bank-
Respect fully represents A. F. Thom-
as, the trustee of said bankrupt's es-
I That a part of said estate, to-wit:
a stock of dry goods, hats, caps, shoes,
t tc, etc., contained in store building
at Dale is perishable, not being in-
11 sured and subject to total loss if not
Wherefore, he prays the court to
order that the sdme be sold immediate-
ly as aforesaid.
Dated, December 1, 1905.
A. H. THOMAS, Trustee.
The foregoing petition, having been
The most comfoitable and the most stylish Corset in the world.
Gowns fit perfectly where they are worn. Where these,Corsets
are worn satisfaction is ceitain. They excel in D'.tign, Fabric,
We recommend these Corsets
as the most stylish and best
fitting ever made.
carry them in all - styles and
in the wa^.
Masek had be<
lonths and his employer had nev<
had occasion to doubt his honesty.
duly filed and having come on for
! hearing before me, of which hearing
employed in the t( n ^ava- notioe is hereby given by
publication, and without notice to
creditors of said bankrupt, now, after
due hearing, no adverse interest be-
A Certain Cure for Croup. I ing represented thereat, I find that
When a child shows symptoms of the facts are as above stated, and
Inher .-roup is no time to experiment with that the same is required in the Inter-
££T«d~o#ered'*for "sale" by Hiram new remedies, no matter how highly | est of I*e estate, and it Is therefore
Starr Alottee Helen Crane, deceased, they may be recommended. Th.re is ordered that the same be sold to the
Lot * and se 1-4 of nw 1-4 of section one preparation that can always be . highest and best bidder at public
7-11-5 e" (I.ease expires December 31. depended upon. It has been in use auction on the 12th day of December,
19071 and lot 3 and the ne 1-4 of the for many years and has never been 190o, at 10 o clock a. m., and the pro-
ew 1-4 of section 7-11-5 e tlease ex- known to fail, viz: Chamberlain s ceeds thereof be deposited In the
plres December 31 1906.) .. Inherited Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton State National Bank at Shawnee, that
and offered for sole bv Louisa Mack of Market. Texas, says of It, "I have being the designated depository in
and Dixon Duncan, minor, for whom used Chamberlain s Cough Remedy, bankruptcy for Pottawatomie county
Milton Brvan Is legal guardian. Alottee in severe cases of croup with my chil- in said district.
Flora Mokohoko. deceased. I dren. and can truthfully say it always Witness my hand this 1st day of
iriv« nmmnt relief." For sale by the December, 1905.
• I 2-3t F. S. GOODRICH. Referee.
W. C. KOHLENBERG. Sives prompt relief."
Supt. and Spl. Disb. Agt. Owl Drug Store.
The Czarina Petticoat is the
fullest Garment at the bot-
tom. Best made and
special prices this week.
THE DEPENDABLE STORE.
YOU may as well get into the good clothes
gameatonce; we have the things that
will fit you for it. lfsa game every man
ought to be in; but if you can't be right in it
you'd better keep out altogether.
The important point in wearing Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes is--You're not only
right in clothes but you're sure of it; that's
what their name and label stands for.
It stands'.for correct style, for perfect fit,
for all-wool quality, without any danger of
the "mercerized cotton" cheat. Come and
see these suits and overcoats; we'll show you
the label—a small thing to look for, a big
thing to find.
w Copyright 1905 by Hart Schatfi Marx ■■ ^
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Halpin, Harry E. The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 146, Ed. 1 Monday, December 4, 1905, newspaper, December 4, 1905; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc89748/m1/6/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.