The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 265, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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FRIDAY, 'Ti ?«. 1 09
mi New*. o ««
IMF V(«l « M|, T-« -«>•< •
McNeil & smilevs
119 East Main
Modern up-to-date arrangements for handling food stuff in a clean and
Nothing Displayed on the Sidewalk
Where it is exposed to the dirt, dust and filth of the street. We want your
grocery orders, no matier how small, or large, the same courtesies to all.
Especial care given to telephone orders.
Big sale on Michigan grapes. 100 baskets nice and sweet pr basket 29c
Michigan Potatoes, 50 bushels smooth Burbank Potatoes, fine, dry
and mealy, per peck 29c; per bushef - - - - $1.10
Shawnee Chief Flour; this flour is the pride of the forest City,
5,000 pounds on sale today and Saturday only, prices go
up Monday morning—Saturday, per bag of 48 pounds
Sweet Potatoes; 10 bushels of nice, clean, smooth Southern
Queen sweet potatoes on sale at, per peck 39c, per bushel
I KENNEDYS HAD.NOT SEEN KINS-
MAN FOR SIXTEEN YEARS
J. F. Kennedy of Excelsior Springs,
I Mo., brother of A. E. and D. N. Ken-
nedy of this city, arrived in Shawnee
this afternoon. The brothers had not
met before for sixteen years. Mi-
Kennedy is looking for investments
Dr. Roller Hurls De'i.
B. I'\ Holler of Seattle, Wash.. phy-
sician. wrestler, boxer and nil round j
athlete. Is anal" on " * warpath, lie h.ts j
nurletl a dell al Stanley Kelt'llt'l and
"Philadelphia .lack" O'Urien. IM'lerj
says he Is anxious to exi linage Jabs,
uppereuts and swings with either "
the two In a six. ten or twenty round
bout. lie thinks lie is the man to re
gain the pugilistic- crown uow worn
by Jack Johnson to the white race.
ISoller has been before, the public In
many foils. Several years ag" he was
a conspicuous figure iu Uulverslty of
FANCY LEMONS, DOZEN • • 20c
CRANBERRIES, PER QUART 12c
CELERY, JUMBO, TWO STALKS 15c
PEACHES. FREESTONE, BASKET 40c
EATING PEARS, DOZEN 4«C
TOKAY GRAPE3, POUND '2c
FIVE-POUND BASKET 50c-
DATES, POUND ""12®
FRESH VIENNA BREAD, SIX LOAVES FOR. 25c
BURRELL GEM CANTALOUPES, 3 FOR 25n
GREEN BEANS, GALLON 35c
EVAPORATED RASPBERRIES, POUND 35c
EVAPORATED PINEAPPLES, 2 POUNDS 250
EVAPORATED APRICOTS, POUND 15c
EVAPORATED PRUNES, 3 POUNDS 25c
FANCY COLORADO APPLES, PECK 55c
COLORADO HONEY, PER BOX 20c
STRAINED HONEY, PER QUART JAR 40c
NICE OLIVES, PER QUART 35c
FANCY DAIRY BUTTER, POUND 35c
COLUMBIA MILK, SIX CANS 25c
NEW SAUER KRAUT, POUND 5c
NEW NUDEVANE OATS, PACKAGE 10c
QUAKER OATS, TWO PACKAGES 25c
IS ARRESTED 111
HIS HQ!'! HERE
|ALLEGED BOOTLEGGER COMES
HOME ON A VISIT AND IS
NABBED BY OFFICERS.
George Loving, who disappeared
| from the city following a raid on the
j]d Herald Building on South Broad-
way, In which some liquor was con-
I "seated and which raid resulted in 1
warrant for Loving, recently came
back to the city and was arrested
oon after his arrival. The officers
wfere noticed as soon as he got to
town and arrested him at his home
I He is charged with violation of the
Tom Burns fy Molr
Prire ficht, 10 rounds of fast and furious fiKhtina
Mrs. Jonsn' lover, or • want my hut
The story of a jealous husband
His wifes Visitor
The strongest moving picture
hit of the season.
With $2.00 Grocery orders on Saturday
18 Povnds oi Svgar for $1.00
CAPTAIN TAULBEE WILL VISIT
LOCAL M it I TI A SATUR-
DAY, OCT. 2.
Dr. A. L. Austin
1% «Mt HU>
j Pro*. Arthur H. Greene
Mu>ic l Director and >rjranihl Hap-
| tut White QkUham* City.
i onductor North M. h. Church
i Voiei Gultnrt, tipmiiui It Sn(ii(
The O.d •■Milan Ma'kud
Teaching iu sjimwumi rntla>s
Saiurtlays. Siudio 4W North Mar-
ket fiiuti £10, IttiHii ft) S1AY
THE LINEN SALE AT THE MAM-
MOTH WILL BE CONTINUED ALL
, Traincu INur*c
n* NarU Usard Phon*
MM. BROWN CAR*
Mr*. Brows Carr has Just returned
tAMe from Moler Coll®|fl, Chicago,
where she spent two months In
taking a post graduate course la fa-
cial and body snassage. manicuring
kalrdresetug. Barrel, chiropody and
•lMlriolysU. Will make calls.
Captain Taulbee, asrlstant adjutant
general, O. N. G., will visit Company
d Saturday, Oct. 2, for the regular
inspection of equipment, The local
company Is In excellent Bhape, as cs-
A grey and white rat has been ob- pecia, attention has been paid to
served frojlicklng about with rats of . , UD aj, () the company prop
the ordinary color recently in the rear ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
of the Pullman. preparations for the Inspection made.
"THE CONVERSION OF SAUL'*
MONOAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER
21. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 22-5t
Mrs. Gilhert Bowen and son have
gone to Kansas City for Mrs. Bowen'a
A beautiful new Reo automobile foe
saie. cheap, for cash. 6ee it at The
News office. 24-tl
Vice President Hamilton of the
Metropolitan Engineer & Construction
' Co. is here from Kansas City.
\ Local News j
C. D. Halley has gone to St. Louis
to study medicine.
George E. McKinnis is in Oklahoma
City on business.
I THE LINEN SALE AT THE MAM-
'MOTH WILL BE CONTINUED ALL
1 DAY SATURDAY.
I Mrs. Margaret Christner Bennett
has returned from a tour of Europe
and will spend the winter here.
A young man to do the general
work around The News wanted at
The ladles of the Round Table will
meet with Mrs. W. T. Leahy, 637
North Market. Friday afternoon, Oct.
1st, at Z: 30 o'clock.
THE LINEN SALE AT THE MAM
MOTH WILL BE CONTINUED ALL
Fire Chief and Mrs. L. A. Brown
write from Clovls, N. M.. that they
will leave there today for their home
In their automobile.
THE CURRENT WEEK.
Th« Round Table will bold the
drat meeting of the Fall season on
Friday, Oct. l.
choctaw cotton oil co.. 22c
s. broacway. new crop cot
ton seed meal, hulls and
The first meeting of the fall seaao',
for the Doctors Wlvea will be hell
Wednesday, Sept. M. with Mra. A
N. WlUey. 114 North Union
There will be a missionary rally
In the parlors of the First Baptist
church Monday afteroooa. Sept 27.
The Ladles Aid Society of the
drace M. E church will meet at the
church Thursday afternoon.
Bright new crop cotton seed meal.
Choctaw Cotton Oil Co. 18-"t
Doctor Brlnghurst has gone to San
Antonio, Tex., for a visit.
Otis B. Weaver, editor of the Ada
Dally News, was a visitor to the city
last night, leaving for Ada this morn-
In the Superior Court yesterday
Hortense.White filed suit for divorce
from her husband, Isaac White, charg-
ing abandonment. She also asks cus-
tody of her minor child, aged eigh-
the linen sale at the mam-
moth will be continued all
the linen sale at the mam-
moth will be continued all
db. n. r. noLt.an.
Pennsylvania athletics. Holier was a
stalwart fellow when he entered the
medical school of the university, turn-
ing from I>e I'auw university, and he
was at once picked for the football
squad. He played In the practice
games. but was not on the eleven be-
cause It was learned that he hail
played four years with the IJe I'auw
team; therefore under the football
rules he was ineligible for the univer-
sity eleven: Roller has had fairly good
success In the wrestling game and ha*
met defeat only at the hands of Chain
pion frank tiotcli.
Chicago Americans' New First Sackei
The sale of "fill k" Arnold by the
Bbreveport club to the Chl.ago Aiuer
leans has been announced. Several
teams have been dickering for the
services of Arnold. lie Is at present
playing with the Sactaineuto team of
the Pacific Coast league under the
name of tlandll.
Last seasou "Chi' k" Arnold playe I
drst base for the Pirates, but refused
to report to Bbreveport this year.
Jumping to the California outlaws. In
order that he remain In organised
baseball the Shreveport club loaned
the player to Sacramento of the Pa-
cific Coast league for the remainder
of the season. As It member of tills
team Arnold has been playing wonder-
ful ball. He attracted the attention of
, several big league stoats, and its a re-
1 suit several clubs were anxious to gruli
Vegetable Diet TlF Athlstss.
Vegetables are to form an Important
fentu-f ln ,,1P of ,h'" lrtah Arai'rl-
can At '«>'"'«• und<'r, '|R'
system which If "Tamed by
Ijtwson Robertson* llie tieW trni.
who recently t<M>k up Ills duties at Cell
Ic park. New" Vork. The new met)ti Is
more particularly designed to meet the
requirements of the distance runners,
for Trainer Robertson Is a firm be-
liever in the system of diet adopted by
E. It. Volgbt. five mller. who Is s
vegetarian. Robertson claims that
vegetables give more endurance than
meats and ln hot weather are better
for the general health.
Till 11 n I 11II it'* .ere you see the Vreain of
I Hi h ft Id living Pictures, Hon'. En r
NIL UULUn |nj 4*UI(|1| E-u„ iona, l~l.es
•nd children enjoy these innocent amnsemenis. Hooae
clean, well vent ilated ami i-ool.
None Free Except Children Under 5 years
Wlntar Pastura. Ws hava Rye aa<1
rtarley at whcla prloas. Shswnee
Milling Co. l«-l t
131 N. Market St. Phone 335 Red
Best equipped teachers in the State
Monthly pupil recital. Special cours<
for teachers. Reasonable prices
Home for out-of town pupils.
CARL S. Kelfer, Director.
Eicluslv* lis* of Ladlaa and Misses'
■alts al Smjrih's. Ifc-li'
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells of Geary
are visiting friends in the city.
Call at once, young man, for a Job
of general work at News office. 24-
THE linen sale at the mam-
MOTH will be CONTINUED all
CM l>4 Iter* tko a w Wm *
m*m Mk ak Martk'a • • t-
B. W. Cook of Alabama Is visiting
nls brother-in-law. City Detective Dar-
den. He Is much delighted with.
The civil tppearance docket of the
Superior Court has been filled andj
five cases are already awaiting the
new docket. The highest number is
Be sure to attend the cantata, j
"Strange Visitors," at the Horton
Memorial Church Friday evenfng,
September £4. AdmUilon 10 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rorer and Mr.
and Mrs. E. W Hill have returned
from their outing In the Kiamichi
'HMI UMM MM TIMUk, Ms
Jerry Mltcheson, alias Jerry Hen-
derson, was arrested yesterday after-
noon while trying to steal from the
Rock Island ticket office through the
ticket window. When arrested he had
In his possession a grip check bear-
ing the name of Clifton Henderson,
Don't miss the cantata. "Strange
(Visitors," Friday evening. September
24. at the Horton Memorial Church.
Admission 10 cents. 11-3t
Any Intelligent person may earn a
a;ood Income corresponding for news-
papers; experience unnecessary. Send
stamp for full particulars. Emplr
PreBs Syndicate, Mlddleport, N. Y. 14
THUI LINKS, THRU TIMIS, Be
notice to grain dealers.
Th Merchants' Exchange of St
lx>uls extends an Invitation to every
uraln and elevator man to come to St.
Louis during the wee* of October 4ih
to 9th. and If he will send his name
to this bureau a visitor's ticket to
the floor will be Issued, good f r six
days. All who have ever lived In
St. Louis are especially urged to
come and take part In the centennial
celebration of the Incorporation of the
city. Reduced rates on all railroads.
—Publicity Bureau. 214 Chamber of
I Commerce. St. Louis. Mo 14-
WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH, CHKAP ANYONE WISHING TO SEE SAME
CALL AT THE SHAWNEE NEWS OFFICE. CORNER MAIN AND PHIU
^DELPtilA. NO TRADE ACCEPTED—CASH ONLY.
Beeehall Follows the Flag.
Basehnll follows the flag even In out
hot tropical possessions. In the Pnnii
ma canal zone two leagues played a
series of games In the season .lust
losed there. At Colon the sport has
taken such a hold on the people that
It Is proposed to put up a new base
ball park prior to the opening of the
next league season. The Panama Itnll
road company lias granted the grnunt'
for the purpose, and the business toe
if Colon are contributing to « fund fot
the erection of an Ini losnre nnd grant
stand. The games draw attendances
varying from non to 1,200 each game
New Park For Brooklyns.
Tbourh his team may he too close ti
the cellar to >:ttlsf.v the Brooklyn fan'
Charley niibetx president of the Su
perl ins, evidently believes they will In
lilg money getters next year and I
having plans drawn up fur a new sta
dltimitt Washlngt uipat-U. Tlt< dlnmon '
may be shifted urmtrnl and a tlotiblt
tliv k jrrnnil stand built where the J
•ent bleachers now stand and wlier■■
there Is always a trocd breeze blowing
The dlamoi il v I be laid where lli
left field foul line now stands, which
would aid the nth tier In getting alter
foul balls In the 'tin.
Boston Nationals' New Player.
The first deal of the season betweer,
the Southern league aid a iiujoi
league club Is announced In the sale < f
Second Baseman. Cranston of the
Memphis team to, the Boston Nation.
itls. Catcher Ball and an outfielder,
tn addition to a cash consideration, fig-
ured In the trade.
-SuggcHtive Therapeutics- , <
rpit si • an exact science based on natural law.
'ES 1 *' f ■* successful in abandoned cases.
cures diseases of body and mind without drugs or
Call or write about your case; there's hope for you. Advtoa
cheerfully given. CONSULTATION FREE.
We try to avoid all false promises.
OfTices No. 3 and 4 Postofflc. Bulldlnj. |
Practicing method made famous by Weltmer Institute. Nevada. Mo. '
NgWt WANT AOS PAY WILL.
airy, sunshine, million dollar bakery—;
baked in white tile ovens on the TOP Floor.
delicious ginger snai>—with
a delightful flavor and taste.
Kept fresh and crisp in the
tbrice-sealcd, moisture-proof packagt.
At your grocer's—5c.
kansas r<rr t"
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