The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 265, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909 Page: 6 of 8
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uPilM-aE . 2ir 1934-.
rearton is to be disquali
fieo in probe of okla-
home CITY craft
Okiahoa-a City. Okla., Sept. 24.— -
la nuw preuj *e«i aelUtd that Al-
ton, t j West Will coauuct UK
ptLt jju> Inveaujauoa itto u
tui.e ot OKlauoaia City and count.. ^
Go.ernor Haskell it to gi e Count} |
Auorttj K. t Koardon a liear.tg m
sn fc.i «?a>* l ""'trie line
morLaig.~ itakint the Journey tiotu
Muskogee for that purp°«. Tbl!'
Ijearmg it courtesy to tfcc county
auorw as «rom tk« governor, bat
it la not expected that It will in
tuence toe dtaquallhcaUon of Mr
Mayor Scales visited Muskogee yes-
terday for the purpose of holding a
conference with Governor Haskeii,
and during the conference he placed
More the governor tie reasons hi
considered sufficient to warrant the
governor In directing Attorney Gen-
eral Charles West to assume conduct
of the grand Jury's work.
The goiernor paid the cloaeat at
motion to the mayor's arraignment of
tl e county attorney, reinforced by the
wrltun requests of a large number
ot influential politicians and buslnei-
men of the county. At its conclusion
he communicated wltb the attorney
general by telephone and stated that
he would in all probability disqualify
Mr. Reardon from conducting the In-
It was not. It Is understood, repre-
eented to the governor that the coun
ty attorney has received moneys from
any Illegitimate source or for any il-
legitimate purpose. The representa-
tions made were particularly with ref-
erence to allesed Ineffectiveness of
the county attorney's office In the
past; to alleged Inaction after Infor-
mation furnished that office, and to
tack of public faith In such an In
▼estimation If undertaken under Mr.
Statements concerning looseness In
the conduct of certain cases by the
county attorney were offered, and a
strong plea that the public be satis-
led by the appointment of an entire-
ly disinterested officer was made. The
reasons named seemed to satisfy the
governor, and he requested Attorney
General West to be prepared to act
In the matter as soon as the dlequall-
Bcatlon of Mr. Reardon should have
passed tnrough the necessary cban-
hospital, after It la built?" was next
"If the city will not equip It. like
they did the city hall and other pub
lie buildings, the people will do It
I'll spend |300 to fit up a room my-
. Kll One doctor b 8 Already prom-
Mom Are Said te Be Csm no In the
lsed a 11.500 set of surgical Inatru
TWO NEW MEDICS HAVE AL-
READY BEEN LOCATED NEAR
the Near Future; Support Is
ments. Oh. the hospital will b.
equipped all right—you can bank on
Continuing, the east-alder asserte.l
that within the next few days titer-
"The doctors of Shawnee will learn woul(j be organlied a combination ol
that they can not bulldoze the people lhe Third, Kourth and Fifth Wards
of the east aide with Impunity," said ti at would forever secure for thes-
a prominent resident and large prop- ward! their abare of Improvements of
erty o ner of that part of the city ,11 kinds, and would at the same time
to Tbe News yeaterday. "We feel do away with the ceaseless bicker
that It waa very unbecoming for the inga that have accompanied the Iocs-
doctors to let their private Iniereat* tion of public bulldlnga and the bit-
influence them to try to sandbag the ter fights that have left factions be
people Into reconsidering the hospital hind them. "The pebple who live
location question after the hospital within shouting distance of Woodland
had been already located. As far as park might Just as well learn now,"
1 am concerned, not one of the doc- said he, "that tbe east and south side
tors who signed that petition for re- people pay taxes the aame as they do
consideration shall ever enter my and expect the same consideration,
home professionally, and there are We have been run ovr In the past,
several of us over there who feel the but we don't propose to be In the
same way. Talk about boycotting' future."
Why, we are going to do some boy j The speaker also threatened dire
cottlng ourselves." political disaster to all who oppose
"What are you going to do for doc- the ambitions of the east and south
tors?" queried the reporter. | sides. "It would look reasonable.
"We'll get the doctors all rt?ht," he said, "to suppose that public offl-
was the reply. "There have already cers, when they saw any part of town
been sold since the hospital was lo- Inclined to retrograde, would do what
cated two choice sites in the vicinity they could to build up that part of
lo out-of-town doctors, who are going town, but instead of doing that they
to move here at once and erect fine appear now to consider It the proper
dwellings. Others are also being course to do all they can to keep
urged to come and are being given down sections of tbe city other than
promises of support." j those they are especially Interested
•How about the equipping of the'in."
Now It the time to start Uklet
■Wtr Intonl. Tbe Shawnee Con
Mrritorr of Mailt bat tbe bee*
eqilt>t !i tearberv Is the Hate. 481
Honn Market Pboae S« Red. Price*
raaeooable. Burt now l-10t
judge sandlin orders audi
tor to pay bellamy s two
ARE Busy WITH THE
WILL not PARADE
ri e wild •<*•! ar.a fx w 1
Give No Street Pageant, But Will
Afford a Strange Stieet Scene.
One of the straugest sights that
jur atreeta have ever presented will
j >e seen on the morning that the But-
alo Bill Wild West and Pawnee Bill
r'ar Eaat appears In our city. The
! -ngine and cars which will be used
n the "Great Trail. Hold-up by In t
lians" will be ta en through the1
treeta from tbe railroad cart to the
exhibition grounds under tbe engine -
jwn electric power. In planning for
the "Great Train Hold up by Indians ,
he management experienced great .
difficulty In providing for an engine.,
s It would be quite impossible to
ransport a real locomotive from
own to town and use it in tbe exbi
aition. It it a peculiar fact that in
presenting a cene typical of tne
primitive Weat that tbe latest Inven-
ion of modern tclence waa called
ipon to solve a difficult problem. An
-lectrlcal dray, used originally in j
rantportlng merchandise through the J
city streets, was called Into requisi-
tion aa the basit for a mimic 1 ocomo-
ll ve. The wheels of the truck, re-
constructed to ault the purpose, tom
what are tie driving wheels of tbe
real locomotive. Upon this basis a
.uperatnicture was erected In Imita-
tion of a practical locomotive. The
inventive ingenuity of the Yankee
has provided the engine with an ap-
pliance that makes It emit black
smoke, with a loud puffing noiae;
there it a whittle, bell and an elec-
tric headlight of great power. The
engineer, seated In the cab. operate*
the engine and all of Its appliance?
■ n the aame manner that the railroad
engineer controls hit iron hors*-
While there will be no street parade
of the conventional sort with the
Wild West and Kar East, the trans-
fer of this unique engine, with Its
train of cars, from the railroad to
the show grounds, accompanied by
Indians In their picturesque garb, the
musical elephants and camels, used
In the Far East scene, will constitute
i sight more Interesting and vastly
more picturesque than tbe street pa-
ade of the ordinary tented exhibi-
tion. When tbe paraphernalia arrives
tt the show grounds, with its hun-
ilieds of horses, the public will be
tble to witness an equally picturesque
scene and unusual sight In the erec-
tion of the Indian tepees by the ban.l
<>f a hundred real redmen and their
squaws who accompany the exhlbl
lh - only cigar* we ever bran Jed
wiihourfirm name. Stands to
reason ihu we hid to make ilnm
I as g-iod as possible, doesn't it?
Hand-made of delicious belnded
Wherev*. < CccC Cigar*
Rothenberg & Schloss
Kansas City, Mo,
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY.
join tne Chamber 01 Commerce and
oe not onl) a contributing member
out an active member at well. It 1a
only by jetting and keeping the
ooottert together that Shawnee eair
attain her full growth. Big things ar
in prospect. hence great eaertlone
mould b. put forth. Get busy and
eep In the game.
Old newspaper.. a ceuu a bundle
it The fiewi odlce. "
WHAT DO THE WANT AD«
MEAa TO YOUt
book turough the W ant Page
of thia p*p*-f any day ead nove
carefully the various ada Ton will
read of people who wlah to buy,
•eli. Of exchange, of those wb
are looking for opportunities for
potitlons, tor investments taA ev-
erything else that it poeeible te
want (or. Surel) tbi-se want ada
mean something to you. oot that
every *d should appeal to yo«.
but because you cat do what
theae people are doing. Sooner
or ia'er the occasion will preeeat
Itself. WheB II does, don't say H
it impossible, simply si >e your
Avoid all chances of
irrjpure water by drir)K-
ioq "OZ/\RKA" splen-
did apd sparKlio* frorr)
Delivered to your door.
The Live Dru£g'8t
BOY NARROWLY ESCAPES,
Quinlan, OKla., Sept. It.—An acci-
dent happened at the bridge aoutb of
town which nearly coat of the life
of Jlmmie Beg?s. S-year-old son of S.
W Beggs, contractor for the bridge.
Work was going on at the sandpit
and Jlmmie was playing cloae by
when, without any warning, the banV
caved In. catching him and burying
him under four feet of said and din.
He was dug out as rapidly aa pos-
sible. ard hasty examination abcied
signs of life. He was revived after
two hours, and It was found that hla
left le; was broken above the knee
and he waa otherwise bruised. Cal-
vin Creet was caught In the slide and
burled up to hla shoulders, but es-
caped with only a few bruises.
Rested en Pacific Coaat While Tax-
payers Labored and Sweat
Guthrie. Okla., Sept. 14.—Having
drawn, according to the official re-
port of State Kxam.ner Taylor, the
sum of J1.935.5U In salary at *175 per
month up to April 1st, and also hav-
ing drawn the same amount of month-
ly salary for April, May and June
ernor Haskell In his New State Trib-
une defends Bellamy In drawing the
unauthorized salary and aavs Its the
proper thing for Bellamy to do. Hav-
ing himself taken the State's money
to employ detectives, such a defense
from Haskell la not surprising.
During the entire summer months,
while Bellamy was absent from the
State to escape the hot weather, his
two salaries from the State were con-
tinuing, and he was living a life of
ease and pleasure on the Pacific
Coast and In the Rockies while the
State taxpayers were working hard
at home, notwithstanding the hot
weather, In order to meet the greatly
Increased taaxtlon when It comes due
Pmts anywb'ie ecot>e < In M
(not included in the Taylor report., IBtDOU< Jor^ M [>, ghnrv
the lieutenant-governor of the State, w#|| pmJ> Tah *«a. Tbe formula t
George W. Bellamy. Is now In court ^ n rnat brL Ask yowr Oocto
to compel the 8iate banking board patsa. beedarbee pales any
Swept Over Niagara.
This terrible calamity often he^-
pens because a careless boatman Ig-
nores tbe river's warnings—growine
ripples and faster current Natures
warnings are kind. That dull pain
or ache In the back warns you the
Kidneys need attention If yon would
escape fatal maladies—Dropsy. Pla
betes or Brlght's Disease. Take Elec-
tric Bitters at once and see backache
fly and all your best reelings return
"After long suffering from weak kid
neya and lame back, one $1 bottle
wholly ^ired me." writes J. R. Blank-
•nshlp. or Belk, Tenn. Only 60c si
THRE'! LINES, THREE TIMES. 25c
Everyone wo«M te benefited by
taking ruler's Orttto Laxative fo'
eooatipatton, alomact and liver trou
Mee. aa tt sweetens tbe Koaact IK
breath gently •Claelatte tbe Hvf
m4 reavlalee tbe bowels aad ti Met
pepertot lo p<Ue aad ordinary laxa
Uvea Bold by all Dnscglata.
to replace hit name on the payroll at
(175 per month as chairman of that
board. His salary for July, August
and September Is held up awaiting
the preaent action of the court.
No authority whatever existing bv
law for the payment of such a salary
to the chairman of the banking board,
who aa lieutenant-governor also
draws a salary from the State, the
banking board at a receat meeting
BROOM CORN AT 1SO.
Fairview, Okla., Sept. !l—Broom
corn Is selling at 1150 per ton on
the atreets of fairview and Is atlll
rising. Major County's brush Is of
•xceptional quality this year, and Is
Write Dv. gboo*. Racla*
or Drngclat abnat tbla formula' 8mr-
Wla., for free trial to pr 1 valu
Sold by Wallace Meaa.
HINDUS WITH BUFFALO BILL.
Tew people of the earth present
such Interesting features for study
and reaearch as do the Hindus. Their
banking ooara at a receat mee,... grange fanaticism, superstition and
chopped Bellamy's nsme from the eWmrf ««P«m "™J PO *™
payroll. This followed the action of |«« made them a people of much In-
the State press In denouncing the I teraat to scientists. World celeb,-ated
board for permitting lla chairman to « !««««« . magicians and snake
draw an cnauthorl.ed .alary. Of i charmera. their work In these lines
courae. Bellamy was so™ because he*"* «"*« «« «>• "«>
waa separated from his salary. And •* Jwofldent exponents of the mys-
are now in daily service on THE KATY to and from Sl Louis
Kansas City. San Antonio and Houston. Tex
These trains are just a little faster than THE KATY FLYLK
and are new throughout — new engines, new baggage cars, new coaches,
new chair cars and new sleeping cars.
The sleeping cars are electric lighted with fans and individual berth light*.
You are cordially invited to inspect
"The Katy Limited"
You will find theae traina embody every travel comfort and convenience.
LEAVES atoka, ok. daily
Northbound: ll2U A M.
he Is la court now to have It con-
Now comet Judge Joel Sandlln of
the Superior Court here (until Oover-
lT^l"uni «'■ /*■■■• ■ " " 'MV wr——«
ouch sought after by eaateru men nor Haakell appointed him to that
With proper attention as to care anl position he was the governor's prl-
eulture of this crop, northeastern OV 1 vate aecreiary) and Issues a tempor-
hhoma will furnish a grade of broom!try writ of mandamus compelling the
corn superior to that grown In any L—* * "
Other part of the United States, this
locality being particularly adapted to
tic arts appear In the "Far East," glv
Ing an exhibition which alone would
constitute a thow far above the usual
ttandard ol merit. Thursday. Sept
30th, in city limits, Benedict grounds.
HEALTH AND BEAUTY AID
Coaaetlee aad lotions will aot clea-
board to restore Bellamy's unauthor your complexion of pimples as'
lied salary and for the board to show | blotches like Foley's Ortno Laxatlvf
THE NlWflt • Ct* WttK.
cause In court on Sept. 30. at 10
o'clock a. m . why It has failed to
do ao. la this connection. It la of
Interest te the taxpayers that Oov-
lor Indigestion, stomach aad live-
trouble aad habitual eoaitlpetlon
Cleaasea tbe eyste* aad Is pteaaarr
•eld b all druutets
IT*« News wUltte plaatee to raeerts
M oe«l (res IU talrooa paoea ap
ie s o cieeh e «a dar II roe are sotae
away ■>< '• (reads 'taiiinn yea
know <■! anr outer naes . boor SJ1 — j
Kbawoea Sawa. ooroer Main and PbUe- |
I ' I
Would you like to get
<1 a home in golden Cali-
fornia? Go this Fall.
Colonist excursions every day,
Sent, ic to Oct. 15. Railroad fare
only from most points in Kansas
and Oklahoma. Upon payment of
berth rate (about one-half the stand-
ard Pullman charge) you get double
berth in a Santa Fe tourist sleeper;
roomy, modern and comfortable.
Stop-overs allowed for Grand Canyon
—and Salt River Valley, in Arizona also;
at most points in Cslifomis, including the gr* 8>n Joaquin Valley.
Santa Fe tourist ileeptr service to San Franciico it quicker than any other line. To
Lo« Angeles no other line is latter. Pcrsooally-conducted excursion! tri-weekly.
Mealt by Fred Harvey.
Ask (or illustrated book-teiden: "To Calilornla la a Touritt Sleeper." and "San Joaquin
W. L. INGHAM, AGENT.
HosteMtt are reouwied to send is
*eeoursu of society e*ent*. or telepfcow
•ociriT reporter m soon after occur
recce as toMible Telephone Sbawnet
News l or send to office corner of
Main and Philadelphia
The womar who baa periodical haa*
aches, bar xaclie. sees lmaginsry dsrk
spots urspeckt floating or dancing belora
bar eye*. hay,nawing distress or heavy
full feeling />/ omach, laint spells, drag-
glng-downng In lower sbdomlnsl or
pelvic rnttoa. -asily surtled or exelted.
IrreguUTr or psintnl periods, with or with"
•ut tfivlc cataerh. is suffering from
..rv an, flerangetnenu that should
y at/*ntlon. Not all ol above
f iikely 10 be preeent la say
„ or badly treated and rich
in run Into maladies which de
lurgeon't knile If they do aot
..._.raially. , .
No mpilifin* .nji ^ guch,l jon|
Vp(TnuT|^^f7''-''ril ot cureA.m
yypra.1 .PgrtHii iiii
mt has such a Ion
ril-'il rprtis.in :
Ar? il vrilf ^rfiMfll
has such a airoi]
unlrr nf t.r.1 narv nun
nnnHiimv XT.e very best Ingredlen-
known to medi:al aclenca for the cure of
woman's peculiar ailments enter Into Itf
comt*o«ltion. No alcohol, harmful, 01
&abii-forming <iruf is lo be found in th
1st of Its Ingredients printed on each
bottle-wrapper and attested under oatb
In any • ■•iditlon of the female aysteir
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription car <1
wily good—never harm Its whole efl-
la 10 strang then. Invigorate and regu ...
the whole female system and especially
the pelvic organs. When these ar« de
ranged in function or affected by di*ea- «,
the slonfa<-h and other organs of digestion
become <yinnathetically deranged, the
oarves a-e weakened, and a long list ol
bad, unp'^a ant symptoms foWow. Too
nuch mt>t not be expected of this "Fa-
eorite Pi'Ascription." It will not perform
■trades-, will not cure tumors—no med-
icine will Iwcill often prevent them, if
taken In time, and thus the operating
table arvl the surgeon's knife may be
Women suffering from diseases of long
Standing arc Invited to consult Doctor
Pierce oy letter, fret. All corre<pondence
Is heid a« stricily private and sacredlf
confider* al Address!- Dr R V. Pierce,
Dr. P' • •nMedleel
grill ' ' wit innpi hi i uuevwHs
mp- -t parer-coVered, or 31 sump#
clo* ^mrfi copy. Adoress as above.
Note Heads, Bill Heads,
Letter Uteris. Statements
Bnvelopea, Visiting Cards
Pamphlets, Posters, Etc.
1HE SHAWNEE NEWS
JO! KAST main ST.
FOB YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE
Typheld la cltteed among tbe
preventable dlttatea. And ye«
net long age In a certain eatttrn
city there were IM caaea af thla
terrible disease In two warde
alone, and M37 catte during the
year for the entire city. The ee-
tlmated money cost of the 1 4
casta In the two warde. Including
lest of wagea, medical, hospital,
and funtral espentst, amounted
ta nearly 25,000.
The moral la. It paya ta af end
woney for prevention.
Adviser (1000 paget)
Ipt of SI one-ceal
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