The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 265, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1909 Page: 7 of 8
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FRIDAY, wEPTEMBER 14, 1909.
Castle Hall, Shawnee Lodt;r
No 20. Kn glvs ol Pyth as
Every Tuesday evening ni t o'cluo.
rtall'otf brother# a rtli ilt iovttod w
Third floor, Hotvtffioe Kalldlav.
F. W. Uaifley, K. of R. and S
W. L. Madden, C. C.
RAILROao TIME TABLE
Shawn** I/Odife No. 33. I. 0. O. F
Umu aver Thursday altfhla. VUlt-
tof Brethren welcome.
X P. MITCHELL
105 S. B'way. Snaw uc, Ok la
B P Hamilton. M l
Win. B. Pig*. M O
Allen C. Adatas. M. l
( Harrvtnan Dru* Store BM|(. i
Dis. Wilson &. Gallahsr
By*. Bar, Nose and Throat.
Tblrtf lioor Mammoth BnlMtM
■soma 111-114. Pboaa 7*4.
Quick Work matw Done
Our new machine i aolaa your ,ho*«
while you walt-Repairirif of all kind.
Work (ruaranteed. Sewed or nailed
4 aolet Ific
B Much Up-to-Date Shoe
Blacksmith Shop In Shawnee
Expert Horse Shoeing
444 h. Main SL
BOM ION BAKEKY
Juata Little Better Thin Mother Uaed
a mule to order bjr your own recipe-
I. B. NCOUNT,
Jeweler, Watchmaker and
Vow«>tch will lie repaired to keep time
Bring me your watcli work.
14 fvort Main St.
EASY TU y V EL
Phone 173—We'll Come
The only Independent Lumber Co.
ID the county. If you don't buy from
«e boib lo e money.
SANTA KB LUMBBB CO.
105 Eaal Main Ptaooa 130
If you want to buy or sell come
and see me
(18 N. Broadway, Shawnee, Okta
Offioa Phone 124 Ke. V*hon. 311
OlHoe 20* South Union
8hawnee I'raucfer Company
Walker* WUhart. Hrop«
Oeowal Storage, Crating and Packing
S. K. Vose
u locatol at 119 14 Un'on- * Rua«cll •
Old .Und All call, promptly .n.weml
Office phone J9 . aeefaience pboue 74'
Reaidtnce 314 N. Oklahoma.
IJJH E- Main St'
Vol Satisfactory work at pricea you
Successor lo S. M Gloyd
LU MIIHSK DWALKK
H. E. Jacobs, Mgr.
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MISSOURI KANSAS * TEXAS
III lUsihouod fetSssb
IK VfasfcOouod ft: l pm
Mrs. W. E. Jackson's
White Roae Complexion Cream and
you will u*e no other. K'nd it at
Wallace Mann's or K. A.
Ueynolda « S«>u.
New Plumbing Shop!
SHAWNEE PLUM8IN0 COMPANY
Qaa Fitting a Specialty.
Ill North Beard. Phono 141.
All work guarantee*.
Knight Broa. Propa.
J. C Fletniue
urriajre and Wa^on fainting and
\uto Paintitg a specialty, also furniture
ml Piano finishing.
805 307 West Main
e *r lie of Niivurino, a
W rltli.K. tUt- 1U. niUm SInglBlni,
conuil ui«n* 10 the i>4 .
this stllklug little stv f'n(,e of thf
, "lii the moiulng tbe sat. . 8.mpg t<1
l*n.v wan cohered with floating , , ||u"
which tniiuj poor wretches wetx ,re*f
Ing, calling for help lu ,x
tongues. Among them were nMV
(Jreck prlaoners still with mnnuclr
upon their limbs. All English lleutcn
nnt who wis putting ashore a Turk 1st
official was anxious to save some ex
buusted men who were clutching i
scorched mast. 'We must resell
them!' he exclaimed hotly.
M,Bnli!' answered the Turk. Thej
nre only common soldiers and will sooi.
die!* Then he laughed.
" 'Good heavens!' exclaimed the Eup
llshuiau angrily. 'What Is there t<
•"Laugh!* said the Turk. 'By Allah
you English nre a singular peop!<
Yesterday you came Into the bay whll
we were quietly at our coffee. Ym
knocked our ships to pieces, killed ot
mangled all our men till the fleet Is nn«
vast slaughter bouse, and this mornln;
you pretend to be so Iriraane that yon
cannot pass a score of wounded sol
diers without putting yourself out of
your way to save them!' M
Baron Henri de Uothschfld was onci
Involved lit au amusing Incident, li
which a well known Parisian theal
rlcal manager took part. The baron of
fered hlin a play, which he practically
accepted without looking at "Yes. rm
dear baron." he said, "of conrse I'll
produce It. and I am very flattered you
should have brought It to me first."
"Yes. but you must read It," Insist
ed the baron, "for It may not suit you
1 am not at all sure that It will. 1
will come again tomorrow, when yon
will have had lime to look over It."
"All right, do." answered the man
Next day. when the baron presented
himself, he was received with enthusl
asm. "It's a masterpiece, ray dear
baron—a masterpiece. I shall be de-
lighted to produce It and as soon as
possible. We'll have it next season."
On the manager's desk lay the roll
of paper Baron de Rothschild had
brought the previous day. He picked
It up. unrolled it and showed It to the
manager. All the pages were blank.
Ths Unsophisticated at So*.
Actordlug to a linai paper, one or
i he petty officers of a inaiitif-war at
the New Yi.rk navy yard recently
made a requisition to the«paymaster's
office for two "horse The story
goes that the pvor tnan meant "haws
pipes." Now. any one who know
what hirtrfce pipes'are will wonder
what he wanted with them.'I susj ec'
• me one Wtik playing a practical jok
^ Mm. The same paper gives anotlir
allegro' occl:rrence w,1,fh shows hov
Vttle ^ Mown by some of the na
recruits of 1*4.
'Utica! terms. The re 1
lu question gm
a monkey wrench.
donkey engine, tlw
wuaiv dogwatch aud t'
i-athead so confused UM )1'8 n°ddle th 1
he called for "a watch stand
the cat engine" and refft
captain as a "donkey head." !8 n *"<'
suit the veracious chronicler depOK°tli
that the offender was committed to tlli
ship's brig, there to repent and learn
better. Both yams are probably of
the type usually "told to the marines."
but nevertheless It is a fact that many
fudlcrous mistakes of the kind are
made by those whose knowledre of
the sea Is limited, and many practical
Jokes of which they nre the butt are
mnde on the unsophisticated.—Ship-
Laclede Furnished Rooms
103 s Wen M in St. Phone 227
Also furnished rooms for light houte
keeping All mo lern conveniences. No
extra charge for bath.
lJh< ue.> 78—'2- 8—!I27
Kor Reliable Automobile Service Al:
calls answered promptly
RATIOS KKAON \BLK
J as. L. '• St*'*/
We're at home now and would be
pleased to have you call
Dixie Home Studio .<ud
Ei'le Hair Parlors
110 Weil nth St.
We have a few of those 75c and $1.00
adosan card* leti if you call •*a ,ly.
MEET ME AT
The tesi Coffee
2M East Main Street
I've Been There And It's
N11 HAmSS SHJP
UP-TO DiTE HOE SHOP
NO 4 WEST MA N
New work a specialty. Re-
ualrinxn' nil kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Charges
Give us a trial, we call for
and deliver harness.
All new and modern ma-
Schafar aid Vantress.
! The Owl Bakery i
His Longest Engagement.
At the Array and Navy club In
Washington one evening a group of of-
ficers. most of them young men. were
swapping stories of various engage-
ments during the war with Spain and
the subsequent troubles in the Philip
Among the silent listeners was one
grizzled veteran, a naval commander
of national renown. It must have oc-
curred to cne of the young men that
it was peculiarly ludicrous that ofli
cers not long out of the academies
should be holding forth with respect
to their exploits while this old fellow
sat silent In a corner. So. turning to
the veteran, one of the young officers
"What was the longest engagement
you ever participated In, admiral?"
•*It lasted three years," said the oh
chap, without a suspicion of a smile,
"and. worst of all. the young woman
murrled another man."-Washington
For Two Years.
For two years after I was married
I was ashamed to meet the preacher
who united ray wife and me In the
holy bonds. You see. in ray excited
condition I made a blunder and gave
him a five dollar bill Instead of $20.
which I Intended to hand him. I sup-
pose he thought I was a cheap skate,
but I couldn't very well explain it
without making myself ridiculous or
causing him to suspect that I was ly-
ing about It."
"You say you felt that way for two
"Yes. After that I began to be sorry
I hnd given him auythlug!"—Philadel-
It wss at a breach of promise case,
and the rustic defendant was under
••Now tell me. please." said the coun-
sel sternly, "one the evening of the
lttth when you bade her good by did
she suffer you to kiss her?"
••Well," said the witness slowly,
reckon now I did give her a kiss or
two. but there wern't much sufferlu'
about It as I could see."
And even the learned judge conde-
scended to smile.—Exchange
Jenkins (speakln? to hie friend the
editor about the death of Illche. the
millionaire!—How much is he worth.
I wonder? Editor (absentmlndedly)
Not much. Not more than u quarter
of a column at the outside.—Chlcagc
fottsvaiomi* couaty Moo tune*
VfariU IBS N Bell 8t Ptoao H
feglase * • oiltas. proprietors.
WEOMAN BROh.. Props
Corner Beard *ad Dewoy
Freeh Bread. Cakee and Plee
YOU WILL FINO OUR
CAKE0* BREAD ANO PlEP
Try Them. You will Llka Them.
Comer Beard and Dewey.
First Doctcr—To what do you at
tribute ills sir cess as a physician '*
Beyond Dcctcr—To his diplomacy. II
fir*t finds cut a few things a patlen
doesn't like and then orders him uoi
to eat them.—Philadelphia Record.
A Libsl on the Original.
••Why is Matide so angry with th
"She found a label on the back o
her picture saying, 'The original o'
tills photograi li Is carefully presen
Little Willie—Say. pa, what Is a pes
Pa—A pessimist, ray son. la a mai
who derives most of his pleasure fron
his effort to spoil the pleasure of oth
A Cood Verdi fctory.
Here is a charming story about Ver
dl: A farmer living In the depths of
the country was very desirous to bertr
one of the Illustrious composer's op
eras. 80. better late than neter, h *
took his ticket, traveled up to MI'an
and, securing A good seat, heard
Alda." The farmer was very much
disappointed and wrote to Verdi to say
so. adding that he did not like th"
musl'- at all and that under these clr
cumstances he hoped that Verdi woul
see the reasonableness of at once re
turning him his money. There wer
his railway fare, his ticket of adnil;
slon and his supper at Milan, for whirl
he Inclosed the bill.
The grand old maestro entered fully
Into the humor of the situation. H«
wrote back a polite letter regrettln-
that his music had failed to please am'
Inclosing the railway fare and th
price of admission, but he added thai
as the fanner would have to provldi
himself with supper at home he cou!<'
not admit the Justice of that part of
his claim and he absolutely declined
to pay for his supi>er at Milan.
Zeke Wss Right.
A farmer employed a boy to guard
his strawberry patch from birds. The
berries—fancy fruit as big as peache>
—kept dlsapi>earlng. and the man bus
petted the boy of eatlug them. S«
one morning he came down to the
patch, looked It over and then said
'I know you don't touch these berries
my lad. but Zeke says you do. To
day I'll test you—Just to convlnei
He took out a little lump of chalk
and pretended to chalk the boy'a lips
but really It was only his finger that
he rubbed over them. "Now." be sai l
wheu I come down here this after
noon we'll see who's right about you
Zeke or I."
And with pretended carelessness 1m
tossed the chalk on to the ground. On
his return, some hours later. It was
plain who was right The boy's lips
were chalked with a white, stiff layer
half an inch thick.—Los Angeles Times.
That the Romans were very familiar
with concrete and gave consideration
to Its use examination of the concrete
work In the forum clearly shows
Their concrete contained generally
only two kinds of stone, travertine and
selele. In equal parts. Selcle Is a hard
closely knit rock, very similar to oui
hluestone or trap rock in color as wel
as quality. Travertine Is a volcanl
rock not so hard as selcle. considerably
lighter lu color, and was desirable on
account of its porosity, which Insured
a good bond with the cement. In nil
the Roman work the combination of
the travertine and the selcle Is clearly
A certain archbishop when asked
whether it was a grievous ile for a
woman to misstate her age replied
"A lie msy be defined as a statement
made by one rational being to another
rational being with the Intent to de-
ceive. Now, as no rational being
would think of asking a woman her
age with the expectation of being an
swered truthfully, one of the elements
•f the lie Is lacking, and the woman's
statement cannot, strictly speaking, be
defined us such."—Judge.
"Why don't you say Thank you.'
Johnnie, when you are handed any-
thing?" said Mrs. Brown at the table
Your sister always says It."
"Yes." replied little Johnnie, "she's
:• woman and always wants to have
rue last word."—Once a Week.
The Day of Rest.
Carrie's sister May. six years of age
« n being asked why the Sabbath day
was different from the ether days li-
the week answered very cnrelessly
'•Oh, that's the day you pin things on
stead of sewing."—Delineator.
Howell—I see that the heiress hn
out her money Into the lumber bin-
hess. Powell—That so? Howell—Ye
sue has married a wooden uinn.—Ne\
"Poverty Is 110 bar to mnrrlatre'
snys the philosopher of folly, "but It I
considerable of an obstacle to the proi
er maintenance thereof."—Cleveland
Who troubles others has no tt*
is more Catarrh lb tl*.a sec
- ot the cuuutry man eli other dm
usee pui u>Kriher. mihI uutll tbe laei
''ew years was supposed to be incur
Die. For a greiti many y* *re d««
ore pronounced II a local die****- nm
described local reuifdit*. end by
oustanily falling to cure wttb local
reatuient. pronounced It mcurahlf
Science has proveu catarrh u> be a
•usillutlonal dletasr *ud therefor*
• re* constitutional treatment
*1 - t atari u Curt*. uiaouractur *d by
J- Cheney « Co.. Toi«* . Ohio. |
he only constP utIonal cure on the
uarket. It la taken InternaKy in
loses from 10 drupe to a f***spo«nful
•I ecu directly ou the hlond sort urn
oua sur'aoee or tbe eyeteui They
•ffer one hundred dollars for any
aae It falle lo cure. Mend for clr
ula and itMKimonlals
vddreee f. J. CHENEY 4 CO.. To
gold by Uruggieta. 7ftc
lake Hall's tauilly Pills for ooastl
•at 1 on
months SON ||.a
dtawaee. Oris This certifies |
isve sold Hall's Tesai- Wonder for
ears and I recommend It to be tbe
•**8l kidney, hlsdder and rheumatism
nedicln* | have ever sold Sixty
lays treatment for «i.U0 Shawoee
'rug Store. Hi *n end Itroadwa?
While You are Waiting for
==it to Rain
and dreading the house cleaning Time, why not re-
lieve your mind about the carpet cleaning portion
by sending them to us?
not only will you protect and prolong the lifs
of the carpet, but all dirt, all moths and all
germs. if any are in your carpets. will be taken
out. this is a dry cleaning method. it does not
fade the colors.
when they come back to you they will be clean
and. above all, sanitary. that's what you want-
thats what we do. the cost is not so much.
Phone 223 l?7- 29 N Beard St.
COMING TO SHAWNEE 1UES1AY
A CIRCUS THAT IS A
THE GREATEST COMBINATION OF FUOUS SHOWS KNOWHI
MAKING ANY COMPARISON RIDICULOUS
THE M ST PLEASING EXHIBITION EVER WITNESSED!
OF TRAINED WILD
BEASTS ON THE EARTH
POSITIVELY THE HIGH-
EST CLASS CIRCUS IN
LIVING HIPPOPOTAMUS IN OAPTIwry
The only show in the world exhibiting Trained wild Beasts in conjunction
with a thsee-ring circus performance. A Colossal and Complete Menagerie.
Tne finest horses of any show on earth. A spectacular street parade at 10 a. m.
A Show without Superior or Equal
The PRACTICAL FRENCH DRY CLEANERS
The only establishment in the city who can clean and dye anything
from baby's shoes up to mamma's and papa's hat. Phone us at once;
our results will surprise you. We please others, if we can't please you
you are a chronic kicker and you had better see the doctor; something
wrong with you. If your handsome gown is soiled, don't mope and wear
a long face, but seek ye first a cleaner and his remedies and all the joys
of a new robe shall be added unto you.
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Is our guarantee that each and every garment will be properly clean-
ed and cared for. Phone us now, don't wait until you want to wear
your apparel, let us have them ready for you.
The Peoples Cleaning and Dye Works
122 North Bell St.
THRU LINKS, HR«I TIMIt,
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