The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 260, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 30, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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THE NWW8. TBKH MONTHS, ti 09
THB SHAWNEE neWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH SO, H10.
There will be a BOX SUPPER giv-
en next Friday night (April I st) at the
WESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
third floor of the postoffice building. The
proceeds will go to benefit the Base
There will be a short program, to be-
gin promptly at 8 o'clock. Everyone Espec-
ially invited to attend.
Shawnee Lodge No. 33, I. O. O.
Meets every Thursday night.
Visiting Brethren welcome.
CA8TLE HALL SHAWNEE LODGE
No. 20, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8
Every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
visiting brothers cordially Invited U
Third floor, Postoffice Building
F. W. Haifley, K. of R. and S
W. L. Madden, C. C.
T. P. Mitchell
IOSS. B'tfoy Shawnee, OK
You may wish to borrow some
money to Invest in GREATER
SHAWNEE. If so, come to see me.
You get the money soon as papers
are made out.
Property for sale and houses to
J. C. FISHER
ROOM 106 MAMMOTH BLDG.
DRS. WILSON i GALLAHER
Eye, Ear, Nose atid Throat
Third Floor Mammoth Building.
Rooms 113-114. Poo-- 764.
BON TON BAKERY
Just a Little B'tterThan Mother Used
Cakes made to order by your own receipe
Office Phou® 124 Res. Phone 31
Oftioe 206 South Union
Shawnee Transfer Company
Wishart & McDonald, Props.
General Storage, Crating and Packlni
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
It Is the best medicine ever told
over a druggist's counter.
Given for any substance _
jurious to health found in food
resulting from the use of
Call at No. a E Farralst.
At The Becker
Just One Night,
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31.
THE BIG EV3NTI
The Noted Prlma-Donna Comedienne,
In J. J. McNally'8 Musical Comedy
..Three Hours of Fast Fun
The Latest Song Hits.
Talented Company of Thirty Beautiful
PRICE8: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
.Seat on Sale at Hendneks' Drug
Store, Commencing March 29.
AT THE BECKER.
The musical comedy, "Widow
Jones," written by the popular writ-
er, J. J. McNally, is the vehicle in
which Dorothy Morton, the noted
prima donna comedienne, is starring
this season with most pronounced
success. Surrounded by a carefully
selected company and with a big
scenic production and handsome cos-
tuming, the comedy is proving one
of the hits of the season, a big fea-
ture being the latest song successes
introduced in the comedy. 'Widow
Jones" is one of the Klaw & Br-
langer attractions, booked at the
Becker, for March 31.
Work 24 Hours a Day.
There is no case oa record of a
cough or cold resulting in pneumonia
or consumption after Foley's Honey
and Tar has been taken, as it will
stop your cough aud break up your
cold quickly. Refuse any but th«
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar 1b *
yellow package. Contains no opiates
and is safe and sure. Sold by all
WANTED—By man and wife, rooms
for light housekeeping, close in. Ad
dress B. W. N., care The News.
WANTED—Partner with |1250 for a
paying business; will invest same
amount myself and give best of ref-
erences. Address Lock Box 66, Shaw-
WANTED—A white woman in kitch-
en; also white boy dishwasher;
good wages. Inquire 24 E. 9th, cor-
ner of 9th and Bell. 28-3t
WANTED—Situation as stenographer,
or for office work, by young wom-
an. Address C. B. W., care News.
WANTED—Boys to distribute bills.
RIDGLEY, 124 North Bell street
WANTED—To buy a good horse, In-
quire of Paint & Gross Co., Ninth
and Broadway. 25-lt
WANTED—A gas stove, show case
on sale every day
March 1 to April 15, 1910.
Only $25 from Shawnee and other points on the Santa F
n Oklahoma to very nearly all points In California and
to many In Arizona. Same fare to numerous other sec-
tions. Corresponding fare from points on other lines In
connection with the Santa Fe.
Through tourist sleepers and free chair cars every dav
on fast Santa Fe trains.
THE FASTEST TOURI8T CAR 8ERVICE
BETWEEN KAN8AS CITY AND L08 ANGELES
SAN DIEGO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
All meals en route at dining rooms managed by Harvey
Rock-ballasted track, blocK signals, and all practical rle'
vices for promotion of safety, speed and comfort.
IF YOU'RE GOING
Just drop me a line saying when and where. In reply I'll
tell you the lowest fare, the time of trains and tourist car
fare, as well as outline stopover privileges en ronte
Descriptive literature free.
W. L. INGHAM, AGENT,
The Atchison, Topeka & Sant Fe Railway,
and Ice box.
C. H. Hastings, 609
WORK WANTED—Work wanted by
reliable,, sober man. Willing to do
any kind of work. Write S. B. in
care of News. 24-3t
L. FRANKEL—Wants to buy the old
clothing you have been wearing. 205
E Main street 22-lm
WANTED—To buy, Becond-band
furniture. B09 E. Main St. 9-lm
United States Senator Bacon of
Georgia, who Is tho first Democrat to
preside over the Senate since the
days of Vice-President Adlai Steven-
son. Senator 'Frye of Maine, presi-
dent pro tem., is confined to his
home with an Injury to his ankle.
Knowing that Vice-President Sherman
-would not be in town, the other day,
he delegated Senator Bacon to act
in his place. This designation is ef-
fective until either Senator Frye or
Vice-President Sheman return.
Conkey's Famous Poultry Remedies
Ask for our poultry book—FREK
Princess Edmond de Pollgnac, for-
merly Miss Singer of New York,
whose recent dinner given in Paris Is
counted one of the greatest social
triumphs of a decade. Two princes,
a grand duke, a duke and a duchess,
and a baron, were among the many
notable society leaders present.
CLARK'S SEED STORE
Phono I4Q 208 E. Main.
KILL the COUCH
*NP CURE THE LUNGS
with Or. King's
jjIDMA. IHP' " "r.l.mnorhQUBlES
00\RA< I M1.1FACTORY
OK V "i'.vukd.
•THffl NSDWB, TTOHH MONTH8. $1.01
YOU WILL BE PROUD OF
A KENYON OVERCOAT
became it never lows its shape until you need a new
one. style and ril—as well as wearing
auality—are never lacking in Coato thai beai
the Kenyon label *] hry air the ^
kind of Overcoats that not only
I eel comfortable and
nght ail the
Kenyan 0 ctco.u aR is , tictarj
®o a sweatshop—where the art of coal-
f k_ to"in8'««ched perfection. OnJy tested
tabnes are used and every pari is carefully made b
W expert Workman Ask your dealer
C. KENYON CO., " HffiMSv
WM. MABEN T. O. CUTLI1
Maben & Cutlip
Attorney! at Law
Office rooms, Shawnee: Rooms No*
1. I, 3 and 4 Pottawatomie Bulldlm
Also offices at Tecumseh.
One way Colonist tickets on sale
dally to April IB, 1910, Inclu-
Only a few points shown below.
For fares to other points and Infor-
mation as to the liberal stop-over
privileges accorded, phone, write or
see the undersigned.
Los Angeles $25.i,0
San Francisco 26.00
San Diego 26.00
Santa Barbara 26.00
Phoenix ...• 26.00
Silver City 26.00
Mexico City 26.00
Through tourist sleepers to Los An-
geles, San Francisco and San Diego,
The Colonial Musical Comedy Co.
played to a large and apprec.atlve
audience last night at tho Majestic
theater, demonstrating the fact that
the theatergoing public of Shawnee
appreciates a good thing when they
see it. The offering was a classy
musical satire, "Piqulta," produced
under the personal direction of Mr.
George Rehn, who is the clever pro-
ducer of this aggregation. The bill
was replete with catchy musical num-
bers and funny dialogue. Comedians
In last night productloa were George
Rehn and William Gross. Both of
them are funny fellows, who kept the
crowd In an uproar of laughter. Rehn
especially made a bit hit. Miss Gladys
In her "Josephine" number looked
particularly bewitching, and Miss
Mable Darrow as Piquita displayed
her versatility as a clever actress.
Rosa Rehn, who plays the character
parts, is an accomplished actress,
and does not overdo her work. Spe-
cial mention might be made of Miss
Florence Bernell's singing of "Caris-
sima." It was a classical rendition,
and took encore after encore. Will
H. Cross and George Ellis played
t'leir respective parts admirably. The
big special feature of the night was
the appearance of Mr. Richards Bur-
ton, the Australian barytone. In the
olio. He recited Rudyard Kipling's
famous "Grong go Dien." The ef-
fort was loudly applauded, and for an
encore he sang an Irish ballad.
Tonight as a special feature Mr.
Burton will recite "The Cabman's
Last Drive." Tonight's bill will be
"La Blanch," and should be greeted
with a capacity house.
WANTED—Employee experienced lady
saleswoman, one that can make at-
tractive and give reference. H. B.
Redgley's Credit Clothing Store, 124
North Bell street. 25-3t
WANTED—Successful Gasoline Light
Salesman, to handle the only Instan
taneous lighting system known to
science; no alcohol, step-ladders
torches, matches or time wasted
pull the chain and they light Instant-
ly; for home and commercial light-
ing; write for territory; small capital
required. Gloria Light Co., 1277 Wash
Ington Blvd., Chicago.
WANTED—A gentle horse for feed
light work and best of care. Phone
TOR RENT—7-room modern house;
also well water; 217 S. Oklahoma.
Apply 209 East Main. 29-lw
FOR SALE—A rooming house for
sale. 337 East Seventh. 23-3t
FOR SALE—Good farm, or trade
for city property. Conservative Loan «
Abstract Co. 22-lm
FOR SALE!—Pianos, from factor)
to your home direct, at (6.00 pei
month. Elmer Thompson, piano
builder and tuner. Phone 1160 Black.
W. L. INGHAM. Agt,
A. T. & S. F. R'|.
THE NHJWS 3 MONTHB FOR |1.M
The readers of this paper will bs
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been ablo to cure in all Its stages
and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cnre Is the only positive cure iott
I "own to the medical fraternity. Cs
tarrh being a constitutional disease
requires a constitutional treatment
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
thereby destroying the foundation o'
the disease anfl giving the patient
strength by building up the constltu
tioo and assisting nature In doing its
work. Tie proprietors have so much
faith la Its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for amy
case that It falls to cure. Send for
list of testimonials. Address T. J.
CHKNBJY ft CO., Toledo, O., Sold by
MONEY 1U LOAN on good real on
tale security. See Kerker Bros. 22-tI
FOR SALE!—New Indian Motorcycle
at a bargain. Call at Estes Plumi>-
Ing Co., North Broadway. 26-3t
FOR SALE—White Orpington—the
big kind—setting of egga. H. H. Kee-
gan, 310 N. Aydelotte. 17-lm
Look! Look! Look!
MRS ROGERS has Just arrived in your beautiful little city of Shaw-
nee, with her FAMOUS ASIATIC OIL
This beautiful Art of painting on glass is truely wonderful. The pro-
cess is so simple, even a child can point the pictures. The work is pleas-
ant as well as profitable. It requires no experience or talent to do the
work. You can paint the large as well as the small. And they POSITIVE-
LY WILL NOT FADE. I ask no money until you are crferllv sniffled
you can paint a picture just like mine. A fair opportunity given every
pupil to try the work before paying for instructions. The Asiatic people
discovered this Art and it was introduced into the United States only
four years ago. One lesson Is all it requires to do the work, and you are
convinced of what I say your first visit to my studio.
After learning this Art, you can take a small picture and make alarge
oil painting the same as my samples. The work looks as though it requir-
ed years of practice and talent, but It does not. ONE LESSON IS ALL
YOU NEED. I will explain the system more thoroughly if you will call
at the Asiatic Art Studio. Most of the chemicals used in m
aking the Asiatic Oil Paintings areimported.
Shakespear said: A wise man always Judges after, a fool always
Judges before. If you are out of employment, learn this Art I make a
specialty of starting men and women Id this business. There Is more money
to be made at It, less money Invested than any other business. It Is a
nice, pleasant, genteel and profitable business and something that pleases
anyone. I give to each pupil an Instruction Book, that is so simple with
the book alone you could do the work. To learn this work thoroughly
one lesson Is sufficient. But my pupils are always welcome back to my
FIVE DOLLARS IS THE PRICE FOR FULL INSTRUCTIONS
^ Everything you need to know. Cal at my Studio and let me convince
STUDIO IS LOCATED AT MAMMOUTH BUILDING, PARLOR 211
FOURTH FLOOR- , '
Gold Silver Copper
We have all kinds of mouey to loan
on farm property. Our terms are
easy, your payments light.
Geo. E. McKinnis Co.
110 N. Union Ave.
It's tiere you see the "Cream oi
loving Pictures, Moral, Entertain-
ing, Amusing and Educational. Ladies
and children enjoy these innocent amusements. Hoase
clean, well ventilated and warm
None Free Except Children Under 5 years
ROOM AND BOARD, *4.50 and $5.
336 East Seventh St 26-10
FOR RENT—By Conservative Loan
& Abstract Co., one 16-room house,
one 8-room house, Nos. 403 and 405
S. Pennsylvania Ave. 221m
FOR RENT—Three miles east, 16u
acres. Apply to H. S. Barrett, 207
N. Louisa. 14-11
FOR RENT—Nice furnished rooms
at 103 V4 W. Main St. Phone 227. tf
Mrs. W. E.Jackson's
White Rote Complexion Cream, anu
you will use no other. Find it at
Wallace Mann's or F. A.
Reynolds & Son.
LOST — Between tho Presbyterian
church, on Baird street and Louise,
and Highland street, a pair of gold-
framed eyeglasses. A reward of $2.00
will be paid for the delivery of these
glasses to the Daily News office.
LOST — Frenoh brier pipe, silver
monogram on bowl (P. O.); left in
4 p. m. Tecumseh car Tuesday. Re-
ward for return to B. P. Owen, Ree-
ble hotel. 30-3t
I2J % B. Mais St.
Cot Satisfactory work at prices yon
BOWLES & BENNETT,
Jewelers and Opticians.
Nickel Frames, $1.00 to $3.60.
Twenty-year Gold Filled Frames,
$3.00 to $5.00.
Best Gold Frames, $6.00 to $8.00.
With Wade A Branch Hardware Store
108 EAST IIA IN. 2-lm
MRS. BROWN GK-RR
(fives French Treatments, body and
face: also manicuring, chiropody and
hairdressing. Will make Calls.
This word was coined for
the express purpose of de-
scribing oar grades and
business in general
M. W. BOWERS,
The Oldest, Largest and
Best Yard In Shawnee.
B. C. FORAKER
Exclusive Breeder of Rose Comb
RHODE ISLAND REDS
The kind that LAY Is the kind
Eggs for setting from Pen 1. . $2.50
Kggs from Pen 2 $1.80
Premiums awarded: First and Seo-
ond Cock; First and Second Hen;
First and Second Pallet and First
Cockerel; First and Third Pen;
Shawnee Poultry Show, December,
10 Blast Main Street Shawnee, Okla
S. F. VOSE
Is located at 127 South Bell street
All calls promptly answered. Offlce
phone 392. Residence phone 742.
Residence, 314 N. Oklahoma.
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 260, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 30, 1910, newspaper, March 30, 1910; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc89967/m1/7/: accessed April 10, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.