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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 269, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1910 Page: 4 of 8

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HAUE FOUH.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1 10.
THB NEWS, I MONTHS TOR 11.00
HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE ARE VISITING
Industrial Heights
Every day, We never dreamed that so many out of town people would be in to Select there Lots before Opening Sale day
You should go over this beautiful townsite and be familiar with the location of every lot before
MONDAY, APRIL 11
Donl come in alter the Sale is over and say you didn't know we were selling lots for such a low price. We are telling you
now that six of the most desirable blocks will be sold at the opening sale for only $50 per lot $10 cash $5 per month.
Our Automobiles and Salesmen are at your Command, Come To-day
ITS IN THE CENTER OF ACTIVITIES
SAI ESMEN WANTED COME OR WRITE SALESMEN WANTED
SHAWNEE INVESTMENT COMPANY
K. T. HOWE, Manager
121 East Main St. Railroad Fares' Free to out of town Purchasers Telephone 115
Cured of Diabetes.
Sprluglleld, Mo., Oct. 20, 190®.—
Hull's Texas Wonder, of No. 2926
Olive street, St. Louis, cured me ot
a severe case ot diabetes, and 1 can
cheerfully recommend It
MRS. KATK WALDORF.
No. 1003 Weet Calhoun St.
Sold by Shawnee Drug Co. *
Forced to Leave Home.
Every year a large number of
poor sufferers whose lungs are sore
anil racked with coughs are urged
to go to another climate. 3ut this
1* costly and not always sure.
There's a better way. Let Dr King's
New Discovery cure you at home. "It
cured me of lung trouble," write* W.
R Nelson ot Calamine. Ark., "when
all else failed, and 1 gained 4*
pounds In weight. It's surely the
king ot all cough and lung cares.
Thousands owe their live* and health
to It. It's positively guaranteed tor
coughs, colds, la grl >pe. asthma,
croup—all throat and lung troubles;
''ik- and $1.00. Trial bottle tree at
all druggists. •
Too Lite to Classify
V\ ANTK1> v Rood driving horse,
t'all . :oom - over No. S W. Mali'.
It will pay you to visit .dOORK
jUROS Fl'RNlTVRK CO. frjt
IV. Miller, who Is now on trial tor
the murder ot J. B. Say lor ot Cre*.
oe t City, 111., a «a*e that ha* stirred
up tie entire middle weet.
Indict cd with Miller Is Mrs. Lacy
Sayter. the wife ot the slain mas
Their relations are reported to
have beee nch. prior to tk* murder,
that there 1* a general belief la their
gwtlt
IV. Miller, according to a witns**,
admitted that he was the murderer,
shortly after it its committed.
BO S AND MISSES HOSE.
STRICTLY GUARANTEED. SPE-
CIAL SALE SATURDAY. AT 10c
[ PER PAIR. AT THE MAMMOTH.
*-1t
NOTICE.
Rev. the r. Reamer Canadian stal-
Hon. 1$ hands, weight 1150. black,
rtnx action; season. $13.40 A pic-
ture la horse flesh
Boor., a large Jack: weight about'
950, 1$ I-J hands (Jack measure!,
good bone and finish; season. |u\00.
Will stand at Childers N. Beard
street Uvery, opposite Carttoey gr
eery. Shawnee, Okla.
Thanking you in advance ft* your
l-atroaag*.
R, C. BROOKtWKK.
** jV-:;;
HE HAS BEEN STRONGLY URGED
TO GET INTO THE RACE FOR
DISTRICT JUDGE.
Friends of Judge Roy Hoffman of
! Chandler assert that It is probable
j hat he may be a candidate for district
judge, subject to the democratic pri-
: nary election. He has been petition-
I td by many of the law and order ele-
I ment in tht1 county to make the raw
! and has been assured strong support,
i The News is in receipt of the fol-
} It wing from Judge Hoffman:
: Editor Shawnee News,
Shawnee. Okla.
Dear Sir:—A mutual friend sends i
; me a copy of your issue of the 2Stfc
which contained your very kind
■vords personal, for which please ac !
, cept my thanks. I tried '.o do my i
! duty by your people, not losing sight
a* the taxpayers' standpoint ana it
:s very gratifying to me that during !
! my brief exercise of aothority my ef •
forts in that line have been appreci |
ated.
Again thanking you. 1 am. truly.
ROY HOFFMAN
DO YOU WANT YOUR UMBREL-
LA COVERED? WE DO if WHILE
YOU WAIT. THE MAMMOTH.
8-U
We make farm hvaa* at * per osat.
SM W Mala St.
Darwin R. Kings ley. president ot An amendment he sought had
the New York life Insurance vx>in-| ready been passed.
pany. whose disclosures recently a: j Mr. Kingsley swore that Buckley
the Insurance scandal Investigation warned him if he didn't pay up the
BOYS' AND MISSES' HOSE.
STRICTLY GUARANTEED, SPE-
CIAL SALE SATURDAY. AT 10c
PER PAIR. AT THE MAMMOTH.
W
In New York revealed that he had
been asked to pay piKXi hy Lobby-
ist Wm H Buckley, to have a cer-
tain amendment to the Insurance law
pulled through.
OR HYDE READY FOR TRIAL.
International News Service.
Kansas City. Mo,. April &—T%* at-
torney* for IV Hyde hare ootlSed
Judge Uatsbaw that they will be
ready to g\> to trial with the case oa
Monday
action would be rescinded. He re-
fused. and. sure enough, the next day
the senate reversed Its action on the
amendment, as Buckley had pre-
dicted
Dr. Hyde I* under indictment for
the murder of Col. Svrope. Tomor-
row Judge Latshaw will draw 1$0
name* for the Jury, and the marshal
will have them in court oa Monday.
The attorney* have aaked the
judge to do everything possible to
have tke trial commence on Monday
LUMBER. LUMBER.
Natice lumber of all kinds for
boildtng purposes. J. R DAVIS, on
Jesse Davis farm. S miles east ol
Shawnee C-Ut
LADIES 50c HOSE. EMBROIDER
ED GAUZE LISLE HOSE. SATUR
DAY. AT 3Sc PER PAIR. THE
MAMMOTH. 8-1t
On The*r Wedding Tour,
•he—Oh. Tom. dear, the train is now
Eying like an arrow: If a collision
should suddenly take place, bow
rioos it would be to die together:
t After a pause > You didn't forget to
renew your polity of life insurance,
did yeuV-Mary" * Baiar
Edwird A- Brown ion the left . of the big insurance investigation now
HKiMlrir* n X. Y . who ha* been ac- (soing on la New York.
cused br the other man. George F 8uUivan and Brown both den> °>e
accusation.
Seward. of artempvins to obtain the , .
Seward, nowever, though eighteen
sum ef I1..-K-) w-.-h which to bribe vears have elapsed ^ nrown „
Senator Timothy D. SaQivan. so that.;he man he met, and who made the
certain insurance bill mignt be bribery proposition. Both men glar-
killed in the legislature several ed at each other savagely, while
years ago. ; hardly six feet apart, during last
The accusation is the sensation of Monday's hearing.
MISSOURI WANTS COMMISSION
International News Service.
Jefferson City. Ma, April S.—Gov.
Hadley says that he will ask the
next legislature to enact a law that
will give the cities in this state op-
portunity to adopt the commission
form of city government if they so
desre.
The governor has ascertained that
a constitutional amendment ia not
necessary in order to secure these
results, and that a law by the legi*
latnre will answer the same purpose
DO YOU WANT YOUR UMBREL-
LA COVERED? WE DO IT WHILE
YOU WAIT. THE MAMMOTH.
8-it
SKYSCRAPERS FOR KANSAS CITY
International News Service.
I Kansas City. Mo, April 8—T 20-
story skyscraper to cost a half-million
dollars, to be constructed on the
northeast corner of Tenth ai d Main,
now occupied by Messier Broe. will
be bullL
| Chicago parties are behind the deal
and have secured an option oa all
necessary land

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