The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 318, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 4, 1910 Page: 3 of 8

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DAILY NEWS, THREE MONTHS, |1.
THE SHAWNEE NEWS, SATI'RDAT, .TI NE 4. 1910.
PAGE I
$100 Reward, *100.
The readers ot this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all Its stages,
and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive care now
known to the medical fraternity. C&-
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 oT the system,
hereby destroying the foundation of
the disease and giving the patient
strength by building up the constt-
.ution and assisting nature in doing
Its work. The proprietors hav« so
much faith in its curative powers
that they offer one hundred dollars
for any case that It fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Ad-
dress F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,
O. Sold by druggists, 76c.
Old papers at 5 cents per bundle,
at The News orflce.
CASTLE HALL SHAWNEE LODGE
No. 20, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
visiting brothers cordially invited tc
be present
Third floor, Postoffice Building.
F. W. Haifley, K. of R. and S
W. Madden, C. C.
RODECKER'
Vienna Bakery
THE UNITED STATES MAY
DICTATE IN NICARAGUA
Affairs Have 80 Shaped Themselves
There That Both Factions Are
About Ready to Accept
Good Government.
Washington, June 3.—Providence, the
bravery of the Estradists and the skill
of the secretary of state have so
3haped affairs in Nicaragua that it is
about to accept the kind of govern-
ment the United States will dictate.
The Blueflelds region has been cleared
of the Madriz followers and the
shrewd guess at the state department
Is that the defeat of Madriz forces will
cause the alleged government at
Mangua to disintegrate.
The fact that the forces of Gen.
Lara are In a half starved condition
shows that the exchequer at Managua
has been depleted and possibly for
the early exit of Madria after the ap-
proved Central American fashion of
departing presidents. What remains
in the shape of government in more
than one-half of Nicaraguan territory
is the successful revolutionists, ma-
rines and sailors on the ships of the
American government. It is well
recognized by the Estradists that they
exist only by the grace of this gov-
ernment. They are the plastic body to
be used by the United States state de-
partment in the re-establishment of
order and a government.
The events in Nicaragua are a re-
plica of the events which led to the
ousting of Castro in Veneuzela. The
; official who succeeded Castro was prac-
tically chosen by the United States
and his government was made a possi-
bility by the naval forces of the United
States.
The result in Nicaragua up to date
Is that the United States has actually
intervened between the factious al-
though that fact has not been i ade
the subject of a proclamation. Inter-
vention is then actual forcible inter-
ference by our nation In the iffairs of
any other nation and this has oeen
accomplished in Eastern Nicaragua.
The forces of the United State.? are on
the ground dicticting terms and for-
bidding the execution of the so-called
decrees of a so-called president ol
Nicaragua.
Machine Made Bread
TRY OURI
10c LOAFl
116 North Broadway
CUM
TIME. AND
MONEY
HER INCOME HAS BEEN STOPPED
Woman Who Helped Rob the Big Four
Railroad Now in Hospital's
Charity Ward.
Cincinnati, June 4.—Ward N., the
Cincinnati hospital charity ward, is now
the home of Mrs. Jeannette Ford, who,
less than a year ago, according to her
own admission, spent |1,000 a month
for living expenses and when that was
gone "got more."
Mrs. Ford was the chief figure in
the trial of Charles L. Warriner, con-
victed of embezzling J643.000 from the
Big Four railroad. Mrs. Ford is to be
retried for attempted blackmail, the
Jury having disagreed after the first
trial. Moaning in physical and menial
agony she was removed from her flat
in the Sun building by order of her
attorney, William Thorndyke, and
taken to the hospital for treatment,
Mrs. Ford says she Is penniless and
has been living for the past few
months on money brought by the sale
of her diamonds.
When you select tne monument 01
headstone from our samples!
Up-to-date, appropriate designs *1
ittle money—Just what yoi r tasts
will most approve—at our yard.
Let us give prioes.
BUGLASS A COLLINS.
POTTAMATOMIE COUNTY MONt
MENT WORKS
132 N. Bel' gt. '
HIGHEST AWARO'J
PruflGoWMeiUIWw.
POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY
MONUMENT WORK8
It! N. Bell St. Telephone Ml
Buglass ft Collins. Proprietors
i Carpets Gleaned
M Your Home
I No dust; do not have to
♦ move furniture, etc. By
: Standard Vacuun Gleaner
H, R. M1UE
♦ Residence 633 North Bell]
Phone 676 Bed
THE HOTTEST DAY IN OKLAHOMA
Because of the Heavy Rainfall In
May Crops Were Only
9lightly Injured.
AltuB, Ok., June 4—Hot winds In
this section caused the mercury to rise
to 110 In the shade and 115 in the
sun.
Hobart. Ok.. June 4.—At 3 o'clock
the mercury reached 109 degrees here,
marking the hottest day in seven
years. Hot winds blew. On account
of the heavy May rainfall crops were
only slightly injured by the heat. A
thunderstorm brought relief.
Lawton,^Ok., June 4—Hot winds
blew in this neighborhood. Damage
to crops which for the past month
have given unusual promise of re-
turns, Is feared. The thermometer
registered 102 degrees in the shade.
DAILY MARKET REPORTS
Live Stock.
Kansas City, June 3.—Cattle—Common
•teers. $6.10<gi7.00; heifers, $5.00(^7.30;
western stockers and feeders, $5.00@ti.40.
Hogg—Bulk of sales, $1).25© 9.40. Sheep
Lambs, $8.25(^9.00; good to choice weth-
ers $5.00(6 6.85; ewes, $4.50@6.10.
Chicago, June 8.—Beef—Steers. $5.70&
8 50- cows artd heifers, I2.80&7.00; stock-
ers and feeders, $3.90(^6.45. Hogs—Bulk
of sales, $9.45<tJ9.50. Sheep—Natives, $3.25
(ft5.30 lambs, $5.25@8.50.
St. Louis, June 3.—Beef—Steers, $8.00
A8 30- stockers and feeders, $3.75@6.20;
cows ' and heifers. $7.30@8.00; Texas
■teers, $4 90@7.50. Hogs—Pigs and lights,
$fl.00@9.70. Sheep—Natives, $4.20©6.20"
Iambi, $7.26@9.50.
Grain.
Kansas City, June 3.—Close: Wheat—
May, 87V4c; July, 85%c; Sept., 86%c.
Corn—May, 56%c; July, 65V4c; SepL,
Chicago, June 3.—Close: "\Mheat—May,
dl\c\ July, 90%c; Sept., 89%c. Corn-
May 68%c; July, 69c; Sept, 56V4c. Oats
—May, 36%c; July, 35V*c; Sept., 36%c.
St Louis, June 2.—Wheat—Cash, high
er- track, No. 2 red. $1.12®1.16; No. 3
hard, $1.01@110. Corn—Cash, higher;
track, No. 2, 61@61Vic; No. 2 white, 63®
64c. 'Oats—Cash, higher; track, No. 2,
38V4c; No. 2 white, 42^c. Rye—Nomi-
nal 79c. Wheat—Futures: July, Blfcc;
SeDtomber, 90c. Corn-Futures, higher;
July. 59%c; September, 69Vi@59%c. Oat«
Futures, lower; July, 36%@36ftc; Sep-
tember, 84 %c.
Produce.
Kansas City. June 3.—Eggs, 17c p.i
dozen. Poultry—Hens, 134c; springs, l«c;
turkeys, 16c. Butter—Creamery, oxlfC
packi.ig stock, IS Sic. Potatoes. •
SOc per bushel.
TUB NEWS S MONTHS fOR 91.0t
/
B. C. FORAKLR
Exclusive Breeder of Rose Comb
The kind that LAY is the kind
that PAY.
FVgs for setting from Pen l...,$2.60
(For IB )
£gg3 from Pen 2 91.60
Premiums awarded: First and Seo-
onvl Cock; First and Second H^n;
First and Second Pullet and First
Cockerel; First and Third Pen;
Shawnee Poultry Show, December,
190'J.
10 East Main Street. Shawnee, Okla
Diarrhoea Bhould be cu;e%. without
088 of time and by a medicine like
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoe Remedy, which not only
cures promptly but produces no un-
pleasant after effects. It never fails
and is pleasant and safe to take,
told by all druggists.
Countess Tarnowska, the enchan-
tress," and a scene showing her lan-
ding from a prison gondola during
the long drawn trial in Venice, which
has just resulted in her conviction
and sentence to eight years in jail
for the murder of Count Kamarowskl.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
Pottawatomie County* to Be Held at
Wanette, Oklahoma, June 4-5,
11)10.
Saturday, 10:00 a. m.
1. Praise & Song Service.
2. Appointing of Committees.
3. Address, William Beatty.
Saturday, 1:00 p. m.
1. Address, C. H. Nichols (State Se-
cretary.)
2. Temperance Address, W. E. Dra-
gee.
3. House to House Visitation, Miss
Gertrude Craig.
4. Primary Work, Mrs. F. M.Young.
5. Address, Mr. Walter Richards.
Saturday, 7:30 p. m.
1. Address, Mr. O. B. Avant, How
io Get Parents to Attend Sunday
School.
2. Address, W. O. Broaddus, Obedi-
>ence.
3. Address Judge Ross Lockridge.
4. Recitation, Nina Cook.
Sunday, 9:30 a. m.
Union Sunday School.
Primary Department, Miss Edith
Phillips.
Intermediate Department, Mrs. W.
H. Curtice.
Young People's ClasB, George E. Mc-
Klnnis.
Bible Class, A. E. Kennedy.
Paper, W. S. Hurst.
Address, A. E. Kennedy.
Sunday, 1:15 p. m.
Song Service.
Home Department, Mrs. W. H. Cur-
tice.
Teacher Training, A. E. Kenuedy.
The Teacher Training Class of the
M. E. Church at work, Miss Edith
Phillips, teacher.
Sunday School Work, Geo. E. Mc-
Kinnis.
Sanday, 7:30 p. m.
Address, G. P. Holt, Relation of
Sunday School to Law Enforcement.
Let every Sunday School send a
delegate.
Let every Sunday School pay their
pledge.
Let every Sunday School officer be
on hand.
Let every county officer feel it his
duty to come.
W. D. CONAWAY,
President.
MISS EDITH PHILLIPS,
WMw-i V-\irrjess*;
Secretary.
dlt-wlt
Prompt rellet In ail cases ot throat
and lung trouble If you use Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant to
take, soothing and healing In effect
Sold by all druggist*.
Hangwell
V Trousers
• Hoicl Their Shape and .'Sit Easy."
,,Made in-JOS Sizes; 400 Patterns
AsK for them at your Healer's
q. KEN YON COMPANY
,23'Oivitth Square New York
—WB PRINT—
Note Beads, Bill Ha
Letter Reads, BUtannnls
Envelopes, Visiting Cmrds
Wedding Invitation#,
Pamphlets, Posters, Bta.
MM
301 HAST MAIN ST.
you will be proud of
a kenyon overcoat
becauw il nevei low* its h*pp until jou need i
on.- Style and Fit—•« well at wearing
rdity—aie never lacking in Coati (hat bear
Kenyonlabel Thryaiethe
kind ot Overrortts that not only
feel comfortable and
cc*y—but look
nght all the
It's the
They're
Waj
made
kenyon Overeoati are made in a factory
—not • tweauhop—where the art ol coat-
making hai retched perfection. Only leded
fabric* are u*ed and every part n carefully made by
•n expert workman Aik your dealer
r v rxrvrwr m union square
c. kenyon co., new ioiik city
The New Fisk Hat
has no doubt been presented to you divers times since
they come in fashion, but the genuine Model with all
its beauty is now on display at our Millinery depart-
ments
You Surely Want to Be "Up-to-now" in Your
Dress, Hence We Invite Your Special
Attention to This Line.
Come SATURDAY after supper, MONDAY or
in fact, any day during the week and our salesladies
will fit you out, just as you would like.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
5 W. Main
Phone 1021
SHAWNEE LOCAL SOCIALIST
PARTY MEETS EVERY SUNDAY
AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK IN
MALL TRADES ASSEMBLY MALI,
WHITTAKER BUILDING.
SHAWNEE TRANSFER &
STORAGE
Do a general trans-
fer & storage business
a. Mcdonald, Prop
Otfirfe Phone 124 Night Phone 992
Office 206 South Union
WM. MABEN
T. G. CtJTLIP
Maben & Cutlip
Attorney* at Law
Office rooms, Shawnee: Rooms Not.
1, 2, 3 and 4 Pottawatomie Building.
Also offices at Tecumseh.
HISS H. WEIBERG
2nd floor at The Mammoth.
Hair Dressing, Shampooing,
Bleaching and Dyeing,
Electric, Scalp and Face Massage,
Manicuring, Chiropody.
Children's Hair Cutting.
COMBINGS
Made Into Curls, Switches, Etc
nciLLTHEODOGH
AND CURE v.E LU?JCS
w,th Or* King'
■ rnavsry
jfORC
t AND AU K-.
jaUA.ltA f . I ACIORY
Ion mows-/ i-: uitled.
Uw. Mr*'
TRICE
r k *1.00.
Yrfi HotUe Free
HUNGTBOUBlEf.
MR. CHARLE8 FRANCOS QIARD
TEACHER OF
PIANO AND THEORY
Epworth University
In Shawnee Saturdays. For terms
inquire of Miss Ulah Reed. 21Z North
Market street. Phone 633.
MEET ME AT
Joe Mosleh
Marmaduke Chili
Parlor
The Best Coffee
213 East Main Street
'Ive Been There and it's all Right,
Bill. ^

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