The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 318, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 4, 1910 Page: 6 of 8
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CHEAP NATURAL QA8.
Shawnee offers cheap natural gas ,
to manufacturing plants. Shawnee
has great coal beds light at her door
and offers cheap steam coal to fac-
lories. Shawnee offers first-class
transportation facilities on three i
great trunk lines of railroads thn j
reach every part of the South west.
THE SHAWNEE KEWS, SATTUDAY, J I'VE 4, 1910.
THE NEWS, THREE MONTHS, J1.00.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets assist nature lb driving all
Impurities out of the system, lnsur-
ng a free and regular condition and
restoring the organs of the body to
health and strength. Sold by all
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"square deal." The home treatment
Is also "making good." Advice freely
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Forced to Leave Home.
Every year a large numcer of
oor sufferers whose lungs are sore
and racked with coughs are urged
to go to another climate. But this
is costly and not always sure.
There's a better way. Let Dr King's
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croup—all throat and lung troubles;
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all druggists. •
DR. W. J. CRAMPTON
126ty North Broadway
Phone 769 Black
Good Work, Reasonable Prices.
All next week, commencing
Sunday, June 51
We Come—You See, We
Conquor. The company of
players-with but one aim
'The Wan Who Wins'
Popular Prices iO, 20,30c
DR. G. H. TAYMAN
Offlce over Shawnee National Bank
Reserve seats on sale at Shaw-
nee Drug Store
DRUMMERS FROM THREE
STAItijH KANSAS CITY
Five Thousand Men and Women in
Attendance on Big Convention of
the United Commercial
Kansas City, June 4.—If there is a
bigger boosters' organization anywhere
on earth than the United Commercial
I revelers, It never held a convention
in Kansas City. The councils of Mis-
souri, Kansas and Oklahoma came to
town some J,000 strong, and although
they left their valises and their sam-
ples at home they brought their main
line with them. That line Is'talk, and
it Is complete, seasonable and strictly
up-to-uate. No trouble to show goods
The lobby of the Coates House
where the delegates made their head
quarters, was packed all the morning
with the visitors, who stood In line to
register and find out, if possible, where
t'hey were going to sleep. Each in-
coming train brought new crowds, and
It was not until 10 o'clock, when the
opening session of the convention In
the Uayety theatre took a part of the
delegates away, that the now comers
could penetrate as far as the desk.
Nearly every delegation brought a
band and a suit case full of literature
setting forth why their home town
was the best in the country. Besides
these they brought yells, badges, canes
and In many cases their wives.
The women are as enthusiastic
boosters as the delegates, and wear as
many badges. They circulated through
the crowds in the hotels all mortflng
giving away printed matter and smiles,
blowing decorated horns and in other
ways testifying to their loyalty to
home towns and commercial lines.
At the Gayety theater the delegates
were welcomed by Mayor Brown after
an Invocation by Rev. E. Comble Smith,
pastor of the Linwood Boulevard
Methodist church. President W. T.
Bland of the Commercial club also
made an address. The response was
made by Grand Counselor Arthur
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AT CARNEGIE LIBRARY HALL, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 7
At 8 p m. Souvenir Jars of the famous Marinello Creams FREE
FREE TICKETS can be had at Library Hall, Mammoth Store,
(Morris Sistors, Millinery,) Madden & Jarrell'l, MIbs F. Reese,
Millinery, Yunt's Book Shop, The Leader Store.
the doxey jury instructed
The Verdict Must Be Either First De-
gree Murder or Asquittal for
the St. Louis Woman.
St. Louis, June 4.—In instructing the
Jury that It must either find Mrs.
Doxey guilty of first degree murder
and sentence her to life imprisonment
or death or must liberate her, Judge
Grimm eliminated from its consider-
ation testimony regarding cacodylate
of soda, charged In two counts of the
Indictment with having been used to
accomplish the death.
As to the use of morphine, Judge
Grimm instructed the Jury that If It
or any other Intoxicating drug or
liquor were found to have been taken
deliberately by the defendant, then it
should not be considered as extenuat-
ing any wrongful act while under Its
FIRST METHODIST EPIJCOPAL
Corner 10th and Beard.
Sunday school at 9:30, John W,
Jones, Supt. Preaching at 11 a. m
and 8 p. m. by the jastor.
Epworth League at 7 p. m
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8
The music for the day follows:
"Why Art Thou Cast Down?"
(Spicker) H. Thomas
"The Flower Land" (Thompson)..
Mrs. Kiefer, Miss
Payne, Mr. Kiefer and Mr. Thomas
Praise the Lord" (Hall) Choir
"The Judgment Day" (Shelley)
CARL E. KEIFER,
J H. BALL, Pastor.
Trinity M. E. Church.
Services each Sunday at 11 a. m
and 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday even-
ing at 7:30 p. m.
B. W. DUNAWAY, Pastor
adelThiT rtHW,r °W!?"SS 0t thePhilTh" flrSt "0me run ot thp at
adelphia Athletics, who recently madelshibe Park. Philadelphia.
From the same piece of cloth a suit
can be tailored to retail at $15, and
Another suit can be talired to retail
n the show window they will look
But one will hold its shape and sat-
isfy you about one month.
The other will serve you faithfully a
year or two.
The latter made to personal meas-
ure by Ed. V. Price & Co. of Chica-
go—are the kind we offer you.
115 North Union Shawnee, Okla.
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church
(Corner Tenth and Draper.)
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Albert
Morning worship at 11 a. m.
Epworth league at 7 P. m.
Evening worship at 8 p. m.
Prayer meetings Wednesday at 7:30
Choir practice Friday evening at
7:30, W. I. Conway, director.
Everybody will receive a hearty
welcome to all the services.
SIMPSON HAMRICK, Pastor.
Residence, 1114 East Eleventh St.
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Moving Pictures, Moral, Entertain
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and children enjoy these innocent amusomeDts Hou«e
clean, well ventilated and warm
None Free Except Children Under 5 years
roosevelt will be chairman
If a Peace Committee It Named the
Ex-President Will be Asked
to Head It.
Washington, June 4.—Ex-President
Roosevelt is expected to head a peace
committee provided for in a resolu-
tion which wai favorably acted upon
by the house committee on toreiKn
President Taft hag Indicated, it Is
said, that he would appoint his prede-
cessor chairman of the commission hi
the event it was created by Congress.
The committee would be directed to
visit the capitals in all foreign coun-
tries In the interest of securing the
limitation of armament of nations and
of preserving International peace.
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By having your walls decorated
with Alabastine you will make
them more artistic, more dur-
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make your home a more cheer-
ful place to live in. Let uh show
you how easy and economical
Alabastine is, and how the dif-
ferent tinta and stenciled de-
signs can be combined to pro-
duce "exactly the effect
Portfolio of Alabastine
Ifl now ready for your inspection
Wirfs Palntl Glass Co.
japan has an anarchist plot
A Far-Reaching Plot Against the Gov-
ernment Has Been Discovered
in Mikado's Realm.
Tolilo, June 4.—A great anarchist
plot against the government has been
dlsoovered. Its ramifications are so
extensive and the Interests Involved
are so enormous that the newspapers
have been forbidden to publish the de-
It is known that several notorious
agitators, disguised as laborers em-
ployed in the government factory near
Matsumoto In the Nagano prefecture
have been secretly manufacturing
bombs for the purpose of killing
.Marquise Katsura and other members
| of tiie cabinet.
A New Kansas Electric Line.
| Topeka. Juue 4—The Oklahoma-
Kansas Electric Railway company of
Baxter Springs, with a capital of
i $1,000,000, has been chartered to build
a line from Oalena, Kan., to Miami.
Ok., and branches and connecting lines
from Columbus to connect with the ln-
J terurban Southwest Missouri and
Southeast Kansas from Joplln.
FREE PERFUME FOR YOl\
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First Baptist Church,
(Corner Tenth and Union.)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11:00 a. m., morning worship.
Sermon: "The Call for De ision."
3:00 p. m. Jr. B. Y. P. U. and Sun-
7 p. m. B. Y. P. TJ. meets in base-
8:00 p. m., evening worship.
We cordially welcome every one to
worship with us.
Next Sunday, June 12. we begin
revival services. Dr. Luther Little of
Fort Worth, Texas, will be with us
to aid in the meeting.,
J. R. JESTER, D. D„
First Church of Christ, 8elentl«t.
(Carnegie Library. >
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Sunday service, 11 a. m„ subject:
"God the Only Cause and Creator."
Wednesday evening meeting, 7:30.
Heading room open daily, except
Sunday, from 2 until 6 p. m.
A cordial invitation Is extended
First Methodist Episcopal Church.
(Corner Ninth and Beard.)
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m., P. B.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Theme, "The Love of God." Gen-
eral class meeting, 12.
Junior Epworth League, 3 p. m.
Senior and Intermediate League, 7
Evening worship, 8 p. n
Theme, "How God Conquered a
Official Board, Monday evening.
Epworth League, Tuesday evening.
Wednesday, prayer meeting.
Thursday, Kennedy's Bible school.
Friday, choir practice.
J. G. HARSHAW,
Horton Memorial Reformeu Church,
(Corner of Wallace and Park.)
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
The First Presbyaterian Church.
(Corner of Ninth and Bell.)
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
C. E. Society, 7 p. m.
Evening worship, 8 p. m.
You are invited.
J. M. BROADY, Pastor.
Emmanuel Church, Broadway and
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Morning service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening service, 7:30 p. m.
REV. R. WINCHELL MAGOUN,
UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH.
Corner Ninth and Center streets.
Bible school, 10 a. m.
Preaching service, 11 a. m.
Junior Y. P. C. E. TI., 3 pm.
Children's Day will be observed at
the time of the evening service.
Ladles' Aid Society meets Thurs-
day at 2:30 p. m.
Song and prayer se-vices, " :15 p.
J. H. ATKISSON, Pastor.
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Schwab Steel Plant to Move.
Washington, June 4.—It Is reported
here that Chairles M. Schwab is pre-
paring to move his steel plant from
South Bethelhem. Pa., to some port on
the Atlantic coast. Mr. Schwab is pre-
paring to develop his Iron ore mines in
Ouba and desires to have his plant on
deep water that he may etcape the ex-
pense of rail carriage of the ore.
A Wealthy Kansas 8tockman Dead.
Cottonwood Falls, Kan., June 4.—
Capt. Henry Brandley, who for more
than hair a century has been a resi-
dent of Ohase county, Is dead at his
home in Matfleld Green Mr. Brandley
was one of the wealthiest men of the
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 318, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 4, 1910, newspaper, June 4, 1910; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90020/m1/6/: accessed April 17, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.