The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 324, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 11, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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THE SHAWNEE SEWS, S\ rURDAT, Jl'JiE 11, 1910.
THE NEWS, THREE MONTH8. t.0W.
LOU S. ALLARD. OWNER and PUBLISHER
the state. But Shawnee chose rather
to take up the taxpayers' cause and
oppose a bill that she considers con-
templated a plain steal.
If Shawnee's light has been suc-
cessful, the state is saved a long pe-
riod of trouble, vexation, litigation
and finauical loss.
But only the count can show whe-
ther Shawnee has been successful or
News Business Oftlae. 381
Lou 8. A Hard's Residence. W
entered as seeond-cluss nail matter at Sba w-
. Oklahoma, undrr the ae- of Congress of
For Stale Senator
W. S. BAKER
For Couut) Commissioner
E. G. BOHANNON
Ho, every one that thirsteth, come
ye to the waters, that he that hath
no money; come ye, buy. and eat;
yea, come, buy wine and milk with-
out money and without price.
Wherefore do ye spend money for
that whicn is not bread? and your
labour for that which satisfleth not?
hearken diligently unto me, and eat
ye that which is good, and let your
bouI deligl t itself in fatness.
Incline your ear, and come unto
me: hear, and your soul shall live;
and I will make an everlasting cove;
nant with you, even the sure iuercieB
Behold, 1 have given him for a
witness to the people, a leader and
cgmuiandur to the people.
Behold, thou shnlt call a nation
that thou knowest not, and nations
that knew not thee shall run into
thee, because of the Lord thy God.
and for tht Holy One of Israel; fo?
he hath g'orlfled thee.
Seek ye the Lord while he may be
found, call ye upon him while he is
Let the Wicked forsake his way,
fend the unrighteous man his thoughts
and let h<m return unto the Ixjrd.
and he will have mercy upon him;
and to our God, for he will abun-
HASKELL ATTACKS McNEAL.
Joseph W. McNeal. candidate for
the republican nomination for gover-
nor, is to be congratulated upon his
being singled out fo«- attack by Gov.
-|Chas. N. Haskell. The immediate'
conclusion must be that the whilom
treasurer ol the democratic national
campaign committee is onvincedd
that McNeal's nomination is a cer-
tainty. Ordiarlly it might not cause
surprise Lhat a man like Governor
Haskell should attack and villify a
business man at any time, whether
the latter should be seeking public
office or merely staying at home ami
minding his own affairs In this in-
stance, however, Governor Haskell
has good cause for fearing the nomi-
nation and election of "Joe" Mc-
Neal. Just as sure as the sunshines.
McNeal would Unlo k every door that
leads to the secret places of the
Haskell administration and the peo-
f this state would be given op-
portunity to see what has been going
And Governor Haskell knows
that McNeal would do it. According-
ly, his alarm is such that he over-
turns precedent by trying to prevent
McNeal's nomination instead of his
election. "Joe" McNeal's platform
slogan, "More business and less poli-
tics," is a confusing irritant to ma-
chine politicians like Gov. Haskell;
they are blind to its value to the
people, but keenly aware of its an-d
ger to themselves. In singling out
McNeal lor his attacks, Governor
Haskell is doing lots of boosting for
McNeal among the decent voters of
Oklahoma, and his cry, "Defeat Mc-
Neal at al1 hazards," is plain in its
purpose dnmeaning to everybody
acquainted with Haskellism
Belle Beach Bain, charuipon horse-
woman of America and a favorite of
society leaders of New York and
Newport, who has begun suit for ai-
vorce, alleging that her husband fail-
\V I SCONS IN USES HAH 1US' PLAN.
THE WATSON INCIDENT.
The hooting and hissing of A. P.
Watson, a Shawnee man now serving
the state as corporation commission-
er, when he attempted to speak at
the Shawnee Real Estate Exchange
meeting last; night, was a spontane-
ous expression on the part of the
people of their disapproval of those
who are so rlosely allied with the
state administration that they have
turned against their home city. The
audienoe was made up largely of
democrats, bit they were Shawnee
democrats, and for Shawnee first,
last and a'l the time
Others should take a tip from the
reception handed "Taters" Watson.
"The republicans of Wisconsin beat
us to it," said Jim Harris, chairman
of the republican central state com-
mittee last night, relative to the
state convention, which meets next
Thursday. "They held their conven-
ion yesterday, adopted a platform,
elected a state chairman and a cam-
paign committee am? are ready for
the campaign, just as the plan is in
this state. Tne noir.in ;tions in Wis-
consin do no' o cur until the prima-
ries in ti ?ptember, whereas the Ok-
lahoino primaries ooctif early in Au-
gust, six weeks in advance of ine
Wisconsin, as is the plan in
Oklahoma, the platform is now known
and it is out on which all republican
candidates will utam' •'or nomination
and election. Of course the Wiscon-
sin convention eno sedd President
Taft and sent him a message of fe
licitation, for the republicans of th
state are intensely royal to party.
"1 have called the republicans of
Oklahoma to convene In Guthri
next Thursday for the same purpose
for which the Wisconsin republicans
were called. The delegates that wil
sit in the state convenlon there will
NOW Ff'R THE COUNT.
The News can not beileve that a
majority of the people of the state
succumbed to the sirei song of Ok-
lahoma City, "a three million dollar
capital for nothing," and will guide
the ship of state upon the rocks of
financial nisa.jter Bather do we be-
lieve that the intelligent people of
this state, aside from those who have
selfish interests to conserve, have
been awakened to their danger, and
have successfully evaded the disas-
Shawnee's motives in fighting the
state capital bill have been of the
highest. She has had no selfish end
to conserve. She had every reason to
believe that she stood a better
chance in the race than Guthrie
Oklahoma City or any other city in
Next Sunday, June 12th
Zinn's Musical Comedy
- - IN - -
Mrs. Bain is shown caressing Hea-
therbloom, the great jumper. Mrs.
Bain's husband, William C. Bain, is
an English army officer and was also
a daring horseman Their courship
began under romantic circumstances
d to provide for her In the picture at the Madison Square Horse Show.
June 12th, Zinn 8 Compa
in one of Weber Field
11 y opens
Duke, press representative
Musical Company, states
is the strongest musical
our this season. He has
been here befort
with the Bell Bylo
FIRST METHODIS! EPIJCOPM.
Corner 10th and Beard.
Sunday school at 9:30, John W. i
Children's Day exercises, batpism
and reception of members; a talk bjr
the paBtor at 11 a. m
Epworth League at 7 p. m
Preaching at $ p. m by the pas-
Pr&yer meeting Wednesday at 8
Morning Sen ice.
God Shall Wipe All Tears Away,"
(Spieker) Emily Wilkinson
The King of Love My Shepherd
Is," (Shelley) Choir
"Not a Sparrow FaBeth," (Thomp-
son) Mrs. Keifer,
Miss Payne and Mr. Keifer
"The God of Abram's Praise"
Everybody cordially invited.
CARL E. KEIFER,
J. H. BALL, Pastor.
Sunday service, 11 a. m„
Wednesday evening meeting, 7:30.
Heading room open dally, except
Sunday, from 2 until 5 p. m.
A cordial invitation Is extended
First Methodist-Epvacopal Church.
(Corner Ninth and Beard.)
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m., F. B.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Theme: "The Greatness of Love."
General Class Meeting, 12.
Men'8 Brotherhood, 3.
Junior Epworth League, 3 p. m.
Senior and Intermediate League, 7
Evening worship, 8 p. n
Theme: "Moses' Mistake."
Epworth League, Tuesday evening.
Wednesday, prayer meeting.
Thursday, Kennedy's Bible school.
Friday, choir practice.
J. G. HAR9HAW,
Trinity M. E. Church.
Services each Sunday at 11 a. m
and 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday even-
lected by couuty conventions that I Ing at 7:30 p. m.
next Tuesday. It has been my' B. W. DUNAWAY, Pastor,
Intention, all the way through,
have a state convention as thoroughly
grass root as it would be possible to
secure. The republicans of the vari-
ous precincts throughout the state
are today electing their delegates to
the county conventions, and it is a
plan wherein the rank and file con-
"All indications are that we will
have a big convention next Thursday,
an enthusiastic one, and that a sub-
stantial platform will be drawn by
the delegates elected direct from the
rank and file of the party. They are
the ones who know best of all what
the platform should and must con-
sist in order for us to win in Novem-
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.
Tuesday evening Conoway's "Teach-
er Training Class."
Prayer meetings Wednesday at 7:30
Choir practice Friday evening at
:30, W. I. Conway, director.
Everybody will receive a hearty
welcome to all the services.
SIMPSON HAMRICK, Pastor.
Residence, 1114 East Eleventh St.
If you buy a loi from the Ameri-
can Realty Investment Company, they
will loan you money to build a home.
Room 214, Mammoth Bldg. 31-tf
We fael that you are just in the notion to open an account with
us. You need just this one more invitation. Yesterday is dead
and tomorrow unborn. I'll do it TODAY. That's right thank you
so much. We'll appreciate your account more than any bank in town
$1.00 Starts an Account
Security State Bank
Capital, #; «,000.00
Hortori Memorial Reformeu uhurch.
(Corner of Wallace and Park.)
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Rev.
J. G. Brower will speak to the chil-
Christian Enc!eavor at 7 P- m.
Evening service at 8 o'clock.
The First Presbyateriau 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, Paster.
YOU'RE LOSING TIME
looking for better CarrUge and Au
tomobile painting than you get here.
I can do that job for you the way
you want it done. 1 solicit an oppor-
tunity to show you how well I can
J. P. MITCHELL
123 1-2 N. Beard St., Shawnee, OkJv
Over Harry Johnson's.
123 1-2 N Beard st. Shawnee, Okla
r ver Harry Johnson'!.
I\ew Babies Are
Born Every Day
BUT THIS IS AN OLD COMPANY
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
DOSS & SEWARD
(Succcssors to C. R. Dean)
LOANS AND INSURANCE.
R00m 7 Over Shawnee Nat. Bank
How About That Clean Suit?
DO you wt-ur clothing? Yes of course you do and I wager money,
marbles, or chalk against a doughnut, there is not a man in the
city but v.hat can find from one to five suits about his
home that needs cleaning anpresslng, and in many Instances
dyeing. The cost of Cleaning. Dyeiug and Pressing is small com-
pared with a new suit and when you have us do your work you
will have to be an expert to distinguish whether it is a new or old
suit. Call our wagon at phone No. 225 and we will have a man
there to care for your wants.
219 East Main.
Prof. Kuhn's Conservatory of (Dasie
SHAWNEE, OKLA. 16 W. 11th St. Phone 492
Teaches Piano, Violin, Comet, Trombone, Clarionet, Flute,
Drum, etc. Take Beginner: and Advance Pupils. Specialty
Children o( any age. Free Orchestra for His Scholars. Be-
ginning any Time.
Gold Silver Copper
We have all kinds of money to loan
on farm property. Oar terms are
easy, your payments light.
Geo. E. McKinnis Co.
UO K Union A'e. I'hone 1100
Conkey'B Famous Poultry Remedlei
Auk for o'ir poultry book—FREE
CliKK'S SEED STORE
Phone 140 203 E Main.
Emmanuel Church, Broadway and
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Morning service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening service, 7:30 p. m.
REV. R. WINCH ELL MAGOUN,
First Baptist Church.
(Corner Tenth and Union.)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11:00 a. m., morning worship.
Sermon: "An Old Time Revival."
3:00 p. m. Jr. B. Y. P. U. and Sun
7:00 p in., B. Y. P U. devotloanl
3:00 p. m., evening worship.
Wo begin today revival service.
The pastor will be assisted by Dr.
Luther Little of Ft. Worth. Texas.
Dr. Little has a message, and always
secures a large hearing. We trust
his coming to our city will be a great
blessing to many. Service through
the week will be held at 3:30 and 8
p. m. We cordially Invite you to at-
J. R. JESTER, D. D.,
Flrtt Church of Christ, Scientist
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH.
Corner Ninth and Center streets.
Bible school, 10 a. m.
Preaching service, 11 a. m.
Junior Y. P. C. E. U., 3 pm.
Preaching service at 8 p. m.
Ladles' Aid Society meets Thurs-
day at 2:30 p. m.
Song and prayer services, *:15 p.
J. H. ATKISSON, Pastor.
The First Christ inn Church.
Dr. J. W. I.owber, ex-chancellor of
Texas Christian University,will preach
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and lec-
ture in the evening at 8 o'clock. The
subject of his letcure will be, "The
Working of Satan as a Great Dra-
ma." Mrs. Lowber will give a pathe-
tic reading at night. Dr. Lowber will
lecture and Mrs. Lowber will read
every night and close on Sunday
night, June 19. Dr. Lowber has star-
ted a social reform movement which
has reai ijpd nearly twenty thousand
MRS. BROWN Cft-RR
(jives French Treatments, body and
(ace: also manicuring, chiropody and
bairdrosslng. Will make Calls.
Cook With to
Let us make your kitchen
Latest patterns just received
Shawnee Gas & Electric Co.
1,'iO N. Broadway
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