The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 84, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1910 Page: 4 of 6
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I l ull list ol ti"' (or the
Potlawntowle County Of-
| HKrCltI.lt htati CAKDIDATEH
i„„ i. ikIImk Vartlea Hate l "rK''
l,M from Which (« Choose
The two leading parties buvo a
law Hat of candidate' for nomina-
tions from whirl) to inak.> up their
ticket«. The full county ticket und
the republican state ticket are Riven
'' ' KKFUHLICAH BALLOT
For Judge of the Superior Court
William R. Asher.
John H. Wooda.
For Clerk of the Superior Court
w. M. Kates.
Oacar C, OrlKgs.
Albert J. Nlcklaaa.
Fur Clerk of the District Court
K, W. Milburn.
For Judge of the County Court
Geo. A. Outcelt.
For Connty Clerk
For Register of Deeds.
T. B. MoCurry.
For County Attorney.
8. A. Sheldon.
W. T. Williams.
For Superintendent of Public In-
1. N. Ferguson.
For Counly Surveyor
Geo. L. TlmmouB.
B. N. Craig.
P. B. Hoerlein.
W. J- McColgan.
Walter V. Britton.
A 0. Kellogg.
H. B. Furbee.
I For Coroner.
For Judge of the Superior Court
W. M. lingart.
For Clerk of the Superior Court
For Clerk of the District Court
For County Clerk.
W. T. Derryberry.
For lleglater of Deeds.
W. J. Lowtber.
For Superintendent of 1,1
J no. C Huff.
J. C. Dodaon.
J. E. Jarman.
O. W. Henry.
N. 8. Cordell.
For Judge of Superior Court
Geo. C. Abernathy.
A. M. Baldwin.
M. L,. McKenzle.
For Clerk of Superior Conrt
W. K. Dunn.
W S. McMillan.
For Clerk of District Court
j. 0. Hudlburg.
Frank W. Watts.
For Judge of County lourt
W. F. Durham.
Hobs F. Lockrldge.
Clyde O. Pitman.
E. D. Koasor.
For County Clerk
D. c. Flowers.
j. l. Cotton.
For Register of Deeds
W. 8- McQasklll.
O p. (Dad) Sparks.
For Connty Attorney
C. P. Holt.
j. T. Williams.
For Superintendent of
For County Surreyor
H. R. Bertrand
u, a (Mink) Pierce.
W. A. Grace.
H. F. Harmon.
F. L. Davis.
B. F. Phillips.
R. R. Hindoo.
t. M. Kirk.
For Weigher •
T. O. Orimith.
Jno. A. phillips.
Alva C. OfflU.
J. E. Duun.
Dr. W. N- McGee.
OAIL.Y NEWS. THREE MONTHS. !■
m 1TT.WS. WOSPAYt AUfifST 1, H>1«>
Jl.oo M.OO l.w «L0° W*
$1.00 $1.00 1^0 I1.00
Itepiihllcan Candidate for Corporation
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perse tbetn, but kept them moving.
The crowd rapidly Increasud this
morning, and when the prisoners were
ii,ken away for arraignment,the street
was packed. Order prevailed, how-
The girl haB been requested to
tell the contents of a package she
threw through a port hole after her
um,8t when only the stewardess was
present. It is believed that It con-
talned valuable evidence.
There Is little evidence against Dr.
Crlppen. Rings found In his posses-
Hl„n, formerly bis wife's property,
form one of the strongest links.
The steward llrst Busplcloned the
girl' from her walk and tlgure.
Third Officer Mowatt, the purser
und chief engineer compared defecrlp
Hons With the couple and decided
they were Crlppen and Miss LeNeve.
They told the captain, who lmmedl-
utely notified Scotland Yard by the
wireless. They agreed upon a plan of
constant surveillance, but attmepts
to draw the couple Into conversation
Crlppen constantly guarded the girl
anil kept blmslef between her and the
olher passengers. She was appar-
ently absolutely under his Influence.
WANTED—Horse to keep for feed
during August; good care. C. R-. c
ROOMERS and boarders wanted by
the day or week. 404 N. Philadel-
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; gas. Phone
178, Black; 328 N. Philadelphia.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with
Ice box; everything modern; close in
302 N. Bell. 30"3t
FURN1SHUD rooms for housaUeep
Ing or iodising at 201 N Broadway
Phone 834 Black. 29"3t
FOR RENT—16 nice rooms, over
217 K Main street. Apply to J. S
Swain, 90 E. Main street. Phone
The township candidates are as
' " "'republican BALLOT
For Justice of the Peace
T. S. Tripp.
j. C. Maddox.
F. M. Flies.
j. p. Wilson.
For Justice of the Pesce
J. D. Goulette.
p. O. Cassidy.
W. H. Cecil.
A. F. Straight.
D. D. Powell.
j. Q. Hlner.
8. O. (Happy Sam) Elliott.
W. 8. Simmons.
J. B. Tigelman.
'DAVE" POWELL FOR CONSTABLE
U 1). (Dave) Poyell, candidate for
the democratic nomination for con
stable, Is deserving of the votes of
the democrats of the city. 11*' 1" an
old-timer, having located In Shawnee
a year before the Choctaw was built,
and Is honest, sober and Industrious.
He Is a poor man, but a hard workei
and lias a family to provide for. His
familiarity with the city and county
auallty him for the office. His many
friends will vouch for his ability,
honesty and sobriety.
W. B. Lain of Da-
Emory D. Brownlee, who has Berved ^
as a republican member of the state -j
senate from Kingfisher since state-
hood, Is the aggrpssive candidate for
the republican nomination for corpor-
ation Commissioner. He Is a lawyer
and well kncwi west 'Ride statsman,
having taken an active part In gov-
ernmental affairs in Oklahoma for the
last fifteen years. He is thirty-six
years old; a graduate of the Unlvor
slty of Michigan Many of Shawnee a
prominent men are personally ac-
quainted with him. He IS running
for the republican nomination for Cor-
poration CommlSBio-.er because he be-
lieves the republican party will be
successful at the November election.
The Corporation Commission needs a
lawyer and Senator Borwnlee is the
only republican lawyer who Is a can-
didate. He has always been a friend
of Shawnee and her people, and he
should receive a good majority at the
primaries on August 2
TIIE TEXAo WONDER.
Cures all Kidney, Bladder end
Rheumatic troubles; sold by Shawnee
Drug Co., or two months' treatment
by mail, for 1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2K6
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
FOR RENT—A modern furnished |u Frankel. Phone 713.
ten room house. 419 N. Beard. Tele- Street
phone 902. 1"tl 1
205 E. Main
FOR RENT—Two furnished house-
Seeping rooms, all modern conven-
iences. 320 N .Broadway. 17-"
FOR SALE—4 room house for sale
cheap. Lot 50x140. Price $650.00
cash. Call on Mrs. M. P. Dickinson,
1230 E. Main.
Try a Want Ad, For Sale Ad
In THE SHAWNEE NEWS. 8
lines, S times, 25 cents. 6 words
to a line.
The state ticket Is as follows
Governor: Thompson B. Ferguson
of Watonga; John Fields of Oklahoma
City; Joseph W. McNsal of Guthrie,
C. G. Joues of Oklahoma t lt>.
Lieutenant Governor; Gilbert W.
Dukes of Talihina.
Secretary of State: Don R. Fraier
of Wewoka; J. R- Williams of Gar-
vin, and Thomas N. Robuett of Da-
Kxamtner and Inspector: J. W. Har-
THE PARK HOTEL
Sli N. Beard street, has been purchased by me and I I lia>e n.wb
furnished 1, from garret to cellar non on It wII be An ^
s the CAPITOL HOTEL, and will «•'* I1"' bl" er
money of any place lu shawnee. -
HATES *1.00 P K 11 I> A V
J. W. Wollard, Prop'r.
HAVE YOU TRIED OUR *
lRFNCH dry cleaning method?
.. I in ..tine vom no doubt haie *ent your clothes to
some'''cleaner*' and had the spots Vwl
Saves You IWoney
A new ru.ton.er of our, told .« "this Is the first time I#eje had
mj Hollies come home with the pockets clean.
Sponge aud Pressed. Suit *1
Erencb l ry Clesued and Pressed. Two-piece Suit
lfl.lft.lll N- Beard St.
IT-" - DRY riEAMN MFA.I««Kt
reld of Ardmore
Commissioner of Labor
Insurance Commissioner: Fred
Hoyt of Chandler; Eugeue Hoffman
of Mill Creek.
Chief Mine Inspector: John H. Han
Assistant Mine Inspector (first dis-
trict:) George (Jack) Harris of
Wilburton; second district ••••■
third district, Michael O'Hara of Hen
Commissioner of Charities and cor-
rections: Mrs. Kate Blggers of Mar-
state president Woman s buf-
State Treasurer: H. M. Spaulding
ot North Enid; W. M. DU1 of Oke-
State Superintendent of Schools.
James E. Dyche of Chickasha; G. D
Moss of Cheyenne.
President State Board of Agricul-
ture: William H. Beaver of Lawton,
R. F. D. No. 3.
State Auditor: John S. Dulaney of
McAlester. „ .
Attorney General: Cornelius Hardy
of Tishomingo; P. C. Hughes of Ok-.
lahoma City. ,
State Printer: Jesse L. Curd o
Hugo; Samuel U Bartholomew of
1 Corporation Commissioner: Emory
Brownlee of Kingfisher; J. 1 "rl e
Cloonnn ot Bunch; J. R ot
1 Supreme Court Clerk: Amos Ewlng
of Guthrie; Charles C. Chappell o
A8j'ustlce of Supreme Court, third
district. A. R. Museller of p ^h"8ka;
fifth district, L. M Keyes of Hobart,
Henry Sturgis of Enid.
Justice of Criminal Court of Ap-
peals. east .district: Thomas Hum-
phrey of Hugo; south district. J T.
Ulckersou of Chickasha and Dwlght
Brown of Coalgate; north district,
Krskine Suoddy of Alva.
First District: Bird S. McGulre of
Pawnee; John Goloble of Guthrie,
Milton Garber ot Enid.
sjecond District: Dick T. Morgan of
Woodward: L. T. Wilson of Alva;
George Partridge of Cherokee; James
Norton of Oklahoma City.
Third District: Charles Creager of
Muskogee; H. E. P. Stanford of Ok-
m Fourth Matrlct: Charles Csmpbell
Drug Store aud physician at once.
A1 opening for a physician and drug-
FOR SALE—Pine largo French bev-1 gi8t t0 buy a nice, new, clean drug
eled Mirror 18x40 Inches, brand new, store. No other such opening auy-
at half price. Wlrf's Glass, Pain and where ln aUteB, to our certain know-
Paper Co. | ledge. Only one physician ^d^drug
store ln the town. He is not regis-
tered. Our drug store does 80 per
cent of the business. Because ot
muivft Tins IS A SPECIAL OFIER FOR
cent of the Business. i'""— --
NOTICE—Wanted to sell a good sickness we are compelled to qu j
feather bed liOB E. Eleventh Btreet. muBt sell not later than Augus ^
feather bed. 14-3t Know you will buy If you come and
-— see. Address at once L Box "C,"Big-
SUCCESSFUL Gasoline Light sal- heart, Okla.
aameu make $200.00 more profit per „hathAr
month selling the only instantaneous Soreue8s °' ™ ^eC'/inlury. I
llehting system known to science; induced by violent exercise Jr mjy. i.
pull chain light instantly; home and L quickly relieved by the tree I _
«t L——* --k;1
HONEY TO LOAN on good real e
Ute securltT. See Kerker Broa. 22-tl
IF PAID IN ADVANCE. THIS IS A SPECIAL
MONTH OF AUGUST ONLY.
Wanted a good, live man to jep
— -— * Tnflura:
m* oo'if oo'ii oo-il oo-w oo-it o«rH ^
LOST A HORSE—Sorrel mare, the I >ent R 8tr0ng Western Ute IniGranc
right hind foot white; halter on. Re- Company in Shawnee and vicinity A
turn to 331 N. Ok'ahoma; receive re- fl„t olag8 contract to the right ma_
^a d 30-3t j;xperience desirable, although not «b-
WB™- . . MnRt ha able to
CASTLE HALL SHAWNEE LODGE
No. 20, KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS
Every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
visiting brothers cordially Invited V
Third floor, Postofflce Building
F. W. Half ley K. o( R. and S
JT. Madden, C. C.
solutely necessary. Must he able
furnish references. Addres G. W. L,
care Shawnee New*.
Mil ADVERTISER IN SHAWNEE: scribed dose after each operation of
MR. ADMIBtiM.® x tbe bowelB more than natural and
Although It Is the dull season of the caBtor oll t0 cieanse the sys-
year and business Is at nearly a gafe and sure. Sold by
standstill, people are still buying the ^ (jragglsts.
necessities of life. Are they buying
Maybe he'has no"stopped keeping The world's most ^c«aBful
-lo'thousands. coldwouj^.! ihoJe'^th whom you are designs of
and la grlpp^-that terror of winter |doing busiUBSs. ®,u&ble" for cWidren and adults. Sold
and spring. Its danger signals are i There is n0 better medium lu shaw- drug)8t8.
"stuffed up" nostrils, lower part of 1 tfaan The j,jeW9
Lose sore, chills and fever, pain In
FlieN0«T^f TMENT8U^^.^. ^ i®« „„ . • • • — ' •
. iMsnnoarv "One bot* trolled by Klvlng Chamberla
MRS. BROWN Oft-RR aluB
gives French Treatments, body and Dr Klng
face: also manicuring, chiropody and|tlo cured
halrdressing. Will make Calls.
OR. W. J. CRAMPTON
Phone 759 Blaca
Uood Won. nwsonabie Price.
iur life, don't delay geuu* i lets aiarruuea. ™ ;
gives French l reaunems, ---1 ur. iviug's New D1®cov^y^ °D'J"|,™^erabandiVDiar?ho«bRemedy. All
up' three weeks with crip " For sore |
UepnbUcan Candidate for State
rula Henry Carr, Pauls
Valley; Joseph Sworda ot Sulphur.
When th. stomach falls to perform
1U functions, the bowels become de-
> liver and the kidneys
?Q, causing numerous dis-
eases The stomsch aud liver mult
he restored to a healthy condition,
and Chamberlain's 8tomach and Uvsr
Tablets can be depended upon to do
It. Easy to take and most eflectlva
Sold by all druggists.
A $750.00 lot on N. Pennsylvania,
good location, ««st front; wanting to
leave city; will sell tor *400 caab If
sold at once. Address E. H. c Ths
Shawnee Lodge No. '• °* 0
Meets every Thursday nlgnt.
Visiting Brethren welcome.
MOII & GALLAHtR
Eyo, Ear, Nose and Throat
Third Floor Mammoth knlHlng
Rooms 11H14. "• '**•
8HAVVNB i OKLA
lungs, hemorrhapes, coughs, colds,
whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma
It is supreme. 50 and ti. Guaranteed
by all druggists.
SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR-
1 The door of death seemed ready to
open for Murray W. Ayers of Transit
Bridge, N. Y.. when his life was won-
derfully saved. "I was In a dreadful
condition," he writes. "My skin was
almost yellow; eyes sunken; tongue
coated; emaciated from losing forty
pounds, growing weaker dally, vir-
ulent liver trouble pulling me down j
to death In spite of doctors.^ Then I
that matchless medicine-Electric
Bitters—oured me. I regained the
forty pounds lost and now am well
and strorV' For all stomach, liver
and kldn.. troubles they're supreme.]
50o at all druglsts.
Gold Silver Copper
We have aW kinds of money to
on farm property. Our terms are
easy, yoor payments light.
Geo. E. McKinnis Co.
1)0 X. Uakm AVa Phone 1100
DR. 0. H. TAYMAN
Office over Shawnee National *ank
WU. MABKN *• CHTLU
Maben & Cutlip
Attorneys at Law
Office rooms. Shawnee: Rooms Not
I, J. S sad 4 Pottawatomie Bulldlni
Also offices at Tecumseh.
AND CURE THE LUNGS
E. F. PAXSON & CO.
INSURANCE, LOANS, REAL ESTATE
Watch the want Columns for Our Specials
Phone No 3b tl9 N Broadway
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WE SHOW THE BEST PRODUCED
OUR HOUSE |
It Is COOLEST in the city-AND CLEAN J
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The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 84, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1910, newspaper, August 1, 1910; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90067/m1/4/: accessed March 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.