The Shawnee News. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 121, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 17, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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THB JiBWS, THREE M05THS.il.
shawnee news. sattepai. >trrnbtg it. hi*
fafib Sl t1
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The Guthrie folk want this to be
the capital, of course, but over and
beyond all other things, they want
the smoke from the stacks of facto-
ries to tell the people this is the
great manufacturing city of the south-
in est A little energy will get the
-Rtudrr an ru
(j (f*t the tket
Matthew 22 15-22; 34-46.—Seste —be
( arsur tkr tkiinj* tk*t air ' ae**r' ; mad •
CFIE Pharisees and Sudduce*** «f oar Luni * 4bj were be k«**deni < '
religion. They had formed a ixwt or 1 deration, sc to speak. aud
rarely made an attack npon each other, tirboagh their doctrines wer*-
directly opi oaed. The Pharisees acknowledged God and the prophets
HXie as desired.—Guthrie Leader an(i the Luw- aa* telieved a futan life by a resurrection from the dead, and
That's tke talk. A few manufa tur- beHere^ iT1 a coming Messiah to exalt tb**ir natiou and through It to biea* the
ng establishments will be worth
world. The Sadduceea believed nothing of the kind—the* were agnostic*.
v.*i j Higher Critics. They were making the best of the present life, doubting any
more to your cl . than half a dozen existence. The Fbnriuees opposed Jcnu bM he did not acknowl-
state boosts. • tj,em ^nt crtticif*ed them, and showed the hypocctates of their claims to
t>e perfect and holy in the keeping of the Law. an«: repsored them for their
The Nl|kt and Day Bank of Okla- lack of sympathy with the poor and lew pretention**.
homa City has increased its capital The Sadducees opposed Jesus becaut* from their standi*)m' of unbelief, b*
stock from $25,000 to $$0,000. w*s a fraud. But even as a fraud they ^onld not have botherwl tbeui^e • s
I to oppose him, only that they perceived be was gr. .ifcr an lnHoen e with
The Boley Progress boasts that rhe p*°p1*—ad influence which they feare.. might, hwh-t < ; aier. lead to some
Boley is the only negro town in the ^at"rtan« th" I"""™ *nd mifavonil.. nfloenci- he «" «.«
1 . • „_v. ■ Empire towards the Jews. So while the Saitdocw? unci t'l-
world that has an electric light p ant . ^ . ... ,
t Jesus, their opposition was for different ren-tous.
The c-ompanj oaraiig :he plant has The triumphal entry of Jesus tab- J-rnsa - . and the crying the mult:- |
recently increased its capital, and n^e. "Hosanna to the Son of David." the Messiah: awal.-asd L\y to 'he
will shortly begin the manufacture of minds of the Pharisees. But in the Saddn-ees it prmiu. <-d a fear liial the
ice. j '"ommon people should become so aroused as t© involve their nation in some
i strife with the Empire. The Pharisees strove to turn away thi sympathy of
the people from the Great Teacher, and, to this end. sought to catch him in his
All ihe officers in the town of Bo- words by putting the question. "Is it lawful to give tributer
} y tkuA hi the township of Boley are They reasoned that if Jesus would say. It i m* t unlawful. th> smuid have ^
Legroea. The town is governed by little difficulty In having him arrested as a leader of sedi i an< rtius '°Gpe4
twelve trustees, six of whom are ro Pct to death. They reasoned further tlxar if Jesos siumld answer
PIPE NOW FOR GAS
BE PREPARED FOR THE FIRST COLD SNAP.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED.
PHONE AND A SOLICITOR WILL CALL
^ ANTED—Evory body ifl
to bring their ban of * r ...M
have them cleaned and biacM. at
Ithe People's Cleaning and Dj* Works.
218 K. Main. Phone 22.: I*-ts
SAT.Ei3ME\ wanted to look aftsr
ar interest in Pottawatomie and ad-
jacent counties. Salary or jomnus-
: aloe. Address The Harvey Oil Co.
Cleveland, 0. !i-ft
& ELECT. CO.
130 N. Broadwav
LAUIES to do piece work at home.
Sl-25 to K.90 a day nuui« easy. gx-
iPerience unnecessary Pertaaaeai po-
sition. Waller Hotel, ruox 1 *<-3t
of the Roman
hnn ee< both opposed
WA.VTKD—To know woo "jicy-
| vie delivered by miatake wKh trunk
Sunday morning. Notify 9. 1- F„
WANTEI>—dewing Co do.
Seventh. Phone 18S.
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ieoted each year. The township is tha! 11 K<" lllwful t0 *iTB trtbme ClnxiT he wookl thereby ali-nate the sytn-
* vc-nod br three trustees Besides "ath^ of toe multitTlde. which cried "H-wann*" after him: for the Je > held.
* , . rf almost superstitionsiy, tht idea that they, as God's Kingdom, must not pay
these there is a justice of peace t0 any earyiij. Kingdom—that it would be irreverent t. .! -o eiceptini:
and constable for the township, and und(,r ,,ompalsloc Ve notice how artfully they endea-^bn-tl t,. ensnare the
a justice and city marshal for the jjagter by complimenting him upon his truthfulness, saying. Tiaster we knov
•ity. The town also has an assessor, tt4t thou art truer' Not only so. but they wtisht to itnprew >>: • u htni tbr.r
a clerk and an attorney. • The people appreciation of him as a Teacher—that be woaid teach th. lietit. tlj- Tnitn. at
of the town pay taxes on more than any cost. And so they said. "Tbou teachest the way of >d ir. 'ruth And
$900,008 worth of property. further, they fortified their position by saying. "We know that tbon r^gardes'
not tbe person of men!"
These treacherous compltmrats were Intended to ensnar. hiixi. out he
The Wagoner Record shows its jeal- promptly snswered. "Why tempt ye me. ye hypocrites u d" y^u '
ousy to this paragraph: Muskogee your base designs under guise of speaking for the Trnrt >'• >• me the
noaata of having 17 joints Huh' tribute money." This was.literally, tbe caw coin inorhicb rhe tas «m to b«
ZTs nothing Wagoner has nearly PaM- They handed him a the usual wase for the da, to ret ^
■ ' sponding in valne tofcbotrt seventeen of our cents. Jesus asked *!>•«« to
at >nan> and still we are only one- ^ lmape ^ uperscriptionr They answered. -Caesar^' lesu> replied,
fifth as large as Muskogee. • Render unto Caesar tbe things that are Caesar s and unto God the things that
are God's." No wonder tbe wily Pharisees were troubled to know bow to catch
him in his words! On tbe contrary, they were caught, for all of their canpU
The Busoman has no use for tht mentary remarks stood to his credit in tbe minds of the common peopit
ballot box stuffing fraternity. Elec- Next, the Sadducees. the agnostics, tried to entrap th. i.retit leather by
tion contests are being filed in manj asking one of their stock questions Seven different brother* in turn marned
counties of the state, and in some the same woman and all died before she did. To which rf them will she
, , in .ka resurrection' They did not ask. To which will she be wife in
instances the most blatant frauds and ^ ^ or pternaI tornir, for Mither Jesus u ^ be Jews heM any
despicable corruption has been un- 6 ■ - - - ^
-arthed. Every person guilty of such
Built in a forest—from a brush piW
the metropolis of a great sectior
4* I of the Southwest In thirteen years,
4- And never having had a boom in th«
-j- ordinary sense of th# word, but s
4. 4. 4. 4. 4 4. 4-4 <!■ 1-4- j vigorous healthy and continuous
growth, is a record only made poa-
WANTED—A cook, or a
[or colored, to assist ta
SHAWNEF rRANSFER &
STORAGE Z™"** ^ "euu"
Dq a general trans-
fer & storage.business
such teaching. The Pharisees and Jesus taught the resurrection of the dead,
and it w as against this teaching that the Sadducees aimed their sarcastic qnes-
high handed robbery should be given
a suit of stripes and a job in prison. j,-ote ^ majesty of the Master's answer "Ye do err. not knowing tbe
Scriptures, neither the power of God!" Ton do not understand the Scripture
teaching respecting such questions, and you are ignoring in your question the ■ 1
Kred Barde of Guthrie, staff repre- DMne p„Ter which, at that resurrection time, will be •xarcisnd and wiU
tentative of the Kansas City Star and ,mt an the difficultieB of the situation. Then tbe Great Teacher pro-
ruagagiae writer of some note, sel- t0 inform them that such as would (gradually attain to the rc-itirrec-
doni makes an error in his chroni- yon. such as would get a complete raising up out of sin and death condltii
oftce 3U6 South Cnice
|^M. by tbe natural resource, of rhoP^E
lu oroad avenues are lined on each
side with rows of stately elms an
aapies which, with uie beautiful res
uaoces and well-kept towct. bav.
ranaformed tbe ~ tnto a verttabi
rectlon as tbe great school of Nocr*
Dame—which wiU enroll 1000 to>.<
student and have tbe support of -*
ahoma. on tbe norta side of th
-iorth Canadian river, and Is know
s the Central Ci*y of the stats i
vas also built tn tbe midst of
tense forest, and for that reasor
tnewn In the Southwest as tbe "Fu-
W ANTED—A strong young man.
Apply at Martin s Ice Cream Factory.
MEET ME AT
The Best Coftee
213 East Main ^Street
I've Been There and It's all Right,
WANTED — Men to laaru aarber
trade. Few weeks required. Best
paying work within reach of poor
man. Wages up to CO weekly.
Small capita] starts shop. Few bar-
bers take apprentices Demand in-
creasing Write for free particulars.
Moler Barber Collage. Dallaa. Texaa.
WANTED—Good young uare. wall
broke; must be at right price JMi
K. Mail. 3-tf
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A JTEW8FAPEB IS
Sam Langford, tbe negro pugilist,
who recently defeated his old time |
clea. In a recent story, however, be would "neither marry nor be given in marriage, but wouW be sexless.^as^are u^ri. opponent. Joe Jeannette. after
^ _• • -- I fifteen round battle before tbe i"
a paper that print* tbe aews
of tbe day. If jot do aot
lake Tbe Shawnee Eveaing
Sews, yon sboald ds so. We
print all •( the news that Is
tit ta print, up ta 4 a'claek
said that "Bill Anderson, tbe guer- the angels. Thus the supposed grea. and unanswerable question of tbe Sad
ilia was at the vreddine of BeUe ducees fell flat and their Ignorance was exposed.
' Next one of the Doctors of tbe Law endeavored to entrap the Lord on a
Starr and James Reed in 186« An _„tlo"n'op thp reLltlve importance of the Divine commandrwnr- asking wl
Oklahoma editor corrects the state- . . , ttie one 0f all. The Great Tea-tier promptly d ' >ded
iient by asserUng that "BUI Ander- ^ nomman(lmeI1,s u,,,. two. according to the Law (DeuL 6:3 and answered,
son. the noted guerilla, was killed In shalt love [lw j.,,rd thy God with aU they heart, and with ail thv soul
a skirmish hear Albany. Ray county ^ witl" a!1 thv Inind " This Is the first and gre - tchief .■ommandment-
Missouri. October 27. 1884 " And tbe second "is like unto it-Thou Shalt love thy neighbor as thyself On
these rwo commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets W hat couid
v the Lawyer say to such a summarisation of the ijiv ile h.ul nothins left to
Au employer and his hired man at jje"Was answered as never before.
iiaswell. Washington county, recentlj " Tbe Ureat Teacher asked the Phari*es. "Wha- tt-. ii ye ■ •* tbe Messiah?
became lnvolve4 in an encounter over whose Son is he?" They answered. The So.
the employer's daughter. The hired queried. "How then doth David In spirit VP
man and tbe girl had a dispute as u Tbe Lord wid unto my Lord. "f ' ' ,
result of which the hired man called enemies thy footstool If Davidtten.aieth In.l .
This she resented and Of i-onrse the question was too deep for th- I ha -
This she NWM4 con]d >nswer nll of (heir ,luestions. but they couM not asv
; tifully clear we see It to be that the Messiah, a r lui. rhe
Armory Athletic Club in Boston. Th
men had fought several " f|M| K, ar(i. (m
out there being aiiythmg conU^ ^ ^
WbUe jeannette w no to learn that there Is atleast
out, it was plain to most oniooaers .... ...
at iie end of the fifteenth round
that had it been a finish tight he
would have been decisively conquer-
I make thin*
i ■■ his Son?"
• ,-eat Teaclier
ti. waa torn
• oniplisbed tn
nd was raised
ed. The fight was considered, one of
tbe moat game and "slam-baug ever
seeu in Boston.
Clean cotton rags wanted at
WANTED—A position as jaattor,
or light work. Address John Duffy,
care Clark's Seed Store Shawnee.
I Ok. It-tf
FOR RENT—Front ground
furnished rooms for housed
501 N. Bell. Phone 658 Black
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms
with bath; rate $25 a mouth board
and room; two gentlemen preferred.
225 N Bell Phone 1094. : -«
FOR RENT—Two furuiahed house-
keeping rooms, all modern -ow-eo-
tcncea. 220 X .Broadway IT-tf
if ioc have a shabow
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all tts stages. I . _
and that la catarrh. Hall's Catarrh j uf doubt as to tbe advantage of buy-
Cure is tbe only positive cure now juj your lumber here ask the mar
FOR SALE—Five room house .-lose
in. Price 11200. On easy terms. Ap-
ply to owner. 119 N Oklahoma Tel-
ephone 368 Black. lfc-Jt
Too will always gei returns If you
Insert a want «d in the News. Try
one In tomorrow's issue.
known to tbe
. nally. acting
medical fraternity. Ca-
l constitutional disease,
rh Cure is taken inter-
directly upon the blood
surfaces of tbe system.
i he girl a liar
reported to her father
man desisted for the time being, buli "hr Urn'.il-'. "f David, but that (iod's pun- s—
again brought up the matter at the, ,,r ,|le flesh—that he lay down his 11—u.
dinner table, reiterating bis statement fron tp ^ pl0Ue oi glory, honor ami Iran ortalitv f a • ' e :<ugels.
that the girl bad lied The father p^^ttSe* and po^'-rs." We pereeive thai m ti.. - he was
settled the matter by breaking a tlle S : ofDaxi.! • ti- that la bis glorl!: <«••: • ' 5- ■->' Daviv.
pitcher of milk over the hired man's will ihro... . h In due time onl- . :r • ; MM
J. . ,h< iiies-ii.-• >f parti ."tion in -be Measiati Kingdom .be father of
' Messiah in the Desh will thus becom. the son of th. Messiah of glory whom
eartblv life is to 1«- tbe restitution price for the whole world, in iuding
Ths Oklahoman la inad because! - - -
Kansas City papers. In publishing a
list of cities that have shown remark-
able gains in population, according to
the census, omit Oklahoma City. Per-
haps the Kansas City fellows are a
little suspicious on account of the
discrepancy between the vote cast on
the removal of the capital and tbe
vote east at the recent election.
Thus It Is written,
mayest make prim e:
Instead of thy fathers shall he tn hildren. whom thou
irulers) In all tbe earth Psa 4." i i
\our complexion as well aj
temper Is rendered miserable
disordered liver. By
thetebv destroying the foundation of
• the disease and giving the patient
• i strength by building up tbe consti-1
> tution and assisting nature tn doing
• jits work. The proprietors have so,
• imuch faith in iu curative powers j
•! that they offer one hundred dollars j
for any case that it fails to cure.
• Send for list of testimonials Ad-j
dress F. J. CHENEY It CO.. Toledo.,
who works tt up for you. Also watch
him work and hear him sing or whis-
tle. Everything goes so right It goet
quickly. That means a shorter Jot
and less expense for you.
The Taylor Lumber Co.
Ninth and Oklahoma 'Phone 112
FOR SALE or Trade—An -*crt
tract of land, 2 1-2 mi lee aartb of
Belmont and 5 miles wert of Prague;
S room house and good harn. plenty
fruit trees, etc. Will trade tor Saw-
nee property. Address Joha D. Bo-
land. Prague. Okla. 14-«1
AND cure the lungs
FOR SALE—Family mare, aaraeta
and buggy, cheap. Apply H B Cal-
I ahan. 210 South Eden IS-3t
oeriain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
your ■ . . _
by m I Ohio. Sold by druggists. <oc.
taking Cham- , _
HOW BOOB SEWS SPK1ADS.
Dr. King s
FOR SALE—Good six year old milk
cow. lnuqire at 422 N. Kickapoo
*—— v~.k Q^ia t.w .11 "I am To years old and travel most
, w a . . . , you can improve both. Solo uy au
than anything in connection paw and Lincolnville, entering Jop- ' . j of the time
And dow tbe defeated candidates
lu Carter county are calling for a
re-coaat. If this thing keeps on much
longer 11 will be almost equivalent to
a recount of tbe vole of the whole
with the capital matter
by way of Sunnyside and Galena dnifcgtita.
last week no negroes were permitted Notice to Bread tostomers
to vote, yet the state election board | Hating so many calls from all
has never declared the result of the j parti of the dty for Bedecker's
election on the grandfather amend- j Bread, we have arranged with the
ment, neither has that amendment following stores to handle our bread
ever been declared a part of tbe con-
>EW LIKE t« rt > SOO: .
In his Tulsa World, Editor "Tom";
I^atta hoots at the state bank com-
mlsstoaer's saying that his failure to
make the September call for a state-
meat of business was because of the
capital removal trouble. Latta is un-
able to soe that the capita) row may
influence the condition of Oklahoma
banks and suggest* this version of
the situation: "The skeptical are
very apt to believe that the memory
of the last call, which showed the
Announcement is made that the
Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf Railway
from Wagoner to Calvin will place
the recently completed extension of
tbe road to Denison. Tex., in oper-
ation on Septmeber 18.
The road plans also an extension
to the north from Muskogee and
Wagoner within a short time and is
now making arrangements for the
a O. D. Grocery
Burk Grocery Oo.
Pantier & Co. Grocery
City Meat Market
John Prultt Meat Market.
Starkey and Company Qrooery. S.
Zellff Meat Market t Grocery. East
writes B. F. Toiaon of
Ehiabethtowu, Ky. "Everywhere I
go I recommend Electric Bitters, be-
8AVED A SOLDIER'S LIFE. cause I owe my excellent health and
Facing death from shot and shell i vitality to them. They effect a cure
in the civil war was more agreeable every time They never fail to tone
5 FOB C^L".',"5
I«D *11 rur. <
and national; financing of the proposition
state banks going down mm — — | _ - by way of Pryor
ming up had a ereat deal to Fairland. Miami, and
with the commissioner's decision not creea, aim
to have any more comparative state- -b*
E. F. PAXSON & CO.
insurance, loans,' real bstatf
%af «/>h the want Columns for Our Specials
Watch the want uo m |M n Broadwav
Phone Ho- 36 —
to J. A Stone of Kemp. Tex., than
facing tt from what the doctors said
was consumption "I contracted a
stubborn cold." he writes, "that de-
veloped a cough, that stuck to me
In spite of all remedies for years.
My weight ran down to ISO pounds.
Then I began to use Dr. King's New
Discovery, which completely cured
me. I now weigh 171 pounds. " For
coughs, colds, la grippe. asthma Doo,t wutp your moaw buying
hemorrhage, horrsenes*. croup and | plfu|Wre wben you ^n ket a bottle
whooping cough and lung trouble, tt Qf chamberlain's Liniment for !5c
the stomach, regulate the kidneys and
bowels, stimulate the liver. Invigor-
ate the nerves and purify the blood.
They work wonders tor weak, run
down men and women, restoring
strength, vigor and health that is
dally Joy. Try them. Only 50 cents-
Satisfaction positively guara->eed by
Conkey's Famous Poulty Remedies
Ask for onr poultry book—FREE.
Absolutely guaranteed ,
j Is supreme. 50c and $1- Trial bot-
Joe Hawkins. Confectioner. East
tie free. Guaranteed by all
Drug Store and phyHCHui at once I
! A1 opening for a physician and drug-
nice. new. clean drug
Star Meat Market. North Beard
Fruit Brothers Grocery. W. Main
All of the above firms will be glad
to include Kodecker1! Bread in your
orders for groceries or meat. w J®
Ever, loaf bear, a label prtntad No other such opening any ^
in Red. White and Blue. !*"« In statas. to our certain know- +
ledge. Only one physician anJ drug
+ + + + + + + + + + + + *H tore in the town. He ti not regis 4*
•j. K0 DECKER'S +j tered Our drug store does 80 per 14-
A piece of flannel dampened with
dru*J this liniment is superior to sny plas-
ter for lame back, pains In the side
and chest, and much cheaper. Sold
by all druggists.
Money To Loan
+ VIENNA BAKERT +icent of the buelnesa Because of
4. BREAD 4- sickness w. are compelled to quit;
+ must sell not later than August 1st
I Know you will buy tt you come and
The Want Ad. Columns of The | tee. Aidress at oace L Box "C." Blg-
I News bring rasuita heart Okla.
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I have eastern money for +
choice Farm or City Loans. 4*
Rates Reasonable +
J. C FISHER. +
Real Estate A Loans.
104 Mammoth Bldg
THb 8nthe 'ttt
FOR SALE—Two mantle folding
'beds, good as new; two second hand
tents: 1 drop head Singer sewing
machine, two rocking chairs, one
sd lounge In green plush and nu-
merous other things. Wo W Slut
A PIANO—At your own price In-
quire at the Engialh Kitchen at once.
FOR BALK—Fine Isrge Freaek bev-
ed Mirror 18x40 inches, brand sea.
.1 half price. Wlrfi Glass, naln sue
CLARk'S SEED STORE
Phont 140 208 t Main.
BEST BARGAIN In shawnee lor 5
days: S room house, large bars, nice
| lawn. 50x140. eorner of Nkilfc and
MONEY TO LOAN on improved,
well located city property. Ir ssnounts
of $250 a.. 1 up Lam bard - Hart
Realty A Investment Compar 7—tela-
; phone 341 l-3t
Succeed wnen everything else Wis
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are tbe supiene
remedy, as thousands have teaubed.
FOR KIDNEY.L1VER AND
k is the best medicine ev.-t wtd
ovet r druggist a counter.
WILL TRADE eighty acres a 1-3
miles from town tor land ta another
locality. W. L. Rose, R. F D. Ko. L
MONET IO LOAN on gooo ree es-
tate securltv. See Kerker Broe. lt d
lost and ronr
. FOUND—Pawn '-cket for bracelet.
' 1'iqulre at The Ne«s office 14-tf
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