The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 114, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 18, 1912 Page: 7 of 8
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WANTED — Competent Btc
pher. Phone No. 1000.
FOB REST— if it.VS
FOB BENT..Nice 6 room bouse on
•ireet car, paved street; price $v
Phone 917. 123-29-tf
-oil BENT—Suite of rooms, newly
lu.-uiBhed lu private family. Phone
m>J B. or 226 N. Beard. 19-5tf
FOB BENT—A six room furnished
lat. Phono 791. 2-2-tl
FOB RENT—Houses In all partt
st city. Telephone or call at o/fUi
lor complete list. LAMBARD-HAB1
COMPANV. Phone 341. 29-8-tf
FOR BENT—Hall over Diamond
Grocery for lodge room. C. E. Easter-
Two Perfect Remedies for
ALL D R C G fi ISTS
rent near Shawnee, fee me betyr.
renting. A 11. llur'ord. 5o-14-3i
If you prefer to own a farm In
stead of paying rent 1 will, soil >ou
one on the same terms as renting
'■This farm will soou pay for itself
| A H. Hurford. 60-14-31
I'oiH l.>>IM> VI I Will.
WELL'i & LEE
t.M «)«!- .
uftlrr* >' rrmru^
I'raft let In VII Court*.
FOR RENT—20 or 40 acres, 6uit-
• hie tor dairy and chickens See
Glllmore, 013 N. Beard. 8-3-6t
FOR h VLB—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—120 gallon high pres-
sure water tank, and good gas stov-
at a bargain. 10 E. Main, Shawnee
FOB SALE OR TRADE—The Pal-
*ce short order restaurant, 112 E
Main. Clarence Kerfoot. 67-16-tf.
One of the busiest lltth men of
high Turkish diplomatic circles
just now is the now minister of for-
ilgn affair*. He has been explain-
ing, pleading, threatening, and eon-
ceding every day of bin life sine"
the war broke out.
WANTED—Solicitors of neat ap-
pearance, who have had some ex
perience selling vacuum cleaners.
Apply News-Herald for Mr. Boyer.
to Cheeue, 80c P°
Fresh Country Butter,
A special lo* price on
candles in buckets.
Get our price cVi Turkeys,
Geese and Chickens.
Buy your Christmas com-
BURKE GROCERY CO.
4. -J. v * *
ESI.ICH « V I VMS
General City and l«ru>
Rooms 1 and 5 Stearns Bl<*g.
+ + + * + + +
FOR SALE—At a bargain, 6 room
house on EaBt Walnut; gas for light-
ing and heating. Lot 75x140. barn
and chicken house. Also S lots in
Rose Garden Addition near green-
house. Phone 766 R
by the republican
. i h recrows don't scar
any more in
IIi:\viis WIK Ml
MEET VI' EL RENO
"Lightfoot" West of El ili.no and
• Lis Six'' Warner, both light heavy -
weights, will go ten rounds at El
Reno Mondaj night, Dec. 2:!.
Warner Is well known in local
circles as a boxer ol ability. His
appearance Monday, however, wil.
! the first In a year.
West is also well known In local
circles us well as over the. entire
state. He has a long siting of vie.
lories from the men of his weight.
The boul between these promising
heavyweights is attracting consider-
le attention and the match Should
be a fast one
4. 4. 4. 4. 4. -J- -H * + *!'
4. A. S. l-TPEli, I . • *• «• -j
General practice of Oste<-
pathy ai d medicine. •!
Chronic diseases « specially. •!
•i- Office over Harryaion s Uru* *!
4. store. Telephones: Of Bee, *!
26; residence 983.
4. 4. 4. 4. 4- .J- 4* ^ 4* 4* *
FOR SALE—No. -27 S. Dixon
street, 6 room house, $1000. Pay-
ments. Will take a good work team
for first payment. R. Wyant.
FOR REST—Store building, No.
114 South Union avenue; also No. 6
West Main street. Lambaid-Hart
Company, Telephone 341. 12-16-6t
FOR SALE—Good 80 acre alfalfa
tarm; 66 acres in alfalfa, $8,600
I ambard-Hart Company. Telephone
FOR SALE—One li foot octagon
ihowcase. A dandy cheap. B- M.
Doss, 23 W. Main St.
,0* C Main Ov« M'C*l* B«OI ^HON« HI*
Cold Crown,M A CC
Porcelain Crown ......... ,&*§ |o <Dt/
BrUge WotW—— ~
Set of Teeth Uppei and lower, both $10.
Very best Set of Teeth made $81 Upper ®n4
lower both of the t>e*t Teeth. Sib.
Silver Filling*. , Cf|„
Cleaning _ — -- JVC
ALL ""Ol*!* GUAHANTffD
etTASLISMIO P«v« tc**t
COOK PO* Mtnikl STAlW Cn1*A C«
M I'.LEN'S MONOPOLY
SUBJECT OF THREE
SCI ARVTE I MM 'III IS
FOR 8 ALE—Yale bicycle and
Oliver typewriter, In good repair,
.heap. Stewart Lumber Co. Phone
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOB
SHAWNEE PROPERTY — 65 acre
truck farm, l'/4 mile from Fostorla,
Texas, 35 miles from Houston; land
lays well; fair Improvements. 20
acres In cultivation, balance in tim-
ber. Farm equipment, house fi.rnlsli
iags, horse, wagon, harness, etc., go
with place. Mortgage JSOO. Price
$r.5000. Lambard-Har t Company,
Shawnee, Oklahoma. 12-10-31
We are h<re in the ransfer
Business wilhout a ch inge in
Management ot Phone
General Transfer, Baggage
and Storage Business
4. 4. 4. .j. 4. 4. 4* ❖ 4* 4* 4* 4- 4-
DBS. BALLiHER * 4^
Eye, Ear, Nose and ThroM. 4
llh Floor Mammoth Bltfft.
Rooms 21«. 211 *ni1 2,4 *:
Glasses Fitted. Shawnee, Ok. -
u 4. .t. .5. 4. 4. 4- 4* 4* 4* 4" 4- ■
V V •> 4- -.- •!* + 4- !• •!* 4*
G. P. l' 1KB
C.Mii rul Contractor.
Building and Repairs, Store •'
Fronts and Fixtures, Plate •
and'Window Glass. No lob •
too small, none too large
V. Main St. Phone
BE W, ESTATE LOANS.
If you wish to buy or b v
property to #ell.
If you wish to rent
house or have * touts ti
If you to tet a loan
ou city property, ca'i on me
xt 1"7 N BROADW'Y cr
,-sll PHONE "1
,1. C. FISHER.
a j. -«• 4* 4- 4 4* 4- 4- 4-
1. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4- 4- 4- r
E. C. Stansrd C H. Ensls
J. 11. Wahl
STANARP, WABL i ENNIS
Kinv &-1U Pottawatomie Blrf*
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4. 4. 4.
4. 4. -J- 4. 4
Try a want ad In die News-Herald
\V ANTED—Boiler makers, boiler
washers, machinist helpers and tool
makers. State age, and experience, 1
Ions job, gtod wages, short hourB,
r„. labor troubles. For particulars]
address E. Graham. Postofflee Box
Kansas City, Mo. 6.-18-31
WANTED—Young men to qualify
tor telegraph service. Only few
months required. Expenses low;
Situation sure. Write for particu-
lars Dallas Telegraph College, Dal-
WANTED -Salesman to sell Lub-
ricating Oil-. Paints and Speclai-
c.ood live wire can earn big
money Champion Refining
The Equitable Surety
Company executes a 1 1
kinds of Fidelity and
C. E. EASTERWOOD
The New \ork, New Havtn aiul
Hartford Rnilroad, which with ullied
and subsidized lines lias been monop-
olising New England traffic, is to re-
ceive the attention of three seperate
investigating bodies. In New 'i or-,
-.he federal grand Jury which has
> examining the agreement be-
tween Melkn's lines and the Grand
Trunk Is now said to contemplate
an Investigation into the general sut-
ject of a traffic monopoly in N>.v
Ungland. The second panel of the
.rand jury has been summoned .0
assist the first panel In the work.
In Washington, the rules committee
cf the house Is co-operating with the
Department of Justice in attending
ro the protesiatioHs ol the represen-
latives from the New England states,
and the attorney general and his
staff are concentrating their atten
lion 011 the problem. The Inter-
state Commerce Commission is In
quiring into the rates charged tjy the
\ e\\ Haven road, and is seeking an
explanation for the line's numerous
latal smanhups and derailments.
|)II. D. H. WILSON
Eye. Ear. Nose anl Throat.
Xr,| floor Mammoth Bnl'diB*.
G| *«e« Fitted. Shawnee, <>k.
4. ,j. .5. 4. .J. 4. 4. 4. 4- 4
4-4-4-4- 4- 4* 4- 4- 4- 4- 4
SHAWNEE TRANSFER f 0.
for crating, shipping a,id
storing household goods.
Piano moving a specialty.
J, T. ESLICK, Prop.
Phone 121 1« "•
.j. .5. .j. .J. 4- 4* + 4* 4- 4- 4
SUCCOR <• \MK is GAININI. EtVOR
WANTED—Good Jersey cow. giv-
in- irilk, that will stand tuborculosis
test Holln;; Sweatt at Texas Store.
.WANTED—To buy office fixtures
(or real estate and loan office.
Hust be cheap for
Sweatt, Texas Store .
WE WILL MML Y«l
to, each tel ol K.Ik Tank ent "■ "W"'
pric p.W lor old Hold. Silver, old « «i' >■«
Monty Sent by Return Mail
Phila. Smelting & Refining Company
Eitabliihed 20 Yearn
863 Chftnut St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
We wn buy your Hold Filings, Gold Scrap, and
Platinum. Highest prices paid
New York. Dec. IS. Succoi
ball, which was tlrst introdnc
the American colleges some
or len years ago. Iiub made
wonderful nrogress during th,
fall that more than 500 men
playing the game In Yale. Harvard
Pennsylvania, Columbia, Cornell
Ilaverford, which comprise the in
tercoilegiate Succor leagu.-.
In these colleges when Ih.
was first organized it was
'impossible to get togi-tlit-r
men to form a team.
| More men are playjng the game
at Yale, Harvard and Pennsylvanir
KOR SAl.R—I-argc goodH boxes at
E 9th See L. Erwln, Texas |
WANTED—To know the where-
aliouts of Ralph Weathers, aged 14
vears, weight about 125 lbs. wearing.
white cap, brown coat and blue over-
nll9. inform 8am WeaO,.™. Shaw- _
R' 6- — ship Household Goods satis-
meeting. a[ e o
There will be a meeting of the ihan'Teported "for the varsity foot
congregation of the First Presb.v- ball teams, and at Cornell. I a ■
wrian Church at ,be church, on ford and r'oiumbia each about
Wednesday, Pecember 18. 1912 at 8 men^have ^
V0mcers lor the ensuing year wltl --J" ^
|,,eTChe0B.adle8 of the congregation has been organized for the first
TR1VNSFFR & '/
„ I "s is the annual meeting and 1 series for Uly three men have been
— COMPANY r t church business wlU I- lost from last year* • I'
Phnnp 409 ^omeftn(i considered a full attendance Is de-1
r 205 Klred . lilVl, ,
8ee US, 205 sired.
We crate and j
CPA9. K. WELLS,
have eight veterans from a year ago
to draw on.
..aii RENT Farm. Inquire at 221 factory to all.
N„rth Beard street. M-17-U '
Read the Daily News-Herald.
M. H. ErneBt la a business visitor
I to Wichita l'alis, Tex.
your old reliable Shoe repair
man, lies moved from 1# West
iialn street to 127 NonL
Broadway, under big elecirlt
shoe. Phone VI for quick uie -
sengera. . .
21.tr .1 VMES VAN 1 HESS.
First Published .11 the Shawnee News
Herald, iu-ceraber 2. 1 1 -
Slate of Oklahoma, Executive Depart
WHEREAS, there was present'
tc the Honoiable Charles N llask-ll
(Jovernor of Oklaho..,a, on lie lit'l
day of December, A. D . UM>>. I'"11
lions signed by more than twen ' -In.
per centum of the qualified ''te<
o? the count/ of Poltawatoniii, S al,
of Oklahoma, such per cenumi b lu
determined by the total vote cum
In Baid county tor the head of the
state ticket In the next preceding
general election lo the date of liliu.-
eaid petitions, said petitions being
verified by affidavit, showing that the
petitioners were qualified voters of
said county of Pottawatomie; anil
WHEREAS, said petitionB were In
substantially the form prescribed bj
ihe statute of the State of Oklahoma
ip such case made and provided, and
prayod thai the governor of th.
state of Oklahoma call a special
election to re-locate the county seat
of said county of Pottawatomie un
der the provisions of Section 6 o1
Article 17 of the Constitution of
WHEREAS, the city of Shawnee,
and the city of Tecumseh, each filed
with the aaid governor verified peti-
tions signed by more thnn three huti-
ired qualifier! eletlors of snld county
,s provided by Articie 17, Section «
of the Constitution; and
WHEREAS, the said Governor
Claries N Haskell, did call a M"
clal election <0 bo held 011 ti e lutl
dav of February, A. D.. 1909, for .1.
purpose of selecting a permane.
county seat for said county ot Pot
WHEREAS, at said election
held, upon the face of the i^tnrn
the city of Shawnee was declai-
the duly elected county seat of sal
county of Pottawatomie; and
WHEREAS, the city of Tecumse
instituted soli in the Supreme Com
)f Oklahoma contesting the vaildit.
of said election; and
WHEREAS, 'he Supreme Com
td. on the 14th day of May, A. 1
t>,12, render an opinion in which 1
vas held that neither the city 01
Shawnee nor the city ol Te"Uins«-l
received the requisite majority o
,11 votes cant, and that another el-
tlcn should be called pursuant to th
prayer of the petitions slreadv file,
upon which said election was caller
pursuant to Section 6, Article 17
of the constitution, at which election
ihe same towns should be candidal.-s
and the to-vn receiving the majorln
of votes cast at such election shoulc
no the county sent of Pottawatomi
NOW, THEREFORE, 1, LEI
(JRL'CE, Governor of the State m
Oklahoma. b> virtue of the author! i>
vested In me by law, and by virtu,
of ihe opinion of the Supreme Court
above referred to, do hereby call a
special election ,to be held at th.
various voting places in the said
County of Pottawatomie as the same
are now fixed and created by the
County Election Board of Pottawato-
mie County, said election to be held
on the 5th day of February, A. D.,
1913, at which election the city of
Shawnee, and the city of Tecumseh
shall be candidates for the perma
nent county seat of Pottawatomi'
county, and which election shall it
all things he governed by the genera
elecUon laws of the 8tate of Okla
homa when same arc not in conflict
with the provisions of Chapt.t
twenty-three of the Compiled Law
of Oklahoma, 1909. Snyder.
That public notice of this procla
matlon be given by publication then
of In the Shawnee News-Herald,
dally newspaper of general circuit)
tlon in the city of Shawnee, and 11
the County Democrat, a we,-UI>
newspaper of general clrculaiioi
published In the said 'own of Ti
cumseh, of Laid county of Pott.iwuti
mle, for four consecutive weeks im
mediately following the Issuance ol
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I hav.
hereunto set my hand and caused
these presents to be attested by the
Great Seal of the State ot Oklahoma
cn this thirtieth day of November,
in the year of our Loid, Nineteen
Hundred and Twelve, and of the In-
| dependence of the United Stales ol
America, the one hundred and thirty-
Governor of the State of Okla.
BENJAMIN F. HARRISON,
Secretary of State.
% K * IS rtWir A '> ' ■ V* J ti R f.
IB ■ .' fc / ';i ; \ ^ ?! A V) j
11 * v 511 i, - \ a 7 g-A M $ Kv
—■ New Price
Edison drawn wire Mazda
di 011 drawn wire Mazca
Edisi ;i diawn wire Mazda
*.# v v
100 w a E<!i on drawn win- N-' ia! ■ 1- ■- ;
250 wait F dison drawn wi < ; zi. 1 <.t;;
More light for the same
The same light for less mone;-
Gas & Electric
130 North Broad May
Ptondx Sa 'cf Oil u .•
Lampt after 5<jWm/i and
. on Sunday*:
OWL DRUG STORE
6 F.. Main Phone 78
"No Trouble to Answer Questions"
n I V I ot M IL.
A special meeting of the c.uncil
was held this arternoon for the pur-
pose of openlns bills for the bonds
,, ntly voted by the city for pari-,
purposes Only two bond buyers
presented one of whom was
i disqualified, lacking a certified check
1.1 the required amount. Since then
..-as really .only one bidder prese.it
llie bonds were not sold There will
however be np difficulty In tnlili-.-;
the bonds and the council wil prob-
y take the matter up attain to-
Ihe hands of n I ■ d be: T . m'lie
attempted lo-kick Ihe lad and to© nm
a tine of llo- .eral iui h- n-
ihe mule's hip.
Mrs. W. I). Roberts re'.vrned Tues-
day front Tulsa, where sho lias spcnl
the past incnth v Ith her sen L.
mill) Li t K SI'llIIV.
A. |l. Hurford took a dlsnatreu-i
trip to northeastern Oklahoma ti- ■
totter part of last week. While
away lie was in an automobll ■
reck whlc'a he managed to survive
unhurt, llul upon his return home
he learned that one of his be t
mules bad died. The mule came in
its death by blood poisoning, the r. <' ^
suit of Injuries from a pitchfork in iaiiw.
in i ii i.ti.s in in:.
!•;. Raymnnd, i;enerai up. lint n-|
,l-„l Cf llie I'e, W. K Hi wards,
division superintendent and .I H. Me-
t;off, g.-nera! i ■ i*r ineel;anl'- were
iiiawnce visitors Tuesda'
T. It 's nepb.-w will EUC< "d tb*
bull incos" i ,ir m lit S'-w Y< rk
The progressive movement is rapid
ly becoming a family affair.
Is preparing hi
oenzress, iil'l 1
it v. IM b- n Ion.
Nice II room, east trout, plastered suit pa-
pered residence well localed oil North Anlcli.tie
street; gas, electric lighls, hiilh. IcileL hill and
inbl water, clly water, good well. ei< Lot
.Mix110. This property Is rented at M0 per month.
Son-resident owner lias decided to ili-| "-« <d i N
property, and will make Ihe price and teri..> rici.t
for a quick turn. Here's your opportunity t« -c-
ci;re one of the best located homes in Hi* city
at a special bargain.
Let ns show this property to yon today.
REALTY AMI INVESTMENT CO.
int SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. I Oklahoma City. Dec. 19.—A state* I Chicago, Dec. IS*.—Three addition-
,uii was tiiiti iu ne a tie in.
Cluett. Peibody 6c Company, Makcn I ny. N'. Y.
I holidays in Chillicothe,
I former homo.
their!the commander of the Greek de-
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