The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 131, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 27, 1910 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SHAWNEE HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1910
Is assured you when you buy Dr Pierce'. family medic.nes-for
ill the ingredients entering into them are printed on the bottle
wrapped and these are attested under oatb as being comp ete and
correct You know just what you are paying for and that the
ingredients are gathered from Nature's laboratory, being selected
from the most valuable native medicinal roots found Arowing n
our American forests and while potent to cure are perfectly harm-
less—even to the most delicate women and children.
Not a drop of alcohol enters into their com-
position. A much better a<jcnt is used both
for extracting and preserving the medici-
nal principles in them, viz.-pure triple-
i ► „,rt in Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in the cure
Glycerine plays an important part 11n . ,)ttended 1)y sour risings, heart-burn, foul
of ihdigestion, dyspepgia and weak stom , ^ stom.ich) blliousness and kin-
breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnaw t b
Sag^sCatarrh Remedy'. This thorough course of treatment generally cures even the
worst cases hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and lung affections, except
sumpdon^ th<T G^^^Medk^ DUcovery" is a most c'^t^the ''bremdhiai
SEN. GORE HAS
ATTRIBUTES THE FALSE REPORT
TO JAKE HAMON, OF
K "Golden Medical Discovery".is a most.efficient remedy especuljj.m
those obstinate, S"ougL^tnl
rddTncS nor must it be expected to cure consumption in its ^nced stages-no
medicine will do that—but for all the obstinate, chronic coughs, which if neglected, or
badlv treated lead up to consumption, it is the best medicine that can be tiken.
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ment thereof. Cloth-bound sent post-paid on receipt of .31 cents in one cent stamps j >
mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
AGED PURCELL JANITOR WHO
FELL TO TEMPTATION HAS
Special to the Herald
Oklahoma City. Okla., Dec. 27.—
Clad In a new suit of clothes, Jack
Stalcup, an ex-slave arrived in Ok-
lahoma City Sunday morning from Mc-
Alester where he was serving timo
on a charge of larceny, preferred by
officials of the Purcell Hank and Trust
Company of Purcell. He was enroute
to his home ill Purcell to surprise his
wife, known in Purcell as "Ole Aunt
Lucy." He was pardoned Saturday
night by Governor C. N. Haskell.
Stalcup pleaded guilty to stealing
$500 from the bank while he was act-
ing In the capacity of' janitor last
June. The money was returned, but
Stalcup was sentenced to the peni-
tentiary. It Is understood that he
will get his old job back at tho bank.
The petition for a pardon was signed
by the bank officials and the county
Jack's wife is a former slave, her-
self. and was owned by family of Gov-
ernor Vardaraan of Mississippi.
CHANGE IN REALTY FIRM.
J. M. Byler has sold his one-half
interest in tho Byler and Kennedy
Realty Co., to R. E. Timmons. Mr.
Byler will visit Ohio, after which he
will In all probability return to Shaw-
Mr. Timmons is a well known and
public spirited citizen and adds
strenglh to the firm.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT iB guaranteed to
cure aay case of Itching, Blind, Blted-
Ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. SOc.
Special to the Herald.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Dec. 27.
Jake Hamon, republican member of
the state election board, of lawton, la
now declared to have been the author
of tho Washington dispatch •which
stated that Senator Thomas P. Gore
had left there and was on his way
home to resign as the result of the
senatorial investigation in to the Law-
ton town lot case.
Senator Gore places the responsi-
bility there in a private telegram
which he has sent to friends In Okla
"Jake Hamon has dictated certain
dispatches concerning me to the re-
publican press of Oklahoma. This Is
but one of a thousand lies told on me
by Hamon and his friends. I have
never even thought of resigning and
I have no expectation of being de-
feated. I Intend to live and die in
the senate, and to wage eternal war-
fare against the grafter and his
"I have advices that Hamon has al-
ready entered into a political combi-
nation to discredit me in an effort to
dereat me but the alleged conspiracy
is too diabolical to even the fiends in
hell and cannot be carried out among
the honest people of Oklahoma.'
ARRESTED FOR BANK ROBBERY
Sapulpa, Okla., Dec. 27.—Deputy
sheriffs constituting a posse In pur-
suit of the three men who are be-
lieved to have robbed the Prue bank
last week, surrounded the alleged cul-
prits in a thicket near Olife school-
house, this county and placed them
under arrest. All three were brought
to this city and placed in jail. The
robbery was a bold one. Three mask-
ed men rode into Prue, hitched their
horfies in front of the bank entered
and compelled the cashier to hand
over $1,800 In coin. They then leis-
urely rode out of town into the moun-
READ THE HERALD.
(MODEL 10 VISIBLE)
has just been awarded the
over all competitors at the
The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, Syracuse. N Y. Branches Everywhere,
•Thank all the powers that be- That
trunk Is out of the houBe," said Mil-
dred, the married sister. "Now I can
breathe again. No one, to look at tha
Innocent-appearing trunk, would
lieve its contents could represent so
many hours of work and worry.
"Out of the house?" shrieked Mar
jory, who had been viBiting her a s
ter * "What do you mean? Don't tell
me that my trunk has gone!"
"Yes, the baggageman came. I slm .
ply turned the key In the trunk and
sent It away, because 1 was so glad
that you had Anally managed to
squeeze In everything. I told him ten
times to be careful of the woodwork
and then gently Bhooed him out. When
he was gone I breathed a deep sig l
of gratitude that at last the siege of
dressmaker and milliners had come
to an end. Now peace shall reign
"Oh. Mildred! How could you? Its
Incredible! My lavender marquisette
wasn't in the trunk! I was just pull
Ing out the hasting threads In the cir-
cular dounce. I never dreamed that
the horrid expressman would be on
lime. I simply must have that dress
for the frat dance the night I arrive!
Marjory threatened to dissolve In
"Well, dear, can't you carry It in a
box?" faintly suggested her sister.
"In a box! The size of a coffin!
And George is to meet me at the sta-
tion. If you had any sisterly Interest
in my affairs or In me you would re-
member George simply abhors boxes,
packages and baggage. It's terrible,
"Can't you possibly wear your last
year's apricot satin and send this one
by express? I always did like that lit-
tle dress on you."
"Mildred Morton Morse, how can
you Buggest such a thing? This living
In the country has dulled your senses
Impossible—absolutely! I'd rather
stay at home. It would be a cardinal
sin for a girl on a visit to lead the
grand march In a made-over last
year's dress. And I Just love my new
hobble skirt!" wailed Marjory.
"I'm sorry, dear—dreadfully sorry.
When I think how I nearly wore my-
self out to match that lace, the hours
you stood while that awful woman
stuck pint in you, how you weakened
while she pinned the bottom of that
"But I have an Idea! I'll run down
to the station and ask the baggage-
man to let me put the new dress in
your trunk. There won't be many
trunks there. I'll make eyes at him
and hell let me do it. Cheer up. Mar
Jory. Behind the clouds the sun is
Twenty minutes later she was back,
out of breath.
"It's all right," she cried, Joyously.
"Your marquisette Is lying neatly fold -
ed in your trunk, as peacefully as a
sleeping babe In its mother's arms.
But I had a dreadful time with the
key. It wouldn't work. The bag
gageman had a sort of skeleton key
and he opened your trunk.
•By the way, Marjory, you never
showed me those velvet pumps of
yours. They're stunning. What a
gorgeous automobile scarf that Is on
the top tray! And who sent you that
flve-pound box of candy? You little
fox you never told your big sister a
word about It. And I never knew you
had a book of golf rules. I only Just
began to get acquainted with your
personal belongings when I looked In
elde your trunk at the station."
"Mildred, I'm so tired that your
chatter bores roe. What are you talk-
ing about, anyway? My pumps are a
year old and you've seen them a
dosen times. I never had an automo-
bile scarf In my life and never expect
to have one. No one has had the good
sense to send me a one-pound box of
candy, much less a flve-pound bo*.
The only rule about anything that I
ever owned or ever knew was, 'When
In doubt play tramps.' Please explain
what you mean. Is it possible that
you've opened somebody else'i
"Oh!" gasped Mildred, despairingly.
1 must have put your dress in some
one else's trunk. Now I remember
that the man said: 'Yon'll have to
hurry, lady; she goes In a few min-
utes' I thought it was strange, know
Ing that your train doesn't leave until
"Gone! Gone!" walled Dorothy
"It's- It's tragic, but It's funny!"
Five and Ten Acre Tracts on
Interurban three miles south
(First published in Shawnee Dail>
Herald, December 22nd, 1910.)
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals for the performance of the
work and the furnishing of material
for putting in lateral sewers through
blocks 4 and 7, Choctaw Addition;
blocks 19 and 150, Amended Plat;
blocks 10, 11, 15 and 21, Whittaker
Addition; block 2, Brown Addition;
block 1, Deer Park Addi'ion; block
2, Riggs Addition; Rich-Hubbard Ad-
dition, and along the south side of
the west half of block 22, Whitta-
ker Addition; block 1 Park Place
Addition; block 3, Brown Addition;
and Block 2, Hamilton Addition; will
be received up until five o clock p.
on the .srd day of January, 1911.
AU hlds must he In regular form
and on proper proposal blanks.
Said lateral sewers to be put in
in accordance to plans and specifica-
tions on file In the city clerk's of-
fice, and under the supervision of the
The successful bidder will be re-
quired to give sufficient bond to be
approved by the mayor and council
for the faithful performance and ex-
ecution of the work, and to save
the city harmless from any dam-
ages whlcn might occur from the
negligence of the contractor In per-
forin ing said work, or for defective
material used in the construction ot
A certified check in the amount
of 5 per cent of the contract price
will be required to be deposited
with each and every bid to insure
the execution of contract and bonf
in case award is made to the bid-
der. * A
Council reserves the right to re-
ject any or ill bids, and to advertise
for other bids when in their judg-
ment the bids submitted are not
(SEAL) A- D- MARTIN,
12-22-10t City Clerk.
The Home ol Holiday Goods
For the Most Exacting Tastes
Every Variety of Christmas Candy
known to the Candy Makers Art.
The Place where the Crowds who
Appreciate GOOD GOODS go
G. M.'Ctirlstner,'President. F. VV. thrlslner, Vlce-Presli
E. K. Knouse, Sec.* F. K. Sage, Treas,
A Perennial Peril.
The crinoline of the fifties is
lleved to have been Invented by one
of three Frenchmen—a certain Joseph
Thomas, who died a short time ago in
the T'nlted States; a draper s assist-
ant, who is nameless, or one Helnden
rech, an executioner, who "flourished"
during the Becond empire On what
one might very well call circumstan-
tial evidence, I rather favor the exe-
It Is pointed out that the soft hoop
which now encircles so many smart
skirts might easily develop into some-
thing much more substantial and that
from wearing beehive bonnets Dame
Fashion might easily turn for variety
to beehive petticoats. But I hope the
No Crinoline league of 189S, if It la
etlll In existence, has Its corporate or
secretarial eye on that hoop.—Lady-
Something to Be Proud Of.
"What la Maud so stuck up aboutr
"Don't you knowT She's a friend erf
a friend of the first cousin of Aviator
Conservative Loan & Abstract Co
== Capital $50,000.00 ~
Negotiators"©! Farm and City
Loans-Abstractors ot Title
We are prepared at all times to make
loans on good real estate security. Prompi|
service rendered. Call and see us wher
in need of a loan
UNION SAVINGS BANK
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Harlow, Victor E. The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 131, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 27, 1910, newspaper, December 27, 1910; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104925/m1/4/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.